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Summer Cards - Scrapbook Circle Team Up! March 06, 2017 06:00 1 Comment
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To create these cards, I removed the watermelon and camera images from the cut file. Then I created a mirror image of the front of the cards, removed the words, welded them together and added a perforated cut line. Voila, we have cards!
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Selfie Love February 25, 2017 07:00
Hello JustNick Studio friends!
Marcia here today with a fun layout using 3 different cut files from the store. When my daughter was a teenager, she had no selfie control, lol. I decided to create a layout of some (yes just some) of the selfies she took in just one night while at a football game with friends. I combined 2 different cut files to create my title "Selfie Love". Then I decided it would be fun to add a camera too. Here is how my layout turned out...
I cut the camera out of black cardstock and backed it with a bright yellow to coordinate with the emojis. It's from the Summer Cards cut file.
Here are the digital cut files I used today...
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Summer Fun Cards August 31, 2016 07:00
The citrus pieces first caught my eye. They could be used for so many things but my first thought was to use them in accompaniment with a sweet thank you note. I pulled the pretty script 'thank you' sentiment from the Simple Card Sentiments file.
I cut the citrus pieces from patterned paper to mimic a lime, lemon and orange slice. Each one was then backed with a coordinating solid and white cardstock. A few strategically placed sequins finish off the card in an eye-catching manner.
The sunglass icon was another fun design that stood out to me upon first glance. Cutting the eyewear pieces out of bright patterned papers makes for a fun and energetic birthday greeting.
Have you ever explored the cut files Nicole has designed specific to card making? The Card Sentiments 1 file included the word 'happy' which proved to be a fun typographic element amongst the diecut icons and stamped birthday greeting.
The Summer Fun cut file is must have for bright and festive greeting cards and/or for scrapping your favorite summer memories!
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This dude August 20, 2016 07:00
Happy Saturday, Just Nick friends! It's Jaclyn here to share my latest scrapbook page featuring a bevy of Just Nick designs.
For some reason, the sticky summer heat has me digging into to my winter photos. I guess I'm looking to escape the humidity and hot temperatures, even in my craft room!
As I pull out these pictures, I'm naturally digging into Just Nick's holiday and winter themed cut files from last year, to create the perfect pairing. It's been fun to rediscover many of these wintery designs.
The snowflakes cut file has always been a favorite of mine. I love that it includes a combination of basic, graphic designs alongside frilly and intricate snowflakes. I varied the sizes of the flakes and cut them all out from an ombre blue patterned paper. Adorning the centers of the snowflakes with sequins and epoxy dots provides the perfect finishing touch.
I also snuck in the snowflake background along the left edge of the page. I sized it to 12" tall and cut it out of white cardstock. Laying it atop of a white background creates a subtle reinforcement of the page theme, in addition to some added texture.
My page would not be complete without scanning the Just Nick word and alpha cut files for just the right typography and title. I combined the word 'dude' from sk8er and 'this' from summer cards to finish off my page.
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Thanks for stopping by the blog today! I hope this weekend finds you buried in cut files and craftiness.