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Wicked Fun | Marcia Dehn-Nix June 8, 2018 07:00
Hello JustNick Studio friends!
Marcia here today. A year ago, my daughters and I were finally able to see the off-Broadway musical Wicked when it came to Minneapolis. It was so fabulous!! I knew I wanted to use the Marquee Alpha digital cut file for these photos. It made for the perfect title cut from a vivid pink and yellow, just like the theater marquee sign.
I thought I would play up the Marquee Lights by using the Twilight Zone 1 background digital cut file. I love that it looks like light is radiating out from my title and photos.
I combined the Marquee Alpha with the Simple Set Alphabet to complete my title.
Here are the digital cut files I used today...
Thanks for stopping by. Have a fabulous weekend.
Sunday Funday | Jaclyn Rench November 15, 2017 07:00
Hi Just Nick friends! It's Jaclyn joining you on the blog today to share a new sports themed page I've made using a couple of older digital designs from the store. Nicole regularly releases so many new designs - I simply can't keep up! While it's fun to use the latest and greatest, I have to remind myself to search my library for some of those amazing files that haven't yet found a home in my scrapbooks.
You can't go wrong using stars on a sports page, and there is no shortage of star themed designs in the cut shop. I chose the Star Background, ultimately sizing it down substantially, to fit among the grid of 3x4" elements I was building. It makes a nice backdrop for the bold and blue number '3' and really pops against the green patterned paper background. Plus is adds a bit of fun and loads of texture!
To create my title piece, I used the Marquee Alphabet, which is an old favorite of mine. Upon first glance, you may not recognize it because I haven't used it in it's intended form. Rather, I've merely used the outline of each letter, leaving the signature marquee (dotted) design aside for this page. I stacked my title to fit atop of a 3x4" card and once cut out, adhered it with foam adhesive and embellished with stamps and enamel shapes.
I hope this page has inspired you to dig into your library of 'older' Just Nick designs and pair some of them with your next round of photos and stories! It was certainly a fun creative exercise for me, and definitely sparked my interest in a few more designs that will likely be gracing the blog in the near future.
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Captured | Word Cut Files | Michelle Whorwood January 7, 2017 07:00
Michelle here with a new layout to share with you. This week some of the design team have all been sharing layouts featuring 'words'. For my layout I decided I wanted to combine several word cut files and create a wall paper effect down the right handside of my page. I did this by setting out the cut files I wanted to use on my Silhouette template as this gave me the perfect spacing for my page.
I really like using lots of words on my layout to convey the theme or feeling I have about my photo. I first used the Marquee Alpha cut file to create the 'HELLO' and then combined it with the Girl Power cut file. I really liked the mix of fonts and flowers on this set so I ungrouped the file and rearranged it on my page. I then cut it out on wood grain patterned paper and added it to my page in the negative spaces I added some embellishments to my page. I then added my photo to the left of the word wallpaper and added some more embellishments as well.
Some close ups
Thanks for visiting the Just Nick blog today! I hope you have enjoyed my layout showcasing some of the word cut files in the shop - we are super lucky to have so many amazing word cut files to choose from here.
Taking Some Notes September 7, 2015 07:00
Well, it's that time of year again! Back to school! I am a teacher and I absolutely love my job. I feel like the new school year comes at the perfect time - no matter how much I loved a prior class. My classroom is all sparkly clean, all the labels look new and everything is fresh and ready. I thought, since this week is all about back to school projects, I would share something for a teacher or a student - an altered composition book. And, I used the perfect cut files!
Fun, right? And it's super easy to create one of these. This is a standard, hard cover composition book. You can find them at just about every retailer that sells school or office supplies. They usually have a marbled design. I use Mod Podge to adhere the paper on the front and pack. Then, I use a strong adhesive (like my ATG or Glossy Accents) to attach everything else.
For this book, I did the usual patterned paper cover and then, I used one of the background cut files and the marquee alpha to complete the design. It can be a little time consuming putting on the paper, trimming it down to size, etc. but, just look at the final product!
These are such perfect gifts and can be personalized so easily.
I love how the alpha pops on top of the burlap!
Now you have the perfect idea to give to your childs teacher this school year OR maybe surprise your little student with something just for them! And use some fabulous cut files while you're at it.
You can find us at the POOL August 7, 2015 07:00
Happy Friday! It's Jaclyn here today, to round out the last of the summer-y themed projects on the blog this week.
Summer for me and my kiddos means countless hours at the local community pool, so it was an obvious choice for me to scrap some of those memories. I've been eyeing the Marquee Alpha for awhile. Once I saw Nicole's page that she shared on the blog on Monday, I knew I'd need to give it a go!
It was just the pop I needed to draw some serious attention to my title, amongst a page with lots of photos and lots of journaling.
Isn't the detail in this font amazing? Even when it's sized down to just an inch and a quarter high, as I've done for my page title, it still makes a strong impact on the page.
To add even more dimension to these fun title letters I cut one set of each letter from my pattern paper and three additional sets of the title letters from kraft cardstock. Adhering each of the three kraft layers on top of one another and finishing off each letter with the patterned paper version creates lots of dimension. In fact, the letters almost feel and look as if they are chipboard, which in this case, coordinated perfectly with the other chipboard elements on the page.
I know you have lots of summer photos and memories to capture! So, what are you waiting for?! Hop on over to the Just Nick store and show us what you make with them!
New designs in the store NOW! July 18, 2015 09:37
Check out the newest designs loaded into the store today!
And don't forget - you can get this cut file for FREE using the code: lakelife at checkout (offer ends midnight CST on July 31, 2015 - no purchase necessary)