I’m back on deck today to share another layout with you featuring one of our fab Cut Files and the Super Cool collection from PinkFresh Studios. I cant get enough of this collection, and I love how we have so many teen appropriate Cut Files to pair it back with.
For this layout, I have used the Chit Chat Cut File which was released a little while ago now. I selected only the speech bubble portion of the file in my Silhoette Cameo software, and then enlarged it so that it would fill almost from the top to the bottom of a 12×12 layout.
I have cut the File using black card stock and then backed it with a piece of patterned paper from the Super Cool collection. To add more interest and to draw attention to the Cut File I did two things – I outlined each of the speech bubbles with white gel pen and then popped each bubble up on foam tape.
I adhered the Cut File to some Kraft card stock on a slight angle, and then started to layer my photos and embellishments overlapping the Cut File.
I love how the embellishments really tie in with the vibe of the Cut File – particularly because I have cut it in black.
Thanks for stopping by today. Make sure you keep an eye on things over at CUT to YOU HQ – July is going to be HUGE!!!
Hello crafty friends today I have a layout sharing the super adorable Mrs Fox cut file! All the heart eyes for this cut file.
And here is my layout!
Of course she had to be the focus of my page so I cut her at 8.5×8.5 inches and adhered to my background page with foam tape so I could tuck elements under later. I decided to go with a little mixed media background instead of my go to white cardstock so the fox blended in naturally. I then paper pieced the fox by pulling out the sections as I wanted (using the release compound function Silhouette Cameo).
I then adhered my photo choosing not to mat it as I didn’t want my page to end up look too busy., but added some floral die cuts and a phrase sentiment.
I added my title by using a die cut and tucking some flowers under the foxes tail. I finished off adding some enamel dots and two puffy stickers. I love how she turned out and I think it goes with the photo of my tribe perfectly!
Thank you so much for stopping by today and head over to the CTY shop to see this and all the other new release cut files.
I hope this finds you well, no matter where you are in the world! Today I’m here to share with you a layout I created using the ‘Crazy Cousin Crew’ Cut File.
I manipulated the file quite a bit before I cut it out from white card stock. I erased the word ‘crew’ from the bottom of the file, and duplicated the ‘S’ to add to the end is ‘cousin’. Altering the title like this allowed me to tailor it to my photos whilst still keeping the awesome style of the Cut File.
I used the Pinkfresh Super Cool collection to back each of the letters individually, trying to space out the colours and patterns in the letters. This isn’t something I’m always good at, it takes some forethought and I’m a change ahead kind of girl when I’m designing, but I love how this turned out.
I popped some foam tape behind each of the letters in the title. I love how this raises the title up off the page, and in this instance, allowed me to tuck my photos and embellishments around and under the Cut File.
Thanks for stopping by today. I hope my layout inspires you to get creative! We have a big month coming up for July with LOTS of INSPO coming you’re way, so make sure you are with us over at CUT to YOU HQ!
Hi everyone! It’s Tarrah McLean and I am beyond excited to be here sharing my very first layout as part of the amazing CUT To YOU design team! I absolutely LOVE Gwen’s cut files (well who doesn’t right?) and can’t wait to create more projects using them! I hope you enjoy my projects that I will be sharing twice a month right here on the CUT To YOU blog!
My first layout share is this soft and pretty layout below featuring the gorgeous new Frame Trio cut file
To begin, I sized the Frame Trio cut file in the Silhouette software to suit my layout and cut it out from white textured cardstock, I then chose some soft, pretty patterned papers to back the florals in the cut file design. Where there were leaves, I tried to add green but the florals were a mix of colour which I love!
On the ‘Loved’ title part of the cut file design, I decided to leave it plain on my layout however you could easily ink, paint or watercolour this to suit your page. For the 3 frame spaces in the design, I decided to add the photo of my gorgeous nieces in the centre one and then I backed the other two with some patterned paper and also added some pretty quotes over the top.
Once the cut file was all backed, I added craft foam underneath it all so that it would sit up off my chosen background paper and create some shadows and dimension. You can see in the detail photo above the shadows created underneath the ‘Loved’ title part of the cut file. To achieve this, I cut the craft foam down very small in order to adhere it without seeing any foam adhesive.
I added some beautiful embellishments including some die-cuts, enamel dots, epoxy stickers and 3D stickers to finish my page and enhance the cut file design even more. I also like to include the date stamp on my layouts so that people who may look back in the future will know when the photo on the layout was taken.
Thank you so much for stopping by the CUT to YOU blog today! I hope you enjoyed reading how I put my page together. Make sure to check out the CUT to YOU store for all the amazing cut file designs available!
I started by cutting it from white cardstock around 10 inches across but then decided not to back it (which is something quite different for me!) I wanted to use the file as a background feature to add some subtle texture so I just glued it down as it was!
I decided to pair the cutfile with some papers from Pinkfresh Studio’s Super Cool range as the green was a perfect match to my son’s jumper! I used the grey striped paper as my background paper and then fussy cut some of the polaroid frames to create a banner across the page.
