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So happy together | Laureen Wagener February 11, 2017 07:00
Welcome back to a new post and new inspiration for "Love" week. Now, this week wasn't a week to design for me - I don't have a loved one and also am not loving the Valentines Collections with all the hearts and pinks and love themed phrases.
Because of that, I though I'd bring you some inspiration for a "love" themed page without being to themey or valentines related, if that makes sense. Plus I didn't use a Valentines collection - I used the new Chasing Dreams collection by Crate Paper and Maggie Holmes.
I asked my best friend to send me a picture of her together with her boyfriend and their two cats - they are a couple since 7 years this summer and I thought I would just create a page for her to hang in their appartement.
The new Henna Heart cut file is the most beautiful cut file ever! I knew I had to use it and so I started by backing the flower bits and leaves from the file with a patterned paper and later adhered the entire heart onto some vellum.
At first I thought I would use it as is but then decided to place a patterned paper with black tiny hearts on it behind the vellum for a softened look.
I embellished around my picture and the title and then create two mini clusters. That way my page isn't overloaded with too many embellishments and the cut files still stands out beautifully.
I hope I could inspire you with a "couple in love" themed page without using a colection specifially designed for that purpose. The Chasing Dreams collections still has some beautiful elements like hearts and soft colors to use for a love themed page!
Have a great weekend,
Cut file used:
Hugs | Tarrah McLean February 06, 2017 07:00
I used the cute Pink Paislee 'Pen Pals' collection to create this layout, one of my favourite things to do is to back cut files with all different patterned papers, this range was ideal to do this!
The cut file that I used on this layout is the Cross My Heart Background cut file found in the Just Nick store. I cut it from white cardstock and backed different patterned papers behind it. Once I had all the papers backed, I used some foam/3D tape to adhere the cut file to the background paper. I really like the dimension and shadow effect it gives to my page.
I scrapped a photo from last year of my 2 handsome sons! They are mostly best friends! As an added effect, I used some foam Thickers for my title and to embellish further!
One of the Pen Pals chipboard frames was a perfect addition to frame my photo and draw the eye in! Puffy stickers and chipboard stickers are great embellishments to enhance layouts.
Grateful November 22, 2016 07:00
Hello JustNick Studio friends!
This week, with Thanksgiving looming for us in the States, we are focusing on things to be thankful for. Of course I am grateful for my parents who just celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary! Whenever I asked them for help in the past, they were there for me; babysitting, dog sitting, you name it. But this past summer, those tables were turned. My Dad needed emergency surgery and for weeks following could not do his own yard work. He needed help! Thankfully it was only a couple weeks and my siblings and I are close enough that we could all help. So this November, I am extremely grateful that my Mom and Dad are still around for me to enjoy.
I used the Infinity Hearts digital cut file to frame the photo of my parents. Then I added the heart border from the Hearts digital cut file on the right side under the so very blessed project life card. My title "Grateful" came from the new Many Thanks digital cut file.
Here are the digital cut files I used today:
Thanks so much for stopping by today! For those in the States, Happy Thanksgiving!!
I love you the mostest February 11, 2016 07:00
Hello everyone! I must admit, I haven't scrapped with this much pink in a long time. LOL. I wanted to create a "love" themed layout since Valentines Day is right around the corner. I love how the Mini Heart cut file really makes this layout pop. These little hearts cut smoothly too. I had no problems at all!
I used the Limited Edition XOXO Kit by Clique Kits for this layout. I also purchased the Crate Paper-Hello Love Epoxy stickers as an add-on.
You + Me February 10, 2016 07:00
Hi there. Heather is here today to talk about expressing your love through a scrapbook page. Love is most definitely in the air this week and I'm here to show you how I used hearts to repeat a pattern and make a fun background for my layout.
For today's layout, I used this new Patterned Hearts cut file. I opened up my Silhouette Studio and placed all 4 hearts from the collection across the page as well as down the page and made them so that they would line up evenly and fill up the page. Doing this in the software helps ensure everything will fit on the page and also gives me an idea of what it will look like. Then I cut them all out and saved all the hearts as well as the cardstock I cut them out of.
I decided to only use 3 of the heart designs and leave the 4th space blank to incorporate coordinating papers and my photo. I backed the 3 designs with 4 different types of papers and set them aside. Next, I stitched the negative sheet of cardstock to a black and white pattern paper so that the pattern paper would peek out from under some of the hearts. I stitched around each of the hearts, leaving 3 of them blank. I in turn added the coordinating pattern papers to the back using foam adhesive.
Lastly, I stitched some hearts down the middle and attached other hearts on top using the adhesive dots. I like the varied dimension of having some popped behind, others popped above and the way the others that are stitched lift up on the sides. I finished the page by adding embellishments, some gold mist splatters and a little bit of watercolors.
Hello everyone! Donna here to share another page using one of the newest cut files from Just Nick.
I used this new heart cut files "Patterned Hearts" released a few days ago,
My machine had a little bit of glitch when cutting these files. I used 6x6 papers instead of 1 whole 12x12 paper. Somehow only half of the 6x6 paper were really cut through and left slight cuts to the right side of the paper. Instead of wasting the papers, I still used them here. (After several restarting of machine and software it finally cut properly). The hearts were re-sized before cutting them.
I cut the hearts in half and placed them to the left and right edges
By now, you would notice my love for layers and messy threads.. and messy backgrounds. I can't seem to leave them clean lol! I also scattered sequins randomly
here are some more detailed shots
I used "Hot Mess" February kit by Clique Kits
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Love, Love, Love All You Need Is Love February 08, 2016 07:00
Hello friends! It's Lee-Anne here and today I am sharing with you a love themed layout of my oldest son and daughter in law on their trip to Europe.
I love working with vellum and I had some red heart embossed vellum in my stash that I thought would work perfectly for this layout and Just Nick Cut Files.
I cut out the Hearts, Infinity Hearts Frames and Lots of Love cut files on my Silhouette Cameo. To adhere the vellum, I machine stitched the cut designs in place so there was no adhesive showing through onto the right side.
I hope you are inspired to use vellum on your projects with Just Nick cut files. Check out all the designs, including the designs I used on this layout in the Just Nick shop here.
Thanks for stopping by! Happy creating!
Cut Files Used: