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Captured | Word Cut Files | Michelle Whorwood January 07, 2017 07:00

Hi everyone,

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. 


Buddies August 20, 2015 07:00

One of the most important parts of scrapbooking for me is documenting those little moments that often get lost in the big events.  I try really hard to document little day to day things that I know I will otherwise forget.  Today I used a couple of files from JustNick to do just that. This layout is about my two year old and his two favorite stuffed animals.  I also added in subtitles with what he calls them!

I really like how unique the Brick Circle Background is and thought it was perfect for an everyday layout!  I cut it out of my patterned paper and then backed it with a gray cardstock.  But before I backed it I added the yellow heart behind it.  Adding it behind still allowed it to show but doesn't overshadow the cut file.  

I continued my title on top of the cut file then using a variety of stickers.  

The Marquee Alphabet was perfect for my main title that follows the shape of the circle!  I ran these through a Xyron Sticker machine for easy application.  This is a really fun alphabet to work with and so trendy!