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Syd At 8 Weeks Old June 08, 2017 07:00

Hello there! All week this week some of the team are working with a June Page Maps sketch and Just Nick cut files. Today I am sharing a puppy layout of my boy Syd. He just turned a year old and I can't believe he has grown so much. I miss the puppy breath, but I don't miss getting up in the middle of the night for the outside potty breaks.

For my layout I used the Outline Alphas cut file for the name "Syd" and backed it with some patterned papers. Backing cut files with patterned papers is one of my favorite techniques.

Here are some more closeups of my pup.

It's always fun to do a pet layout for a change.  Thanks for stopping by and have a great day.

June Page Maps Sketch

Cut Files Used On My Layout 

Outline Alpha


Bubble Blowing Fun | Marcia Dehn-Nix April 20, 2017 07:00

Hello JustNick friends! Marcia here today. I have an awesome layout to share today. This one has a photo of my daughter at 15. She had just learned how to blow bubbles with her bubble gum. Of course, after learning how, she was chewing gum and blowing bubbles all the time. I thought it would be fun to use lots of circles in my design to put the emphasis on the bubbles. I selected the Protozoa Background and selectively backed only a few of the circles.

I used a sheet of acetate to back my cut file. The acetate sheet had lots of colorful circles on it as well. I created my title by mixing the Outline Alpha  and the Script Font digital cut files. I backed the outline alpha letters with a marbled pattern paper that reminded me of bubble gum.

Here is a closer look...

I framed my photo with the Round and Round cut file, adding even more circles to my design.

Here are the cut files I used today ...

Thanks so much for stopping by today. Be sure to check out what's new in the JustNick store.


Gamer | Jaclyn Rench March 25, 2017 07:00

Happy weekend, Just Nick friends! It's Jaclyn here to share a page I made using my very favorite digital file font, Outline Alpha.

This alpha is a necessity in your cut file arsenal, as it is super versatile and can be used in a variety of ways.  One option, is to use the inside or 'negative cuts' of the letters for a thinner, less chunky font title, or you can go for something much more delicate by simply using just the outline of each letter.

I settled on a mix of the two aforementioned styles for my page, and even took it a step further by overlapping my letters and welding it all together into one title piece.  As you'll note, I altered the size and placement of my letters to add more interest.  Once each letter was in place, I used the eraser tool to eliminate the intersecting lines between each letter, before welding.  This step took a little bit of time and some trial and error, but I think the results are definitely worth it!

Mixing up the patterns and colors that back each letter, reinforce the masculine edge to the page.

My title makes such a statement, that I was able to pull together the rest of my page by simply adding some layers, journaling and a trio of embellishment clusters. I love when a page comes together with such ease!  Awesome cut files seem to be the constant factor in that equation for me!

Let us know what Just Nick alpha files are your favorites and/or what type of font designs you like to see in an upcoming release! 

Happy crafty weekend, friends!

Cut files used:

Outline Alpha

 

 


Wildflowers August 03, 2016 09:06 1 Comment

Good morning JustNick fans! It's been a while since I have been on the blog with a regular post! I am here to share a page with you using a couple of my favorite cut files from some newer designs in the store.

I really wanted to use the Delicate Florals cut file and so I started with that, along as a quote I found on Pinterest for my title.

I cut the flowers out of several Dear Lizzy papers and lined them along the bottom of my page in varying sizes.

I also used two of our font files on this page - Script Alpha 2 and Outline Alphas

I love the simplicity of the outline font with the flowy script font!

Cut files used:

 

 

Thanks for stopping by today!