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 friends and followers, its Michelle S back here today with my second share for this month. Sadly this is also my final layout share as part of the CUT to YOU Design team as its time for me to say farewell for a while. I have loved every minute of being part of this wonderful team, and I thank each and everyone of you for all the love and inspiration you have given and shared along the way. I’m not good with goodbyes so let’s just move on to the layout sharing shall we?
For this layout I chose a NEW cutfile from the June 2020 release – Create Title. A fun large title style design that I had intentions of using for a title, but during the process of creating became a fun rainbow background.
Like most cutfile layouts I create I started by cutting the design out on white cardstock and backed it using a rainbow painted stripe paper from the Happiness Collection by Cocoa Vanilla Studio. I adhered the entire cutfile design to the centre of some More white cardstock using some foam tape for dimension. I added an extra pop of colour around the edges of the layout by matting the white cardstock with the remnants of the rainbow paper used to cut the backing design out on, and sewed around the edges for a little extra texture.
The photo I chose to document is of my crafty space, one of my favourite places in our house and one that I’m very thankful to have. I’m extremely lucky to have a space all to my self and even though its big enough to share, its very rare that I need to.
By using the one pattern paper to back the cutfile I was able to save time by playing around with the design in silhouette studio to remove the centre pieces of each letter, leaving just the outlines. I regrouped them all together and cut the entire piece out On my cameo which is way easier than having to fussy cut each letter or word like I would normally do.
I did however do a little fussy cutting of some florals, cause I just cant help myself. I tucked these elements along with some ephemera pieces into the top of the photo and added some butterflies too.
Lastly I created a title using a cardstock word and some hand writing plus a mini cluster of elements to even out the layout. I also added a sprinkling of gold colour shine to finish it off.
Well friends that’s all from me today. Thank you so much for stopping by to see my last creation for CUT to YOU. Be sure to keep sharing your amazing inspiration within the CTY facebook group as I will still be popping in to see what you’re all creating.
Thanks for all the love, and as always… Until next time, Happy Scrapping! Michelle xx