Hey everyone, Michelle here today with a new layout to share using the Christmas Joy cut file.
I was so happy to work with this cut file, I literally had the perfect photo to use! I backed the large Joy words with some pretty pattern papers. I only did the larger words to keep it cleaner.
I then added some embellishments in the empty spaces and around the cut file.
I finished by matting my photo and adding a few word strips.
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Be sure to pop by the blog tomorrow for more Christmas Scrapbooking Ideas.
Hey everyone, Michelle here today with a new layout to share using the Triangle Stacked Background file and the Indigo & Ivy collection from Pink Paislee.
There’s just something I really like about geometric shapes on a layout. I’m not quite sure what it is but they seem so easy to create with! I backed the triangles with pattern paper and ran a row of stitching on them. I used the same paper for each row so it didn’t become too busy.
I kept the embellishments simple on this layout because I didn’t want to hide too much of that beautiful background. My photo, title and a few pieces of ephemera and chipboard was all it needed!.
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Hey everyone, Michelle here today sharing a new layout using a Kit To You file and the Bloom Street collection from Pink Paislee/Paige Evans. This fun geometric design is perfect for boy layouts, but somehow I ended up doing a very girly layout!
I used the negative pieces of the cut file to create a background for my layout. After I added all the pieces, I stitched the layout with my sewing machine. It created a real fun effect.
With a beautiful background like this there’s no need for a lot of embellishment. Just a few simple pieces and I was done!
Hey everyone, Michelle here today with a new layout to share with a Kit To You cut file. When I cut out this file, I had planned on doing a boy layout but it was so pretty with these papers my whole planned changed within minutes!
This was such a simple way to use a cut file. I just used the pattern paper as is and glued it to the back. I usually would have cut out every piece with different papers but I really like how the striped paper looked.
This cut file is very versatile. It could be used for any type of layout. I’m going to use it again for a Christmas layout!
This was a quick and easy way to use a cut file. I then just needed to add some embellishments!