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Soul Full Of Sunshine Layout | Sophie Delorme August 12, 2020 07:00
Hello everyone !
It's Sophie with you today sharing a layout featuring a beautiful wreath cut file called "Spring Wreath 2"
I started my page with a light blue cardstock as my background, and added to it plenty of ink and white acrylic paint splatters that matched my color scheme.
I cut the cut file with my Silhouette on white cardstock. I backed the delicate flowers with patterned papers from the beautiful Carta Bella Paper "Oh Happy Day " collection.
I adhered the cut file only in a few spots so that some of the leaves and flowers are popping a little bit. I placed two photos of my sweet Sabrina in the center of the wreath and backed them with tissue paper, adhesive foam and patterned papers.
I fussy cut a few flowers out of patterned papers to create a big cluster of flowers on the right lower side of the wreath, and to a smaller extent on the left upper side as well.
My title is a Die cut from the same collection, as well as the label on which I wrote a little note.
This layout came together quickly and beautifully. I find that wreath cut files are always fun and easy to work with ! It dictates your design naturally and all that is left to do is embellishing it as you wish !
Here are a few more close-ups.
I hope you felt inspired by my page and that beautiful cut file today, thank you for passing by !
BEACH BABE | Nathalie DeSousa July 17, 2020 07:00
Nathalie with you today to continue with the Summer Fun theme of the week. We are slowly returning to a new-normal life here in Toronto, but we are still not allowed to travel outside of Canada for recreational purposes. So, we are still dreaming of past summer adventures, and hoping for the ones to come. This prompt me to pull a picture of my niece for this page.
There are so many new cut files in the JustNick shop that it was easy to mix-n-match with older ones in a page.
I wanted to create a texture background that will tell the story of the picture. So, i copied the new "BEACH BABE" cut file a few times, then angle the design, welded the images together, and cut it from white cardstock.
I used the same cut file to cut the inside letters of the image from patterned papers ( Prima's Surfboard collection). To assemble the background, i first glued the white cutout onto the background, then used foam adhesive to attach all the patterned paper letters to the cut out. I used double foam adhesive for the ones next to the pictures, so that they serve as the title of the page.
The background created large impact on the page, so i kept the embellishments to a minimum, and opted to use the BOHO FLORALS Cut file to create a few floral die cuts from shimmer linen paper. A few lines of journal and enamel dots complete the page.
Remember to stop by the JustNick shop to check all the cutfiles that i used for this page. I think you will find lots of new designs and inspiration there.
ALL FLOWERS LAYOUT | Sophie Delorme June 10, 2020 07:00
Hello everyone ! My name is Sophie Delorme and I am more than thrilled to share my very first layout for JustNick with you today !
I created a page featuring my little girl and our dog Fiona enjoying the early days of spring. I used the gorgeous Cut File called "Loopy Circle Background" for my page, that reminded me of little roses.
I started by applying watercolors on thick white cardstock that matched my color scheme as my base for my page.
I fussy cut plenty of flowers from the Jen Hadfield patterned paper called Yellow Roses to embellish ma page.
I hope you felt inspired by my page today, thank you so much for stopping by !
Fly | Vicki Parker May 1, 2020 07:00
Hi everyone, it's Vicki here today with my latest layout which I hope you will find inspiring in some way!
I used an older cut file called Up in the Air, which you can find in store here:
I started by cutting just the top left balloon three times - one big and the other two smaller. I used one of the Paige Evans Bloom Street papers to back all three balloons and then added a little bit of subtle watercolour to each to add a slightly more 'grungy' feel. I also put a very light blue wash over the background cardstock so that it gave the impression of sky.
I also painted the baskets of the balloons in coordinating colours rather than leave them white.
I layered up my photo with some pocket life cards and then used some Bloom Street florals to embellish, together with a PinkFresh layered sticker and some Bramble Fox clouds.
Finally, I added by title using the Vicki Boutin Let's Wander Thickers which I adore and will be sad to run out of! And that's it! I do hope you like it - thank you so much for looking. See you next time!
Love | Vicki Parker April 25, 2020 07:00
Hi everyone, it's Vicki here today with my latest layout using the gorgeous new April releases.
I started by cutting the wreath on some patterned paper from Vicki Boutin's Let's Wander collection and sticking it slightly off centre on a sheet of Heidi Swapp Art Walk paper in a similar greeny/blue shade.
I wanted to do lots of layering around my photo, but leave the wreath pretty much as it was because it's so, so pretty.
I used lots of die cuts and stickers from the Jen Hadfield, Hey Hello collection to layer up the photo and I also added a few enamel dots and paint splatters.
I finished with the title "Love" using some Amy Tangerine Thickers. I was happy with how this came together - it's lovely and subtle and really showcases the cutfile and photo. Thanks for looking!
Spring Floral "K" // Sarah Bargo April 16, 2020 16:54
Hey there paper peeps! Have you seen the darling Spring Outline Alphabet cutfiles?! They are so adorable! I have so many ideas for what I want to do with them! Here's a layout I created using the K, I just enlarged it really big, it's so cute!
I wanted to use it as part of the background, and kinda tuck her cute little picture in there!
I dipped the cutfile in Tim HOltz Spun Sugar Distress Oxide ink mixed with a little water, if you haven't used them you should try them! They are super fun to play with!
I had so much fun tucking flowers and things into the K!
Which letters will you use?!
Thank you so much for stopping by!
