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Cool Dude August 12, 2015 07:00

Hello friends! Happy Wednesday! It's Lee-Anne here today with another layout using Just Nick Cut Files.  For this week the challenge is to use three or more cut files on a project.  I haven't scrapped a boy layout for a while so I thought I'd scrap one of my youngest son when he was ten years old.

 For this layout, I used four different cut file sets from the Just Nick Shop.  Using my Silhouette Cameo, I cut the Brick Circle on white card stock and backed it with a piece of patterned paper.  For the dimension, I added small foam squares that I cut in half and adhered to the backside of the card stock.  I love the shadows and dimension it gives the background.

 I cut the title "Cool Dude" from the All Boy Cut Files as well as the star inside the circle cut file from the All Boy Cut Files and added them to the layout.

 The words "remember today" were cut from the Word Brushstrokes Cut File and added to the top left hand corner of the layout over the white card stock so it was legible.

 Finally I added the "awesome" word tab from the Word Tab Cut Files and the "smile" .  

I hope you enjoyed my layout and are inspired to use these awesome cut files designed by Nicole Nowosad.  All these and many more cuts files are in the Just Nick Digital Cut Files Store here.

Thanks for stopping by!

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Word week cards July 21, 2015 07:00

Good morning Just Nick friends and fans.  I'm here on day two of our week long word week feature to share some cards I've designed with word files as the focal point. At first glance you might only consider Nicole's word designs simply for use as titles on a scrapbook page.  I was excited to find that many of the designs are versatile enough for cards too. 

I used the 'hello' sentiment from the Word Brushstrokes file to create a simple and eyecatching focal point for my card.  Not only does the cut file serve as my greeting, but also creates added interest to the design since I've turned it into a shaker box.  To create the shaker was simple.  I sized and cut the brushstroke design to fit my card, cut it out of pink cardstock, backed it with a transparency and created a reservoir out of foam adhesive to hold the sequins.  Using the cut file in this way is unexpected and makes for a fun and trendy overall design.

The Scripty Phrases file is one of my very favorites from the Just Nick store.  I knew it would pair just perfectly with this love themed paper from Chickaniddy Crafts.

Since I chose to cut the 'love you' sentiment from a busy patterned paper and back it atop another busy design, I knew I'd need to do something extra to make it stand out.  I cut the design a second time out of white cardstock and adhered it slightly offset of my original diecut, to create a bit of a shadow.

Some foam adhesive and a framing of enamel dots were the perfect finishing touches to make the scripty sentiment the focal point of this card design!

Thanks for joining me on the blog today.  I hope you'll stop back by the rest of the week, to see all the inspiring designs the design team has to share featuring words files from the store.