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High School Smile August 23, 2017 07:00
It is Nathalie back today with a new layout to share with you. Can you believe it is time to get the kids ready to go back to school -here in Canada-? With that in mind, i had to document the picture of my kids on their first day of high school (gr. 9 & 11 respectively).
The idea for this page was to recreate a large file, for that i trimmed the white cardstock to fit inside the layout, and used the File Folders cut file to create a large tab that hides under the layout's mat.
I glued the tab to the page's mat, followed by the trimmed cardstock. Then a bit of mixed media was used to create the background behind the picture and title (I wanted to be authentic to my kids's folders at the end of the year, so a bit of distress fits them to a tee!).
I am a sucker for large titles, so i created the one featured in this page by welding the letters from the Shattered Alpha cut file (spelling High School) with the "Smile" from the Word 4 cut file. Then used papers from Bella Blvd, to back the spaces, and attached it on top of the mixed media background using some foam tape.
Finally to complete the page, I added the b/w version of the picture to the side of the title. The Word Tab cut file was handy to create the small tab that was added to the cluster on the pictures. A few more small details complete the page.
I love the final look of the page! I hope this inspires you to document those 1st day of school smiles using some of the JustNick Studio cut files. As for me, I will be doing a small happy dance once they leave for school, followed by a few tears of sadness as they are leaving me!.
You can always contact me if you have any questions on how this page came together.
See you all soon!
I always want to remember... November 13, 2015 07:00
Good Friday morning! It's Jaclyn joining you on the blog today.
Has our theme this week got you walking down memory lane? It has me! I've been digging through pictures of my kiddos from 3-4 years back and knew they would be the perfect subject to scrap for the 'Remember' theme.
Once my pictures were selected, I moved onto the title portion of my page. I'm often lacking in the creativity department when it comes to page titles, so as I usually do, I went for the obvious choice on this page. Lucky for me, Nicole's got several cut files that include the word remember. I chose the version from Word Tabs because I loved that the tabbed portion below the word, gave me place to add my subtitle.
That wasn't the only cut file I used on my page either. The plus signs that were present in one of my chosen patterned papers, reminded me of the number of positives cut files in the store that I've been wanting to use. I used the negative cuts from the Postive 3 Background file to accent my page and subtly fill in some of the white space areas.
I love how the plus signs look with a messy strand of stitching through their centers. Cutting them out of a similar toned paper as the background gives them a more subtle appearance.
Thanks so much for joining me on the blog today! Make sure you stop back by tomorrow, as Nicole reveals the next new batch of cut files to go live in the store. You're going to love them!
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.
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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