Floral Butterfly | Kelly Barron April 13, 2020 07:00
Hello friends! It's Kelly and today I have a TN spread to share using the gorgeous new Floral Butterfly cut file.
After cutting out the cut file I backed the flowers and the butterfly with coordinating papers. Thin pop dots under parts of the cut file help for the file to lay flat against the photo. The butterfly wing does overlap off the page, but it is protected in my album. If it starts to get bent, I have no issue with going back in and trimming it down.
Every now and then I am able to use a project life card as part of my title. I did layer the floral patterned paper underneath to bring continuity from the other side.
The final touches to this spread were stitching around the patterned paper and the tab. I love the subtle detail that stitching provides.
Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today. Be sure and check out the Just Nick shop to see the latest cut files. I am sure that you will find something to get your creative juices flowing. Take care and see you soon!
Bloom // Sarah Bargo March 18, 2020 07:00
Hey paper peeps! Happy Wednesday! I don't know about you but I am super excited for springtime to get here! Spring makes me think of flowers and I looove gardening and flowers so much that I started a garden journal! Come on I'll show you the first spread I have in it :) I used the gorgeous Bloom cut file!
These pages are being put into a vintage garden book, so the pages are about 6x8 inches. I cut the "bloom" word about 7 inches long, then I just put it vertically along the photo. Looks so fancy I love it!
I cut the word out of pink watercolory print paper! Looks so delicate and pretty like a rose :) I found this photo of these gorgeous roses on Pinterest just to showcase them as my favorite flower! I bet they smell like heavennnn..
Maybe someday I'll have my own beautiful roses! Do you keep a garden journal? I can't wait to fill this up with pages and pages of pretty flowers!
You can find this gorgeous cut file here!
Thank you so much for stopping by!
Mixing Cut Files // Sarah Bargo March 6, 2020 18:23
Hey paper peeps! Sarah here with a fun way to use a variety of cut files all at once! Recently I went to Arizona to see my family, and I wanted to scrap my photos asap so I didn't forget anything.. so I created a mini album! And for the first time ever, I made a 4x4 album and it was SO MUCH FUN!! All of the pages were 4x4 so I cut a bunch of different papers and cut files and just went to town and ended up with all of these cute little pages! Come on I'll show you some!
On this one I actually combined 2 cut files! These are the ones I used:
I just cut a folder out of patterned paper and then layered a flower right over the top of it!
I wanted to put the month "February" on a tag as the front cover, so I used the Month Script cut files!
And created this cute little cover tag:
Then I used the adorable flamingo in "Take Me to Paradise" to create this!
He's so cute I just love him!
Then I used these:
to create these!
The folders are the perfect size to use as a full 4x4 page, and the "Summer Cards" are the perfect size to trim a little and lay it over top of a 4x4 page!
A pretty word looks perfect layered directly on top of a photo!
I hope I have inspired you to create something fun this weekend :) I can't wait to finish creating my pages, then I can put them all together and have this chunky little stack of memories!
Thanks so much for stopping by! xoxo
Happy Hoppy | Anna Blades March 4, 2020 07:00
Hello crafty friends!
Welcome to the JustNick Studio blog!
Spring is coming and I couldn't be happier :) I'm in the mood to use bright colors and I see rainbows everywhere.
That's why I created this colorful layout using some of the upcoming cut files:
I used the Spring Florals 2 and the Hoppy Easter cut files to create my page:
You will find them in the store very soon. I especially like the first one, it's so delicate and elegant!
To build my background I used the watercolor markers form Vicki Boutin. All the colors are so bright and pigmented, and they're very easy to use.
I also used distress oxide inks in the same color as the watercolors with a stencil to give more interest to the background.
I cut the Spring Florals 2 cut file from some white textured card stock and placed it in the middle of the page with some 3d foam dots to give it some dimension.
I printed two square photos of my girls and placed them diagonally to one side and another of the cut file.
For my title, I cut the words Hoppy and Happy from white cardstock and then I used the offset feature on Silhouette Studio to create an outline of the words with patterned paper.
I embellished my layout with floral die cuts from the Horizon collection designed by Paige Evans.
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
I hope you like it and don't forget to visit the store!
See you soon!
XOXO // by Sarah Bargo February 27, 2020 07:00
Hey paper peeps Sarah here! I love February because everything is about love and hearts and all those good things! Just because Valentine's Day is over, doesn't mean we can't scrap about our sweethearts, right? Love never goes out of season :) I created a layout in my travelers notebook about my kitty, Salem. I don't have very much scrapped about him so I better get busy!
I used the darling XOXO located in the "Cupids Arrow" cut files!
This was the most simple layout ever, because all I had to do was cut the xoxoxo out of cute paper, then clip it to my page! So adorable!
Sooo… do you ever feel like someone is watching you?...
One day when I was scrappin, I had that feeling and looked over and saw this creepo starin at me lol! He makes me laugh so much, my little sidekick :)
Do you have a little sidekick that watches you craft? You should definitely do a page about it and use this darling cut file!
Thank you so much for stopping by! xoxo
BEAUTIFUL US |Nathalie DeSousa February 14, 2020 07:00
Happy Valentine's Day JustNick Studio friends!
Nathalie with you today with a new layout all about love. My husband and I have been married for 20yrs which means this will be our 20th Valentine's day! So, i wanted to document last year picture using some of the new cut files available at the JustNIck Studio shop!
