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Bunny Cuddles March 16, 2016 07:00
Hello JustNick friends!
Marcia here today. I am so happy to be back designing for JustNick Studios! I love the awesome digital cut files Nicole Nowosad designs. Today, I created a Spring layout for you using some Studio Calico Goldy papers. Check it out ...
I really wanted to use this Heart Explosion cut file on a layout. With Easter coming, I chose to scrap this photo of my daughter's pet rabbit and one of our cats. This rabbit was litter boxed trained, so he was allowed to run when we were home. These two loved to cuddle.
I used gold lame crepe paper to create that fringed heart inside the cut out heart.
I went with a BIG title, using the Handcut Letters cut file. Inking the edges of the letters with some matching ink helps them to pop from the white background.
Here are the cut files I used ...
Thanks for stopping by today!
The Nice List January 22, 2016 07:00 1 Comment
Hi there everyone!
It's Tarrah McLean here with you and I am so excited to be here! Today I am sharing my first layout using the amazing Just Nick cut files! I don't know about you but I am playing catch up a little bit with my crafting! Yes I am still scrapbooking Christmas!
I chose to use the Triangle Geo Lace background to carry on the triangle shape design already printed on the patterned paper...I used the Pinkfresh Studio Christmas Wishes collection to create this layout..
I created the word 'Nice' by using the Handcut Letters cut file...I deleted the letters I didn't need, moved the letters together to spell 'Nice' so they overlapped a little and then welded them together in Silhouette Studio.
Thank you so much for joining me on the Just Nick blog today!
As Cute As A Button November 24, 2015 07:00
Hi everyone! It's Lee-Anne here and today I am sharing another layout for Just Nick Digital Cut Files using the Bitty Buttons Cut File, the Handcut Letters Cut File and the word "cherish" from the Gratitude Cut File. I thought it was perfect for the title of the layout because this little guy is definitely as cute as a button. My daughter saw this kid when it was only 20 minutes old. He was named Rudy.
For the title of my page, I used the Handcut Letters and created the words "As Cute As A Button". I then duplicated the title and filled the entire page and then cut it out on white card stock with my Silhouette Cameo. To make the bottom line of words stand out more, I took a water brush and my distress ink and painted around each letter. When the paint was dry, I used a brown piece of paper and backed the letters so that they would stand out more and then went ahead and cut out paper buttons and the word "cherish". Finally I matted my photo.
I hope you are inspired to use the cut files in different ways such as a title on the background paper.
Be sure and check out all the cut file designs in the Just Nick Shop. Thanks for stopping by and happy creating!
Cut Files Used On This Layout:
One Year Later October 20, 2015 07:00
This week we are sharing projects using FOUR cut files! I loved this challenge. I loved going through all the beautiful designs when choosing what would work best for my layout. I also kept in mind that a cut file doesn't have to remain in it's original state. :) You'll see what I mean in a minute. But, first, let me share with you my page:
If you have followed me at all here, it should be no surprise that background cut files are my favorite. I absolutely love using them to showcase lots of color and pattern. It really does help with adding other embellishments because there isn't much else that needs to be done!
I also used a scallop border cut file but, I trimmed it down to fit over and ground the clipboard for my journaling.
I used two different texts. Well, one is text and the other is an alpha set cut file. LOVE the alpha! So fun and unique.
Design wise, I tried something with layering my title over the text 'captured'. It worked! I really like how it turned out and you can still read the words but, not be overwhelmed.
I say, the more cut files the better! Layer them on! Trim and re-purpose! Have fun! Now, go grab some cut files and challenge yourself to using 4! Or 5... or 6...