Hello CUT to YOU friends!!!
Today I am using the Colour Wheel cut file. When I saw this it looked like a bullseye to me and I knew that it would be perfect to document my daughter’s 13th birthday when we went ax throwing (super fun BTW). I contemplated what colour to cut the cut file in. My first though was a woodgrain, but ultimately decided to go with a woodgrain background and black cardstock cut file.
My next big decision was how to back my cut file. My background paper was already very busy I opted to do some colour on colour sequin shaker pockets! To make my shaker pockets I adhere acetate to the cut file, apply strips of fun foam to the back, fill pocket with sequins, and glue to background paper.
I matte my photo with some pattern paper and finish the layout with some pieces of ephemera and wood veneer hearts.
Head over to YouTube to see the process.
Remember to wear your crown!