Who says Valentine's has to be all about red and pink? Well, my choice was to bring a combination of soft and bold colors along with flowers and dynamic design.
To build my cut hear cut out, i used the outline heart from the FLORAL HEART cut file ( i separated the paths, so that i can only use the outside edge of the heart) and added an inside off set to create the small heart frame. I backed the heart with vellum and a paper from the Just A Little Lovely collection from Pinkfresh Stiudio.
I used papers from the new My Favorite Story (Pinkfresh Studio) to create the background for this page. I set the heart on the background so that it sits on a bit of an offset at the center of the page.
I cut two of the bottom floral from the DIVIDED FLORAL Cut file and laid them along the right side of the heart. This created a soft cascade of white floral images along the bold side of the background.
I kept the left side of the heart pretty simple. This time i use BUTTERFLY cut file to create the one that sits next to the title. I cut it from white cardstock, and then use vellum to cut a simple silhouette of the same butterfly so i can layered them together.
I added just a few more embellishments from the collection and then a few lines of journal complete my page. I LOVE how this turned out, simple and bold just like my hunny and I.
Remember to stop by the JUSTNICK Studio blog to check all the cut files used in this page,
HAPPY VALENTINE's DAY everyone!
REMEMBER | Nathalie DeSousa January 29, 2020 07:00
Nathalie with you today bringing you a new layout that is all about spring and new life. My hubby and i are so blessed to be Godparents to my cousin's ( she is like a little sister to me) two daughters. The littlest one just turned one a few days ago, so i used her birthday portrait to create this page using some of the JustNick cut files.
The inspiration for this page was her outfit, so i set to create a background that will make the picture pop.
I used a bit of Vicki Boutin Watercolor markers for the background and created a soft watercolor frame. A bit of gold ink just adds pop of shimmer on the page. Once it dried, I cut a few of the REMEMBER FLORAL cut file images from white cardstock and set them on the background.
To create the title of the page, i used the REMEMBER cut file to cut the word from white cardstock and backed the spaces with a paper from the Dear Lizzy She is Magic collection.
I set the word on the left side of the page on top of the floral die cut pieces. I used a piece of the floral cut out to add an extra accent to the left of the title.
I used the other piece of the die cut to add as a layer behind the picture. All that was left to do was add a few embellishments throughout the page (all from the same collection).
I love how soft and vibrant the page turned out, and i hope it inspires you to document some of your memories. Remember to check the JustNick Studio shop for these and more beautiful cut files.
Cherish | Anna Blades January 22, 2020 07:00 1 Comment
Hi Justnick friends!
Anna here with you today with this snowy layout. The moment I saw the "Snowflake background" cut file I fell in love with it. I wanted to do some mix media, and this cut file was perfect for that.
I used Magicals from Lindy's for my background. Then I covered all the cut file with the iridescent glitter texture paste from Vicki Boutin. You can't see it in the photos, but both (magicals and texture paste) are very shiny.
It really looks like the snowflakes are frozen. The main title is a glitter foam word, so all the page is very sparkly.
I also used the "Snowflakes" cut file, to add more single snowflakes to the layout. I made a little cluster in the upper left corner, with a glitter foam heart to match the title.
The embellishments are from the old collection from Crate Paper, "Snow and Cocoa" . I really enjoyed putting this layout together.
I hope you like it! Don't forget to checkout the new cut files in the shop every week!
See you soon!
GATHER MEMORIES | Nathalie DeSousa January 10, 2020 07:00
Hi there! Happy New Year to you all!
Nathalie with you today to share a new project all about my focus for 2020. Every year i have chosen a word (sort of my OLW) to keep me focused through the year. After lots of thinking and some bible reading, the word "Gather" kept calling my soul. So 2020 is the year for gathering moments, people, memories, adventure and no regrets. To make it visible all i had to do was check some of this week's new JustNick Cut files to create a new layout all about my vision for the year.
I started this page adding a bit of mixed media to the background. I chose colors of distress Oxide inks that will match the colors of the Maggie Holmes Heritage collection, and used a brush to applied them to the background. A bit of water splattering created the bleached effect on the color.
While the background dried, i welded two of the Floral Link Lace cut file images together to form a strip -using my Silhouette software- and sent it to cut from white cardstock.
I chose to glue the die cut strip at an angle on the page, i love the soft movement it adds to the page, and allowed me to easily create my visual triangle with embellishment clusters -all from the collection -.
To create the title of the page, i used the new Script Alpha 2 cut file to weld together the word "gather", and the pulled the word "memories" from the Merry Wishes cut file; these words were cut three times from white cardstock. I glued the die cuts together, then added a light coat of gold watercolor to the top layer.
I love the muted color palette of the page, and how the soft background makes the delicate cut file stand out. The soft shine on the title bring enough color to the page. All in all, I love this page , its softness and message.
Remember to stop by the Just Nick Studio shop to check all the cut files i have used in this page, and i hope this inspires you to make your vision for 2020 visible in your life,
My Goal for 2020 // Sarah Bargo January 9, 2020 07:00
Hey paper peeps! Happy New Year! Do you have any goals for this year? So I fell upon this adorable movie called "Becoming Jane." It's about Jane Austen and I absolutely fell in love! I realized that I had never actually read any of her books, so that is my big goal for 2020! I am going to read all of her books and write about each one in my new "Jane Journal!" Nothing major, just maybe do a cute spread about each one, maybe jot down my favorite quotes and whatnot.. kindof my very own book club :) It's totally going to have an old vintage vibe! So here is my first spread in my travelers notebook "Jane Journal!"
I used 2 different cut files for this one, a darling coffee & tea one called "You Had Me At" and a beautiful "Script Font!" I thought a tea cup would be so cute and fitting, so I framed my photo with it!
I just love the little steamy swirls coming up so cute! I saw this font and thought oh my gosh that just reminds me of a pretty handwriting that Jane might have had, so I cut her name out and scrawled it up the page like she signed it :)
I can already tell that I'm going to have so much fun with this, I haven't done anything "vintagey" in a long time!
I adore reading and getting lost in a good book! I'm so excited I hope I can reach my goal! If you would like to join me in doing this challenge, make sure you tag me so I can see your cute journals! Lets use the hashtag #sbjanejournal so we can share idears!
Thank you so much for stopping by! xoxo
Something to Remember | Vicki Parker December 27, 2019 07:00
Hi everyone, it's Vicki here today sharing my layout using the Fallen Snow cut file available in store here.
I have lots of bauble stickers and acetate pieces from a recent Hip Kit and I wanted to use them up, so I thought this would be the perfect excuse - lots of hanging things! I started by adding some drips of a blue Shimmerz paint down the page and painting the snowflakes lightly in the same colour.
I stuck the cut file to the top of the page and then using foam, I raised the snowflakes before sticking them to add some dimension.
I then pulled out the baubles and added them to the top or from the bottom of the paint drips to look like they were hanging from them.
I also used some acetate snowflakes to add to the theme. My photo was mounted on some blue cardstock and tucked into a snowflake. And that's it, the final layout - I hope it gives you some inspiration for using this cut file on a winter layout. Until next time...
Holiday tags | Anna Blades December 24, 2019 07:00
Hi Justnick friends!!
Anna here with you today! Are you ready for Santa's visit? Today I want to share with you this easy way to embellish your presents with this beautiful "Holiday Tags" cut file in just a few minutes.
You can cut a bunch of tags in a cardstock with your cutting machine and tie them with a pretty ribbon.
I used red, white and green cardstock to match my wrapping paper (And also my Christmas tree ;P) I cut some tags with the details and others only the outline for backing.
I think they look very cute. And just for the record, these are not fake presents!!
I wish you all a magic Christmas Eve and if you have been nice maybe tomorrow you will find presents like these under your Christmas tree!
Snowflakes // Sarah Bargo December 21, 2019 15:30
Hey there paper peeps! Sarah here with a fun little junk journal to share with you using the gorgeous large Snowflakes cut file!
I saw these snowflakes and knew that I wanted to have them sticking out of a mini album immediately lol! They are so pretty!
The cover of the mini is actually a Sugar Paper gift bag I bought at Target, I love stars so much I couldn't wait to use this as a book! It looks super dreamy paired up with these gorgeous snowflakes :)
Tied everything together with some pretty yarn and then tied a tag on just to add some sparkle..
Aren't snowflake just the prettiest things ever?
Thanks so much for stopping by and have a very Merry Christmas!
12 Days of Giveaways, Day 4 | Nathalie DeSousa December 5, 2019 07:00 1 Comment
How fun are those ornaments! I started this page with a bit of mixed media. I used Vicki Boutin art crayons to bring some of the green of the Christmas tree to the page.
12 Days Of Giveaways Day 4 // Sarah Bargo December 4, 2019 07:00 1 Comment
Hey paper peeps! Is it really December eeeekkkk so excited! I love Christmastime so much! I'm especially excited today because it's day 4 of our 12 Days Of Giveaways here at Just Nick Studio, and I get to share with you this fun page I created using the gorgeous Holly 3 Cutfile! I just looovve holly, and this one is just adorable!
This page is going in my Remember December album for this year, I spent the day crafting last weekend so I just had to do a festive page about it!
I wanted the leaves to have an artsy green ombre effect, so I took my Tim Holtz Pine Needles Oxide Ink pad and applied some directly to my craft mat, then sprayed it with water. Then I dipped my Holly leaves in it, and I got this cool watercolor effect with all these other green hues coming thru! Turned out pretty neat!
If you haven't tried adding some paints to your cut files, you definitely should, it's so fun!
Be sure to stop by Just Nick Studio today and grab your free Holly 3 Cut File, offer only valid for today!
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Have an amazing day and thank you so much for stopping by! Happy crafting!
It's a Wonderful Life / Sarah Bargo November 25, 2019 07:00
Hey paper peeps! I have a fun new layout to share with you today using the Snowflakes Background cut file! It is one of my favorite cut files, I just love it!
I struggle sometimes with large layouts, that's why I love using large cut files, they make 12x12 layouts so simple to make!
Just add a few stickers and embellishments and you're all set! These snowflakes have so many darling little details!
This is definitely one I'll keep using time and time again :) What is your favorite type of cut file to use?
Thank you so much for stopping by!
All of These Good Things // Sarah Bargo November 14, 2019 07:00
Hey paper peeps! Sarah here sharing a simple but sweet layout using the Card Sentiments cut file!
I love a big ole pretty title, so you'll see most of my layouts with them lol! I love this Thankful one, I realized the other day that I don't have many layouts of my dear friends and I. Soooo I thought this would be the perfect time to start, because I am so thankful for them! I recently taught a mini album class, and this was us having lunch afterwards. I am so grateful for the friendships that scrapbooking has brought into my life!
I cut the word out of some patterned paper by 1 Canoe 2, and mixed in other goodies from Pink Paislee on the layout. I love the fall season with all of the warm colors! Give me all of the cozy good things ha!
I love using my tiny attacher to attach my cut files to my projects!
Do you document the special friends in your life? It can be tricky finding good and faithful and true friends nowadays, I think it's important that we celebrate them when we do!
Thank you so much for stopping by, so very "thankful" for you!
XOXO | Vicki Parker November 8, 2019 07:00
Hi friends, it's Vicki here today with my latest layout using one of the fabulous cut files in the store.
This one uses the XOXO background cut file which can be found in the store here.
I started by adding some hearts to my layout using some texture paste and then some Lindy's Magicals sprays over those areas to add colour to the white background.
Next, I backed several of the XOs on the cut file with some papers from Jen Hadfield and Dear Lizzy in coordinating colours. The black text on the Jen Hadfield paper set off the black and white photos that I was planning to use.
After backing all of the larger XOs, I adhered the whole cut file to the page.
It was then a case of embellishing with florals fussy cut from the Dear Lizzy She's Magic collection and a few stickers as well as the two photos that I tucked under the cut file.
I hope it gives you some inspiration for using this cut file, thank you so much for looking! Until next month.....
GRATEFUL LOVE | Nathalie DeSousa October 24, 2019 07:00
Nathalie with you today bringing you a project all about those beautiful Fall colors. I love the Fall, and all the new designs that Nicole has been adding to the JustNick store make it so easy to bring our ideas to life.
As soon as i saw the new Geometric Frames 2 cut file, i knew that one of them will be perfect to create a wreath for one of my pages.
I used a bit of Vicki Boutin watercolor markers to add a color to the area where the picture and clusters would be placed.
Once i set the frame on top of the watercolor background, i pulled the new Leaf Cluster 2 and cut a few of the clusters from white cardstock. Some of the clusters were also backed with papers from Paige Evan's Truly Grateful collection.
I weaved the clusters of leaves so that they read as a large cluster on the page. I even added a few extra leaves to bulk the cluster.
I added small embellishments throughout the page so that they pick up the colors of the photo and add small details throughout the page.
I hope this has inspired you to check the new cut files available at the JustNick Studio shop. Remember you can contact me with any questions,
Feels like fall | Anna Blades October 23, 2019 07:00
Anna here with you today! I'm back with a new layout and this week it's fall themed one.
Here in Catalonia there's a beautiful forest called "La Fageda d'en Jordà", which is a magical place during this season. It is impossible to not fall in love with all the pretty colors. We use to go every fall with our daughters for a long walk and collect leaves and acorns.
So when Nicole asked us for a fall project, I knew it had to include a photo of an excursion to "La Fageda".
I used the Geometric Leaves cut file and cut one of them pretty big. Then, I backed it with the "Golden Days" collection from Fancy Pants and raised it up with foam. I also used distress ink in the cut file's border.
For my title I used the Feels like fall cut file. I cut it twice in black and kraft cardstock and put the black one behind the latter, to deepen the title as well as to give it more dimension.
For the background I apllied a coat of clear gesso and I used Vicki Boutin's watercolor markers. Finally, I embellished the layout with some die cuts.
I hope you like it and enjoy this wonderful time of the year!
Thank you so much for stopping by and see you soon!
Fall Photo Shoot | Vicki Parker October 17, 2019 07:00
Hi everyone, it's Vicki with you today to share my latest layout with a fall theme.
I started with the Fall cut file which was new to the store in September and can be found here.
I backed each letter along with the leaves and acorns using papers from Dear Lizzy She's Magic and Jen Hadfield This is Family.
Using some Lindy's Magical powders, I created a mixed media background on which to place the cut file using the packaging technique - I love the shimmer it gives.
I layered my photos to the top of the cut file and then added in some flowers fussy cut from the Dear Lizzy papers along with the remainder of my title using Pinkfresh Studio Just a Little Lovely alpha.
I really hope it gives you some inspiration for using a large word on your layout. Until next month....
Always Remember // Sarah Bargo October 15, 2019 07:00
Hey paper peeps! Sarah here today to show you how I used these beautiful leaf cut files, Leaves 5! When I saw them, I couldn't believe how stunning they were and just loved how pretty and delicate they looked, I knew they'd be perfect for the feeling of my layout!
This is a special memory for me, it's my grandma and I before she passed away from cancer circa 2004-ish... This was our last outing together and it was an amazing beautiful fall day at a Scarecrow Festival!
I wanted the layout to be light and pretty and almost ethereal with just a few fall accents, and these gorgeous leaves were just so perfect!
I did some light watercoloring on them with a Pumpkin colored shimmering paint, I want to hang them all over my house lol!
I also included some hidden jouraling..
I really miss her and I'm so thankful for this photo! We didn't get many photos that day, but I'm so glad we got this one! That's why I love scrapbooking so much, it helps us get things down on paper, and it helps us remember.
Thanks so much for hangin out today! Don't forget to grab these gorgeous leaves and document your favorite fall memory!
Forever Loved | Vicki Parker September 13, 2019 07:00
Grateful / Sarah Bargo September 3, 2019 07:00
Hey there paper peeps! Sarah B. here to show you a cute thing you can do to your large word titles! On my layout I used the Card Sentiments cut files :)
I love using large word titles on my pages, so I'm always looking for ways to spruce them up! One of the ways I love to do this is to add some leaves to the word, kind of making it look like they're coming out of the end of the letter!
Just something fun you can do with all of those little leaf stickers you have hangin out on your sticker sheet :) This is a pic of my cute parents, I am so grateful for them! They have done so much for our family I just felt like dedicating a page to them, love them!
Flags just make everything happy :)
Well thanks so much for stopping by, I hope you get some time to be creative today! Have a beautiful day! xoxo
Wonderful Moments Together | Nathalie DeSousa September 2, 2019 07:00
Nathalie with you today to kick start Word Week. I love large bold titles, so this was an easy assignment for me, specially when i get to work with some of the JustNick Studio designs.
I used the new Pinkfresh Studio Just A Little Lovely collection to back the letters of the Moments cut file. A bit of foam adhesive between the patterned paper and the cut out create dimension on the cut out.
I cut each word separately,and then glued them together before attaching them to the background. Once the title was in place, i added a picture of my kids and littles at the top of page, nestled in the "wonderful" word.
To decorate the page, i used the new Pinkfresh Studio Painted Florals Washi tape and coordinating dies. I clustered the image together to form a visual triangle in the page, then added some phrase stickers and gold ink splatters.
I love how this turned out, and how easy it came together. Mixing and matching word cut files from JustNick Studio will surely yield a one-of-a-kind image for your next project. Make sure you check them all up!
No Rain, No Rainbows | Vicki Parker August 28, 2019 07:00
Hi everyone, it's Vicki here today with my latest layout using the No Rain No Rainbows cut file - I had the perfect photo of my niece with her pink, glittery wellies!
I started by using distress oxides and creating a rainbow across the page and then once dry, I put it through my silhouette to cut the cut file which you can find in store here.
I then covered the background in clear gesso before using some Shimmerz sprays in three shades of blue on the background to represent sky.
To finish the layout off, I embellished with some Vicki Boutin Color Kaleidoscope stickers and two cute Perspextives from Bramble Fox.
It's pretty simple, but I hope it gives you some inspiration on using the cut file - it's such a fantastic one and just begs to be rainbow coloured! Here's one more close up... until next time!
DREAM & REST YOUR WINGS / SARAH BARGO August 16, 2019 07:00
Hey there paper peeps! I have a fun layout to share with you today, using 2 different cut files! Today we're going to use the Butterfly, and the Mirrored Florals! This was just a fun eclectic kind of layout, lots of fun shapes and patterns goin on here :)
As soon as I saw these gorgeous floral borders, I knew what I wanted to do with them! I had this cute Pinkfresh Studio paper with all these tabs down the side, so I cut them apart in a few places and then tucked the flowers in there!
Just something different, I love how it turned out! Then I cut the butterfly wing out and put it underneath my photo, sort of showing a "resting" wing. I'm totally just chillaxin in this photo, but I will tell you that this doesn't usually happen lol! I always feel super guilty when I'm laying around, like I'm running out of time or something it's weird.. So I wanted to make a layout to remind myself that it's ok to rest sometimes, it's good for you!
Grrrr sorry I just noticed the cat hair on my layout hahaha! What can I say, Salem obviously doesn't have an issue with napping on my projects (insert eyeroll here..)
So remember! It's ok to crush those dreams, but also make time to rest your wings :)
Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a beautiful day!
Globe Trotter | Vicki Parker August 13, 2019 07:00
Hi everyone, it's Vicki here today sharing my latest layout with a travel theme.
I had some of the Carta Bella Let's Travel collection and knew it would be perfect for my layout using the fabulous Around the World cut files. I only used two of the tags, the globe and the geo tag, but there is lots of choice here.
I started by enlarging the globe to the full size of a piece of white cardstock and once cut, I chain stitched around the entire shape with blue thread. Now, this did take quite a bit of time, but I really think it was worth it!
I stuck it on an angle onto a piece of PinkFresh Just a Little Lovely paper which has a stunning watercolour effect and really makes the globe pop! With the tags I cut also on PinkFresh paper, I backed the words with white cardstock and outlined them in black fineliner pen.
I also outlined the heart on the geo tag and used the cut out heart on the One Canoe Two Saturday Afternoon camera.
The rest of the layout was put together with chipboard elements from Carta Bella and a perfect acrylic title from Bramble Fox.
Thank you so much for looking - I hope it gives you some inspiration on using the Around the World cut file. I will be back later in the month with a rainbow theme layout. Until next time....
Let Your Light Shine | Nathalie DeSousa July 11, 2019 07:00
Nathalie with you today and so excited to continue for another term as part of the JustNick studio DT and get to work with Nicole's beautiful designs. I was born and raised in Ecuador, but call Toronto home for over half my life. My biggest blessing are my husband, two teenagers and our Boston Terrier baby. My love for paper crafting was grown along with me, and i am so happy i get to share a part of it with you all. Now, let me show you what i have created for today:
It all started with a bit of mixed media, some Vicki Boutin Rose Gold glaze pushed through a Kaisercraft stencil, on one of the new papers from the Indigo and Ivy collection from Pink Paislee.
While the background dried, i used the soon-to-be-released Leafy Florals cut file to cut a few of the images out of white cardstock. These would be used as accents and layers behind the picture and paper layers.
For the title of this page, i chose the Let Your Light Shine cut file. This was cut twice from white cardstock, the cut outs were then attached to each other with a bit of foam adhesive in between, then glued to the background. A few embellishments from the Indigo & Ivy collection were added to the page, as well as a few lines of journal.
I hope this has inspired you to check all the designs at the JustNick studio shop. There are always new designs being added to the store. If you have questions on how this came together, please do not hesitate to contact me!
Blushing Bride July 1, 2019 07:00
Hey there paper peeps! Thank you so much for having me today, Sarah Bargo here and this is my first post as a brand new design team member woohoo! One day I told someone that my Silhouette Cameo had been sitting in it's box for over a year because I was scared of it lol... and she said "ummm Sarah you HAVE to start using cut files, it will change the way you scrap!" Well she was right, it totally has! So you could say that I am so excited to be here today in cut file heaven!
Now that I look back I think I have always been artsy fartsy growing up, but I've been a hard core scrapper since 1999, and haven't looked back since! I live in a small Illinois town, work full time, and have 2 amazing boys that are my whole world! Oh there's also this little furball cat named Salem that just looooves to "organize" my scrap room while I'm sleeping... but I let it slide because he's super cute and wears a tuxedo and mittens..
Life has been kinda tricky for me these past few months, but God has given me a good life and He always carries me through the storm, so I can't complain! ;)
For my first project, I created a shabby layout using the gorgeous Rose Cluster cut file! I love it so much I just thought it was so lovely!
This is my beautiful niece on her wedding day..
I used some pretty watercolor paints on it to add some color, that's one of my favorite techniques to use with cut files! Especially beautiful flowers!
Just a fun girly eclectic page, I love pastels! Look at the beautiful details of this cut file!
Just gorgeous! What is your favorite technique to use while playing with your cut files? Here's the link in case you'd like to play with this one!
Thanks again so much for having me and for stopping in! Have a beautiful day!
Food art - Johanna Valayer June 17, 2019 07:00
Myrtle Beach | Marcia Dehn-Nix June 10, 2019 07:00 1 Comment
Hello JustNick Studios friends!
Marcia here today. I was inspired by some of Nicole's newest cut files to scrap some summer beach photos. While vacationing in Myrtle Beach, I loved getting up before the sun and walking along the beach looking for shells and watching the sunrise.
I love the new Beach Sand Surf title cut files. I backed the Beach one to have some beach sand on the bottom half by adding some torn kraft cardstock.
It was fun to embellish my title with stickers.
The Sunshade Background is a great way to add warmth to your summer layouts with those big sun rays. I did some machine stitching on the rays to add some texture.
Here are the digital cut files I used today ...
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Have a great week.
ALWAYS REMEMBER TODAY | Nathalie DeSousa May 17, 2019 07:00
Nathalie with you today with a new layout fit for our "word" challenge. I love large titles, so this theme fits right up my alley, and with so many cut files available in the JustNick Studio store, this was just a dream to put together.
To start this page, i pulled together the Word 3, Love List and Word 2 cut files to create the title of the page, "ALWAYS REMEMBER THIS". I simply pick a word of each file and weld them together so that they naturally create a space for the picture.
Once the words were welded, they were cut twice from white cardstock and once from a paper from the Pinkfresh Studio's Everyday Musings collection. The white cut outs were glued together, and then the patterned paper cut out was attached to the white ones with a small offset so that it creates the illusion of dimension.
To add color to the background a bit of liquid watercolor (Pinkfresh Studio) was added so that it covered all the area where the word and picture would sit. While the background dried, i pulled the new Butterfly cut file to cut a few outlines and the shapes from white cardstock and patterned paper.
To assemble the page, first the title was glued to the background, and then using a black fineliner the outline was traced - this emphasizes the title-. The butterflies were glued together, and then they were clustered on the layout based on the respective color in the background.
A few stickers and embellishments from the Everyday Musings collection were added around the layout. A few lines of journal and gold ink splatters completes this page.
I hope this inspires you to check all the word files and other designs in the JustNick shop, the choices are infinite when it comes to mixing and matching designs to create a one-of-a-kind cut out for your project.
Sweetheart | Marcia Dehn-Nix February 12, 2019 07:00
Hello JustNick Studio friends!
Marcia here today to share my LOVE layout inspiration with you. There are lots of awesome new cut files in the store and I could not wait to use them ... especially this Candy Heart Background. How cute is that! Perfect for scrapping your Valentine's Day pics. My mixed media background sets those hearts off nicely.
I love creating layers of papers and embellishments on my layouts. I actually used 5 cut files here! Here is a closer look at those fabulous hearts. Can you see the other cut files?
I placed one of the Dainty Doilies behind my photo. Isn't it gorgeous! Doilies are so great for layering! They add a nice feminine touch.
In the lower right hand corner I chose the scripty word 'Sweetheart' from the Love List digital cut file for my layout title. This cut file has lots of title options for your Love layouts. You could even mix and match these words with another cut file to create a totally new title option.
Here are the digital cut files I used today...
Thanks so much for stopping by today. I hope you all have an amazing Valentine's Day.
What I've loved in 2019 - Johanna Valayer January 5, 2019 07:00
Tis The Season - Day 8 | Marcia Dehn-Nix December 8, 2018 00:01 3 Comments
THANKFUL FOR THIS BOND | Nathalie DeSousa November 22, 2018 07:00
Hello and Happy Thanksgiving to all our American Friends!
