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Hugs and Kisses | Majken Pullin April 25, 2019 07:00 1 Comment

Hello JustNick creators!  Majken here with you today, and we are celebrating spring with flowers.  Today I'm using some new floral cut files in the JustNick store (along with a couple of others).  The new Build a Flower cut files help you easily create layered flowers - super easy with a 6x6 paper pad.  I'm using the Daffodil Days Card kit from Scrapbook & Cards Today Magazine for this layout (which includes Echo Park Paper's Spring Fling 6x6 paper pad), and it sure is springy!

The first thing I cut out for this layout was several flowers in different patterns.  I arranged all three originally in the top right corner with the photos in the bottom left.  But I decided to cut a corner from a 12x12 sheet of the patterned paper and anchor the photos over it.  I still felt another layer was needed so I cut the Screen Background from the green cardstock from the kit.

Here's some close-ups of the flowers - Build a Flower 1 and Build a Flower 4.  Over the cut centers I put some enamel dots.

And then I finished the layout with a title - Hugs & Kisses.

Hugs & Kisses

I hope you are enjoying your spring so far.  Don't forget to share your floral layouts with us!

Thank you for joining me on the blog today!

Majken


Sing | Niki Rowland August 13, 2018 07:00

Hi Just Nick Fans! Niki here today with this layout using the 'Screen Background' cut file that is quite new to the store. When I saw it I immediatly thought it would work brilliantly cut in black and used as an overlay on a patterned paper...and that's exactly what I did!
I used a bright coloured patterned paper from the Shimelle Box of Crayons Collection - the black spots also helped bring the overlay and the patterned paper together. When I placed the Screen Background straight onto the patterned paper it didn't quite look right, so I gutted the middle of the paper, put a white sheet over the frame and then stuck the gutted piece back on - basically this added a layer of white and also gave me somewhere to write my journaling :)
I added my photos at the top in a big cluster and added lots of small embellishments in the squares of the grid. I attempted to embellish using the colour-on-colour method but didn't manage it perfectly but I still like the look!
I loved how this layout turned out, especially as it isn't my usual style of using a white background! The Ed Sheeran concern we were at was edgy and full of colour and that's the feel I hope I've achieved with this layout  - awesome!
Thanks so much for joining me today, I hope you've enjoyed my layout - check out the Screen Background in the store. Happy scrapping xx