Cheeky | Rachel Dutko

Hi everyone! Rachel on the blog today, sharing a fun layout.

Today I am using the Dashed Circle Background cut file.

I cut the cut file from white cardstock with my Silhouette.

I then matted the white background on red, and then blue cardstock.

I added some soft yellow water colour around the page to soften the starkness of the white cardstock.

I just love the impact of this cut file, so I kept the embellishments to a minimum.

The chipboard ‘cheeky’ word and the monkeys were a perfect title for my little man.

I added a small cluster of embellishments and my journaling circle right in the middle of the circle cut file, drawing the eye into the centre of the circle.

I finished off with some black splatters.

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Thanks for looking

Rachel x x

Explore | Rachel Dutko

Hi everyone!

Rachel back on the blog with you today.

Today I have a masculine page to share using the Arrows digital cut file.

I cut the cut file twice from black cardstock using my Silhouette.

I left in some of the black internal arrows, and backed

some other open arrows with pattern papers.

I added some of the thick arrows at the top and bottom of the page.

I also left some arrows open and layered these over my photo.

I added an embellishment cluster, a title word

and some hand written journalling.

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Thanks for looking

Rachel x x

Caught On Camera | Rachel Dutko

Hi everyone! Rachel back with you on the blog today.

Today I have a bright and fun layout to share.

I have used the Caught On Camera Page Builder cut file on my layout today.

I cut the cut file from black card stock using my Silhouette.

I then backed it with some bright, stripy patterned paper.

I added some white card stock and a black stripe as highlights to the camera Cut File before backing with the stripy paper.

Before I stuck the title down I created some more interest in the background using some white modelling paste through a stencil to create some subtle texture, then added some ink splatters in bright rainbow colours.

I added a small cluster of embellishments and some hand-written journaling.

Head over to the shop to check out what’s new!

Thanks for looking

Rachel x x