Nathalie with you today with a new layout that celebrates the sweet and special bond between humans and pets. We love our baby so much, and he loves us just as much that i decided to pull a few of the beautiful JustNick studio cut files to create this new page.
I wanted something soft for the background, so i decided to hand stitch the Heart Strings Background with white thread, and then back the heart spaces with colorful hearts cut from the new Whimsical collection.
The curvature of the lines brings so much movement to the layout; and the space created with the stitching was the perfect spot to add some sentiments using the collection's rub-ons or stamped images -that correspond to respective heart color-.
To create the title of this page, the Gratitude cut file was used to cut the word 'Thankful' from white cardstock. This was propped on some foam adhesive onto the layout's background.
Once the picture was placed on the page, i used a few of the Whimsical collection flower ephemera to create clusters around the page. To bring more of the cool tones to the page (tried at best to tone block the clusters), I had to use the Stems 2 cut file to cut some extra leaves from white cardstock, These were then colored with watercolor so that they take the hues in the hearts.
This page is so full of texture and movement. The color of the hearts bring plenty of color and interest to this page,and i just love how it all works together! Remember to stop by JustNick Studio store to check all these cut files. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Have a blessed day!
Fly High / Leslie Berner August 6, 2018 07:00 1 Comment
Everyday....... by Rachel Lowe July 13, 2018 07:30
Hello Justnick friends!
I am so thrilled to be staying on for another term with Justnick and sharing my creations with you!
So here is my first layout of this term.
As most of you know I LOVE background cut files, they add so much texture and visual impact to a layout and I Love white on white even more!
And this is my chosen cut file.
I re sized the quilted circle background cut file to 10x10 inches. My trick to ensure my white on white cut files stand out, I cut two and glue one on top of the other. It really is worth the extra piece of paper for the over all effect.
I have used Turn the Page collection by Paige Evans. I knew I wanted to create a self motivational layout or 'notes to self' as I call it so firstly I cut some quotes from one of the papers and my layout went from there.
I have only paper pieced five of the squares as to avoid my page becoming too 'busy'.
I matted my cut file on several papers, cutting them larger each piece until my layout was 12x12 inches. I then added machine stitching borders around each paper piece.
I embellished each of the quotes to make a little feature of each.
I matted my photo on a and agin added some machine sewing around the edge. I added a quote sticker under my photo which I attached with foam tape to add more height to my layout. I then attached my main title 'everyday' attaching slightly over my photo.
To finish off my layout I fussy cut some butterflies from one of the papers and then attached to my layout in a circular fashion.
And there you have it one textured and pretty layout! And one I will need to revisit and remind my self of the importance of goals, dreams and never taking this wonderful life for granted!
Thank you for stopping by today and having a look. See you again soon!
Life Is Good | Marcia Dehn-Nix July 3, 2018 07:00
Hello JustNick Studio friends!
Marcia here today and I am so happy to be back designing for JustNick Studios as I am a digital cut file junkie and Nicole's cut files are some of the best out there! Our first assignment for the term is an All About Me project so you can get to know us better. So here is a little about me .... I've been married for 35 years to a wonderful guy. We had 3 children who are all adults now ... the last one is almost done with college. Wahooo! I also have a lot of fur babies as I am a rescue foster failure as well as a stray magnet. Currently in residence we have 2 dogs and 3 cats. I have been playing with paper ever since my best friend dragged me to a crop night almost 20 years ago. I also love to garden, cook, and read. (Actually, I don't read... but listen to audiobooks while I scrapbook.) This way I can keep up with my neighborhood book club. I work full-time as a software engineer designing software for electric utilities.
For my layout, I decided to document my love for my favorite kitty. He is neurotic as all get out but I love him. He is one of my foster failures. I could not let him go when he was well enough to be adopted. I used the Paws To My Heart Background digital cut file.
This cut file has the cutest little pawprints ...
But you can also see all the hearts that go across the page ...
Cutting this background cut file with a pattern paper that was multi-colored adds so much interest too...
You might be able to read my journaling here...
Here is the digital cut file I used today ...
Stop back every day to meet all the other designers. Have a great week!
Adorable Keychains! | Morgan Langley June 26, 2018 07:00
Hey crafty friends! Today I am using the cut files a little bit different and incorporating these wooden beads I found at the Dollar Store to make these adorable keychains or charms or a mini album or scrapbook!
I used the cut files "Spring Doodle Flowers", "Cactus Jack", and some extra hearts from "Hearts 2" that I used in my last mini album project.
I tied a knot at the end of my embroidery floss, strung my beads, decorated my 1 1/2 end circle with the cut files, paper punched holes in the bottom and top of the circle to string it onto the floss, and then tied on the keychain loop or mini binder ring!
You Wonderful Thing - Cathy Martin June 16, 2018 07:00
Hi everyone! It's June, can you believe it? I know some kids are already out of school, but here we still have a little ways to go, but that doesn't mean I can't break out all the fun summer colors for a layout! For this one I decided to use the Love Background file. I cut it from a phrase patterned paper and then backed the hearts with various patterns. I also put some yellow ink on my background to make my cut file pop! I grabbed a ton of different washi tapes and created a border for my layout that helped ground the layout but also give it a ton of pop and pattern! There was already so much going on that I didn't have to do much in the way of embellishing. I love the little metal "love" paper clip tucked into the cut file as well. Just a little extra something to add a fun element! Thanks so much for stopping by, and have an awesome day!
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