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Some People - Bold Title | Majken Pullin March 22, 2019 07:00

Hello JustNick friends!  Majken here with you on the blog today with another layout about friends, which I scrapbooked about earlier this month.  I think one of the least scrapped themes for me (other than about myself) is about my friendships, so I wanted to make sure I am capturing these awesome people in my life when I get the chance.

I used the Some People cut file to create a bold title as well as the Fall Florals cut file. 

Let's take a closer peek!

I started by cutting the Some People cut file out using my Cameo from patterned paper (Dear Lizzy New Day collection) - I decided to go almost the full 12" length.  I aligned it toward the left of my layout, and to give it some additional contrast I trimmed a strip of the striped paper. matted the white cardstock with another patterned paper, and dripped some mists and inks lightly on the white cardstock.

For more texture, I sewed under some of the words in the phrase to emphasize them.

I had two photos to share, so I layered them with the Fall Floral cut files and more patterned paper.

I finished off the photo area with stickers, ephemera, and some journaling.

It's fun to go bold with a title both in size and color!  I hope you get some crafty time this weekend so you can head to the JustNick store to get some new cut files you can use to create your own bold title.

Have a great day!



Some People / Leslie Berner July 19, 2018 07:00

Hello! It's Leslie on the blog today!
I hope you are all doing well and that you are scrapping those beautiful photos!
I was busy scrapping a photo of me and my hubby today.
I had this idea, and in a perfect universe the layout would look perfect and the mixed media would be perfect, and it would be perfect! But we do not live in a perfect world, and my perfect mental layout did not turn into my perfect physical layout. Okay I'm done saying perfect! 
I used the Some People cut file.
I cut the file out of Bazzill Marshmallow paper as I knew I wanted to do a lot of mixed media. I got a set of Distress Oxides and I couldn't wait to use them. 
I tried to create a rainbow effect with the Wild Honey, Twisted Citron, Peacock Feathers and Picked Raspberry Distress Oxides, which I only applied to the to the right hand side of the cut file.  
I needed the cut file to pop off the page more, so I out lined the letters with a fine tipped black pen. I then decided to add some Distress Oxide to the background. I basically just placed the ink pad face down on the paper and swiped it across. It created this really cool textured effect. I added some tiny water splatters on the background and watched as the magic of the Oxide started doing it's thing!
I adhered the cut file to the center of the page and decided to place my photo to the right of the cut file, as my husband and I are facing the camera but turned slightly towards the left, that way we were angled towards the center of the page.
I had no idea what I wanted to do next. I even felt that I wanted to give up on this layout, I didn't have a scrapbook collection in mind that I wanted to use, so I was seriously lacking in the inspiration department. 
Usually when I feel like I'm in a rut, I doodle around the outside of the page, and that gave me the idea to take my ink brush tipped pen and doodle some flowers around the page. The black of the ink added just the right amount of contrast to the colorful and bright rainbow! I also added some Heidi Swapp Black Color Shine.
Here are some close ups...
I hope this inspires you to not give up on your layouts. Remember, trust your creativity, and dive into it.
Here is the Process Video to this layout!
See you soon!!

Some people | Laureen Wagener January 26, 2017 07:00

Hi friends -

it's Laureen back with you and I am excited to share my layout for today.

For my layout I used the "Some people" cut file which I had in my library for ages but never got around to use it - until now.

I used my Silhouette to draw it out for me shifted to the left edge and then began piercing holes - a whole lot of tiny holes. After that I used my watercolor pencils in orange, yellow and a nude to fill in the cut file.

Then I searched for thread in matching colors to go along with the colors.

I wanted to trash this a MILLION times during stitching - all those itty bitty spots and it didn't look like anything I had imagined.

After I finished all the stitching I acutally began liking it - this layout really grew on me. Before I started I already knew I would use a big picture on the right and create some sort of border in the middle to cover up the edge of the picture.

I fuzzy cut a lot of florals from the Felicity Jane Maggie kit and layered them in the middle of my page.

At first I thought I would use other embellishments from the kit as well but nothing really felt right so I didn't use any extra embellishments - but I think because of the large amount of stitching and the big picture no embellishments were needed.


I truly hope you enjoyed todays inspiration and bring out your needle -

have a great day!


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Some people