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Christmas Kitty January 23, 2017 07:00
Hello Just Nick fans! It's Lee-Anne here today on the blog and I wanted to share a layout of my kitty Sheldon relaxing under the Christmas tree. This is his safe place when he wants to get away from my puppy Syd because I have a gate so that the puppy can't go in the living room.
I chose the Nordic 3 Background and cut it out on a 12 X 12 piece of white card stock and then cut away the middle section. On the blue plaid paper, I added a large photo and added the white card stock on top and machine stitched around the edge of the layout.
For the title, I cut out the Lower Outline Alphas on some green plaid paper and outlined them with a black felt tip pen to make them stand out more.
Finally I embellished with some flair buttons, some ephemera pieces, some felt bows and enamel dots and voila!
I absolutely love the texture that the Nordic 3 Background gives the layout.
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Meet our August Guest Designer + a freebie! August 12, 2016 07:00
We are super excited to have Tracy Banks aka MercyTiara as our guest on the blog today!
Hi there, I’m Tracy Banks, known on YouTube as Mercy Tiara. I’m a scrappy YouTuber who makes scrapbooking process videos when I’m not being a clinical psychologist, or taking care of my 2 school-aged daughters. I’m also on the design team at the Scraptastic Kit Club, and I’m Video Contributing Editor for Scrapbook and Cards Today Magazine.
We asked Tracy to shop the store and choose some designs to use in her projects for today and here is her first project!
For this layout I used the Lower Case Outline Alpha to spell out my title: Oh Canada! I had to split up the letters, by selecting “release the compound path” and then selecting all the parts of each letter in my title, and hitting the “group” button to make them into individual letters. If that sounds complicated, trust me, if I can do it, anyone can do it! It’s no secret that I’m easily confused by my Silhouette! Once I had all my individual letters ready. I just dragged them onto my cutting space, copied and pasted the necessary a’s and sent it to cut.
Check out this pretty second page that Tracy made with our Doodle Flower Background: