Hello friends! It’s Shannon up on the blog today bringing you this fun layout featuring the ever so cool “Make Your Move” cutfile. I decided to use this cutfile for a putt putt adventure so I chose to save the chess pieces for another day.
You can see here that I added some heavy stitching around my background as well as used a contrasting patterned paper from the Simple Stories “Safe Travels” collection. I love how the pieces nestled right into the cutfile. There are so many fab new cutfiles in the Cut To You shop!
Hello Everyone, it’s Piroska here today with my latest post for CUT to YOU. Do you like reading? I do. I even have to be careful because if I start to read, I won’t do anything else! ;-P One of my biggest joys is that my 8 years old daughter also loves reading. I still read her bed-time stories, but during the day she also reads some other books on her own. Some of them still have lots of photos, others only alphabets… there is so much to choose from, right? And fortunately she likes it, and enjoys this activity. So I snapped a photo of her, totally in her book, reading on the balcony.
When I saw the September CSI challenges, especially Case File No. 367, I knew I wanted to scrap this memory. I chose a cut file that is not especially for reading, the One Big Adventure cut file from the August Release, but reading is like an adventure, right? We can travel to places, we would never go to, doing things we never would in real life, it is like living thousand lifes.
First I cut the One Big Adventure cut file from white cardstock. I wanted to use a design paper of Alexandra Renke, so I fussy cut the book stacks and the reading girl from that design paper.
Then I chose some patterned papers for the background. The One Big Adventure cut file looked great unbacked, so I only backed the word adventure. I teared the patterned papers and glued them on a white cardstock, then I added foam adhesive to the cut file and glued it on the patterned papers.
Then I added my photo and some fussy cut book stacks to embellish my layout. I added my journalling and was ready. Sometimes less is more – I like this simple layout – I hope you’ll like it too!
Now get over to the CUT to YOU shop and grab some new cut files to get creative with! Remember, it doesn’t have be perfect or complicated, just have fun! 😉
Hey and hello CUT to YOU friends!!! Melinda back again today and no, you are not going crazy!! I do indeed have another layout share using the same cut file which also happens to be my page title!!
Again, I’m using the “Hey Bestie” cut file from the store.
If you don’t remember my last page here it is again and I’m using the “left overs” to create this page!
The insides of my letters were too beautiful to ditch so I immediately cut the title once again using textured white cardstock and used some foam tape to pop up all of the pretty letters.
I wanted this page to look and feel different to my last one so straight away decided I was going to use some different supplies; but still Heidi Swapp goodies. This time from the Storyline Chapters collection. And to not use any mixed media!!
I’ve pulled out another of my newly printed photos with one of my other besties and started layering up the photo, cut file and patterned papers.
For some extra detail and texture I have stitched around my photo and my 3 biggest patterned paper layers, bending up the edges of all the papers.
I ended up with a more vertical design on this page and decided to a) use a tag behind my photo to house my journaling and b) work with 3 main embellishments clusters that follow that vertical line down the page.
I cannot express just how much I ADORE that yellow patterned paper in my background so I made sure to bring that to the foreground of my layout also.
My finishing touch was some little black gems that I scattered on a loose diagonal (but almost vertical) from the top left cluster to the bottom right and added in some white glitter enamel hearts.
As always, I have a process video for you, just hit that play button below and I do hope that you enjoy!!
Here is a quick look at my layouts side by side!
If you didn’t know I’d used the same cut file you’d never know!! I just love that about digital cut files!!
When you are shopping take a look and think “how can I use this cut file multiple times/ways” before you purchase. The best thing is, even if can’t come up with anything right now you can cut and use the file as many times as you like after you own it!!!
I hope you’ve enjoyed my share today. Did you notice that this isn’t the only cut file I’ve used more than once??? I hope you have a fab, scrappy day and I’ll see you back here on the blog later this month! Mel x
Hi Cut to You lovers! Today I wanna show you my very first Cut to You post! I made this layout with this super fun One BIG adventure cut file. It is the perfect cut file to document this great, big adventure I’m starting at Cut to You!
I started off with cutting the entire file out of white cardstock. White cardstock is my to go to when it comes to cut files. I separated the inside of “BIG” so I could cut those letters again, out of design paper. Roughen up the edges to let them stand out a bit more (I use my super duper distress tool: a pair of scissors haha).
I saved the insides of the word “adventure” and colored them with oxides. I wanted to use pink to match the CUTtoYOU logo. Again, the super duper distress tool came in action and I used some foam tape to adhere them and give it some extra dimension.
I love the way it turned out! It’s fun to use the insides of a cut file like this. By coloring with inks or paint you can create your own design paper 🙂 I hope you all got inspired! Check out all the other amazing cut files in the shop! Did you know that for our European fans we have a beautiful Etsy shop?!
Hello Everyone, it’s Piroska here today with my latest layout for CUT to YOU. I am so happy and feel so honored that I have been asked to continue working with CUT to YOU, with these amazing cut files! 🙂 For today’s post I chose the Love You More Title cut file, and was inspired by the iNSD 2021 moodboard of Scrapbook Werkstatt. I really liked the lilac on the moodboard and the colours, so I wanted to show them on my scrapbook layout.
First I cut the Love You More Title Digital Cut File from white cardstock. This time I didn’t want to back it, so I went on making my background. I made a circle on a white cardstock using the packaging technique with a Catherine Pooler ink pad (colour Sweet Sixteen).
Then I fussy cut the circles of a patterned paper from the Watercolor Floral collection of Prima Marketing Inc and I arranged them in a circle. I glued down the cut file and placed my photo.
I cut little flowers from some patterned papers of the Watercolor Floral collection with a WRMK flower punch, to create the lilacs. I glued them inside of the cut file. I really like the special effect it gives to the cut file.
I’m up on the blog today sharing my latest layout using the ‘Hey Bestie’ Title Cut File that is new to the the shop.
I started this page by cutting the file nice and large from white card stock, and then backed the file with some patterned paper in the blues, purples and teals. I have used different papers behind each of the letters, but by staying in the same colour family have kept it cohesive.
I added some acrylic paints to my background in the area behind the file, and popped it up on some foam. This was a great way to keep it a feature and seperate it from the background.
I tucked my photo in beside the title and clustered my florals around the photo and title.
You can see in the below photo that I have damaged my file a little bit below the heart… I have been using a new glue and I think it’s too wet, so time for a new glue I think! I don’t mind too much about the wonky bits on the file, but I do know it would bother some peeps.
Thanks so much for stopping by today, make sure you pop over to the shop and check out the new releases!
Hey and hello CUT to YOU family, Melinda here with you to share my latest creation using another beautiful “Gwen” cutfile!!
I’m using the super fun and versatile “Hey Bestie” cut file available here in the store for today’s page.
I recently took advantage of a photo printing special and have a stack of newly printed photos that I couldn’t wait to start scrapping with. Since I recently created a layout with an OLD photo of myself and my bestie I wanted to create a much newer one and thought I would incorporate the cut file with our mutual fave colour, pink!!
For something different I cut my file from some pink pattern paper from the “Classic Heidi Bundle” I picked up recently. I’ve used the paper that is about 2/3 light pink and 1/3 darker pink and love how the cut file has the ombré look to it!!
Side note, the internal letters were SOOOO PRETTY I couldn’t NOT use them so here’s a sneak peek of something coming next month 😉
On with this page!! I backed my cut file with washi tape!!! So fun! I just rolled some tape onto smooth white cardstock, traced my cutfile and then cut out my letters!!
I decided to create my own “die cut ephemera” using a layering stamp set, pink and green/teal inks and matching dies and just love how they turned out!
With lots of layers of pink around and behind my photo I created a mixed media background using BLACK!!! And I just adore how this works! It really makes all the things POP!
I, of course, have a process video for you to see this page come together and I do hope that you enjoy!!
Remember, this month is birthday month for CUT to YOU so make sure you are signed up to all of the things in all of the places so you don’t miss any of the fun celebrations! And Gwen has even put together a bundle of cut files in the store for all of your birthday page needs, with a discount too 😉
I hope you have enjoyed my share today (and my little sneaky peek!!) and I can’t wait to share my next creation with you!! Have a fab scrappy day!! Mel x
It is Ali here with you today sharing a fun layout dedicated to our wonderful hobby, Scrapbooking. Gwen has created a few cut files dedicated to our hobby. I fell in love with the Create Title cut file and just had a blast making this layout. I wanted something special to document the layouts I had published in the Scrapbooking & Cards Today magazine and this cut file was perfect to document this dream come true.
I was so excited to use the new craft line from Doodlebug Design and backed each word with a different patterned paper. I knew I wanted to have some fun with those cute hearts and decided to make them into shakers. I put a layer of acetate on the back of the hearts and used three layers of foam tape to outline each heart. I then filled the hearts with different colored bling from PinkFresh studios and sealed it with another heart that I cut out of vellum.
I used more foam tape on the back of the cut file to give it some dimension and added it to the white cardstock. I embellished with a few heart flairs from Scrappin Happy Studio on top of the hearts on the cut file. I have so much love for our hobby and I hope it shows with this layout!
I taped the white piece onto a rainbow sheet and then decorated the rest of the layout with some Doodle Pops.
I hope you enjoy this layout as much as I do. Happy Creating!
Hello Everyone, it’s Piroska here today with my latest layout for CUT to YOU. It’s hot summer here in Hungary, best time to scrap summer photos. I chose a photo from last summer, when we spent most of the time at Lake Balaton and had much fun on the inflatable flamingo float. I have won it on Instagram and couldn’t wait to try it! We all loved it, it was big enough for an adult too, so we brought it each day to the beach.
First I cut the Vacay Mode cut file from white precision cardstock. I wanted to make a bright and colorful layout, so I backed the cut file with different patterned papers of the Sunkissed collection of Simple Stories.
Then I started to make the background, I used some Catherine Pooler ink pads (colours: Hot Tub, Pink Champagne, Limoncello) and created a watercoloured backround.
I matted my photos and cut out two tags from the tag paper of the Sunkissed collection of Simple Stories. I glued the cut file with foam adhesive on the watercoloured background, and arraneged the photos and the two tags.
I started to embellish my layout with stickers, foam sickers, cut outs and phrase stickers.
I also added some brads, hearts and sequins to decorate the layout.
Finally, I added my journalling. I really how much summer-feeling this layout has! I am sure, I won’t put it away in an album soon, but leave it on a shelf to enjoy and remember this great memory!