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Sisters | Jaclyn Rench June 07, 2018 07:00

Hi Just Nick friends!  It's Jaclyn here to share a new scrapbook page I've made using the In Bloom cut design.

I selected this design in particular, as I knew it would make a fun graphic pop against the painterly lines of my background patterned paper.  With a colorful, and somewhat busy backdrop, I quickly decided that the cut file should be cut from black cardstock.  Doing so, ensures that the designs are not lost amongst the layers and colors of the page, as well as reinforcing the triangular placement of elements.


I cut two of the single floral designs, one slightly bigger than the other.  The biggest of the two florals is tucked along the left side of my photo and accented with a chipboard flower underneath.  The open spaces left in the petals and leaves, allow for a peek at the layered elements below.

The smaller of the two single florals is nestled along the right bottom corner of my photo.  It's placement helps accent the page title.

The duo of florals sits along the upper right edge of the page.  Again, it is accented with chipboard flowers, but this time they sit on top of the cut design.  A couple of fussy cut butterflies add even more texture and interest to this section of the page.

Cut file used: 

In Bloom

I hope this layout inspires you to use your Just Nick designs to make a statement on your next scrapbook layout!

Thanks so much for joining me on the blog today!

Cheers | Zsoka Marko May 07, 2018 07:00

Hi there friends,

Zsoka here with you today! I hope your iNSD weekend was awesome and you got a lot of crafty time in!

I'm back today with a new layout for Just Nick! This week we are celebrating mothers so I picked a photo of my mom (and sister). I've used the beautiful In Bloom cut file and the Maggie Holmes Flourish collection.

I cut several flowers in various sizes from white textured card stock. I then backed them with patterned papers, some of the leaves I just left as they were. I layered some tissue paper behind my photo and glued it down on my background paper.

I arranged the flowers in a circle to create a wreath, which is probably my most favorite design concept. I adhered these to the background. For some of them I used foam adhesive in order to create a more dimensional look.

I placed my title on the photo and glued it down. Then I scattered a few embellishments around the wreath: stickers, die cut butterflies and buttons. I also wrote my journaling on one of the flowers. 

That's it guys! 

I hope you like how it turned out!

Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful week!



Two cards using sketch pens | Maryám Pérez February 24, 2018 07:00

Hello Friends! Maryám here with you to share two new cards using the beautiful In Bloom Cut File from the Justnick Shop.

For today's cards, I used the sketch pens from Silhouette. Instead of cutting the files, the machine drew the outlines of the cut files. After that, I colored the inside lines of the flowers using the same sketch pens.

For the first card, I used a gold sketch pen. Since I wanted to keep the cards pretty simple I added just a few things as embellishments.

For the second card, I did the same but this time I used a black sketch pen. I wanted to do something special for this card so I took my color pencils and I colored the flower.

That's it for today! I hope you liked these cards. I really like how they look. 
If you have any questions, just let me know. I would love to help you.
Have a wonderful day!

Snapchat fun | Laureen Wagener August 28, 2017 07:00

Hi friends -

how are you doing? Did you create any fun cut file heavy projects this month?
I have one last project for August for you - time flies like crazy, right?!

When I doubt, make a wreath - you probably heard that before. And it is for sure true!
Sometimes I get overwhelmed with all the cut files I have, and then I don't really know what to do and create for my project, when I don't have a specific assignment - Nicole please give me all the assignments for the future - yes? :D

I basically scrolled through my files for over an hour and couldn't decided on what to create and I ended up with the gorgoeus florals from "In bloom" and just created a baby wreath.

I cut them out of patterned paper from the Carousel collection and backed that with vellum and then simply stitched it down with my sewing machine - easy as that! Only took over an hour *sarcasmoff*

Embellishing with the Crate Paper Carousel embellishments is pretty easy - everything matches perfectly and looks stunning! Such a fun collection to work with!

That's it - onto the next time!

Happy crafting -

xo, Laureen
Cut file used:
In Bloom