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FALL LOVE | Nathalie DeSousa September 24, 2018 07:00
Happy Fall everyone! Nathalie with you today with a new layout for Fall week. Can you tell I love Fall?! I am so excited to pull out my sweaters, drink all the PSL i can find, but mostly to go out and enjoy all the colorful nature. So, i poured some of my love of the season into this new layout that uses a few of the Just Nick Studio cut files and a bit of mixed media.
To cut the solid maple leaves for this page, i used only the outline of the Leaf it To Me cut file ( I released the path of the image on my Silhouette software, and then just highlighted the outline to be cut).
Once all the leaves were cut out, i pulled my Pinkfresh liquid watercolors to add a very saturated amount to all of them, and set them aside to dry completely; this helped to create the natural curvature in the leaves.
While the leaves dried, I used some of the watercolors to create my background, and then trimmed the cardstock and glued it to a paper from Pinkfresh Studio.
Once all the leaves were dried, i used a white and black fine gel liners to detail the vines in the leaves, and then used foam adhesive to attach them to the background. Just a few embellishments were needed to complete this page after all those colorful leaves.
I love how this turned out!, and all it took was a sheet of white cardstock, some of the beautiful Just Nick Studio and PinkFresh Studio watercolors and goodies.
Remember to stop by the JustNick Studio store to check all the cut files used in this page and the new designs being added each week. As always you can contact me if you have questions on how this was put together.
Autumn Beauty September 26, 2016 07:00
Hello JustNick Studio friends! Marcia back today with an Autumn layout using some of the newest JustNick digital cut files. There are so many fabulous files to choose from for your Fall photos. I absolutely adore all the new circle frames. Today I am using the Autumn Ring , Leaves, and Leaf It To Me. They were perfect to showcase this senior photo of my niece.
I went a little crazy with the mixed media on this one, lol. I wanted to extend the colors from the photo onto the layout, mixing in some paper leaves around that beautiful frame. Here are some close-ups...
Here are those cut files I used ...
If you are interested in seeing my process video you can check it out on my Youtube channel .
Thanks so much for stopping by today. Be sure to check out all the awesome new cut files in the JustNick Studio store.
Autumn came September 10, 2016 07:00
Hi cut file fans -
it's Laureen here with you today and I have a fall layout.
I don't mind it still being 30 degrees here in Germany - that won't stop me starting the crafting for my favorite season - fall! You better prepare yourself for tons of fall layouts, cards and other projects coming your way from my posts for Just Nick.
As you probably already know, us girls were challenged to use at least 3 cut files for out page this week. I managed to use not only 3 but 7 different files. But to be fair - I combined most of them into my selfmade title! I loved the look of the title I made for my Lucky Stars layout - which you can find HERE - and decided to make a title again.
Here is the page I made.
I searched Pinterest for fall quotes and found this one I really liked - Autumn comes with wind & gold - perfect match for my picture of gold fall leaves.
I used two Alphabets to build my title - Simple Set Alphabet and Script Alpha 2 - and started my building my quote. After that was done it was missing some bits and so I pulled one leaf from Leaves 2, the solid stem from Stems and the outline of one leaf from Leaf it to me and added those into the mix. Just weld it all together and you are good to go.
For this layout the new fall collection Warm and Cozy from Jen Hedfield and Pebbles is perfect! I cut my title out of one of the woodgrain papers and Autumn Ring from a different white woodgrain paper.
Autumn Ring may be one of my new favorite cut files for fall themed layouts - I used a patterned paper behind it and to soften the look of it, added a sheet of vellum on top.
I also cut a few extra stems from Stems and Stems 2 as accents and added those around my page - and easy as that my cut file work was done!
Here are a few close-up shots:
Thank you so much for checking out the layout - I truly hope you like it!
Onto the next time -
Cut files used:
I'll love you today, forever & always November 26, 2015 07:00
Hello Just Nick friends, it's Jaclyn joining you on the blog today.
I'm sure I don't need to remind you that each and every week Nicole is releasing four brand new cut files to the shop! And each time she does, I have a new favorite that I can't wait to use. The Today Forever Always file has been on my 'must use' list since the moment I spotted it. It didn't take long for me to locate a picture of my kids that would pair just perfectly with this file, and make for a fun and eye catching page.
That tile makes a statement, doesn't it? Since it's rather bold, layering it next to and on top of my photo, ties the two parts together and directs the viewers eye to the main elements on the page.
The open spaces in the letters on this file could certainly be left open for a fun and delicate title effect. To me, however, those empty spaces were begging to be filled with an array of pretty patterns and colors. I reached for my stack of 6x6 patterned paper pads and selected a myriad of designs to compliment my photo. This resulted in an eclectic patchwork style title, that still remains very legible due to the outline and block style lettering.
As is typical for me, I couldn't stop at using just one cut file design on my page. I cut various sizes and styles of leaves from Leaf it to me and Sweater Weather to add some texture and to round out my design.
I chose to cut my leaves from neutral papers. Doing so, ensures that they don't compete with the main elements of my page, and instead work to compliment and enhance the theme.
We'd love to see what you are doing with each new release! Link us up on Facebook and/or make sure to tag your designs #justnickstudio when sharing on Instagram. Happy creating!