I added adhesive foam behind the polaroid frames and photo and added some Cardstock stickers to embellish, tucking them in in different places.
I used an acrylic title in a light blue to match the layout and then added a few black splatters to break up the white space.
I love how this turned out and I loved using the cut file to add subtle detail.
There are lots more cut files like this in the shop, so be sure to check them out here.
I’m popping in quickly today to share with you my layout inspired by this month’s CSI Challenge. I have used the Oh Snap Title Cut File, which I have treated quite simply, but I think it’s turned out super sweet.
The CSI Case File Challenge (no. 318) was filled with little icons, lots of orange and a cute little fox. I paired this back a little and used more peachy tones, inspired by the sweetest Die Cut fox from my stash.
I cut the ‘Oh Snap’ file from white card stock and then coloured it with a Posca pen. I then backed both elements with white paper and popped them up on foam squares. Such an easy title option, and ready to go in just a few minutes!
To keep with the feel of the inspiration, image, I tucked lots of cute little elements around my title and my photo.
Thanks for stopping by today. Make sure you pop over to the CSI blog and have a go at their challenges. And if you looking for easy title options, jump over to the shop and have a look in the titles section.
Miniversum is a great, detailed model layout featuring Hungary’s beautiful sights and places in an interactive exhibition. Unfortunately it closes at the end of the month, so we decided in January to have a look. I made tons of photos while having fun.
I cut the Stepped Cubes cut file from smooth white cardstock, and printed my photos in different sizes as I wanted to back some of the quadrangles with mini photos.
Then I started to back the cut file with patterned paper, I used a 6″x6″ paper pad of Pinkfresh Studio My Favourite Story collection.
When I was ready, I glued the cut file with foam adhesive on a patterned paper of the same collection. I added some flowers from the cut outs, my title, comment, enamel dots, and even used some stamps.
Hi there, Piroska is here today with my latest layout. As you know, I just love leaves in scrapbooking, so I immediately fell in love with the beautiful Lots of Leaves cut file.
I really like the colours of the Looking for Sunshine paper of the Pinkfresh Studio My favourite story collection. I decided to cut my leaves from that paper, making it a bit ombre by arranging the cut file so that it reaches 2 similar colours. This way are the leaves 3″ tall.
I cut 12 leaves, 3 in each colour combo, but for the layout I used 10 of them. On a single white cardstock they looked a bit pale. I didn’t want to use watercolours this time, so I chose the Joyful Heart paper with those rainbow and (almost) the same colours as my leaves.
And it was time to play: I put my photo which I matted before with several patterned papers on the left rainbow above. I used many flower cut outs and my digital cut leaves to frame my photo – it was made at Lake Balaton (Hungary), at the beginning of our holiday. The weather was not so good, not cold but not good enough for going to the beach. So that’s what my title is about,which I also framed by some leaves.
My turn on the blog today to share a page that I was recently challenged to complete over at Cut to You HQ. We had HQ members choose a File for us to use and I was challenged to use the Sunshine Background Cut File.
This page is really special to me, as it focusses on a photo of my beautiful Mum in her youth. I lost my Mum when I was a young girl, and I don’t have a lot of photos of her, so it was really special to document this one.
I started this page by first cutting this file from white card stock and then cut it again from a piece of Pinkfresh patterned paper, using an internal offset to space out the rays inside the Cut File.
I rotated the file so that the rays were coming from the bottom of the page, distressed the inner pieces and then adhered it to a piece of CVS patterned paper.
To embellish the page, I clustered some Die Cuts from both CVS and Pinkfresh around my photo, and created my title using some thickers and puffy stickers from Crate Paper. The final touch was to splatter some gold Heidi Colour Shine gently around the page.
Thanks so much for stopping by today, make sure you join in over at Cut to You HQ so that you can challenge our DT next.
Hey crafty friends, so we are nearly at the end of the Cut to You 12 days of Christmas GIVEAWAY! So many gorgeous free cut files.
Today I have some gorgeous Christmas cards to share using the fun Quilt Grid Tree cut file. Being a quilter I had to incorporate this into my card!I have used the 2018 PinkFresh Studio Christmas collection to create my cards. Firstly I cut two of the grid measuring 5×5 inches which I adhered to white card stock (I used wet glue and a cotton bud to do this). I chose two colour/patterns to achieve my quilt pattern look. As I always do I used the ‘Release Compound’ function which also means you never waste paper and it always looks super precise and neat. You could create any pattern you wished and could use more colour/pattern combos.Once I was happy with the two patterns it was then time to embellish. I under embellished rather than over do it because of the ‘busy’ background I had created.I used foam tape to add some of the embellishments to create dimension which again is important if you have a ‘busy’ background.I chose contrasting colours for my embellishments so they did not get lost in the red and blue.And there you have it two super easy but visually eye catching cards that I am sure someone would love to receive.And you can have this cut file free yay! This cut file would be fantastic to use for any theme certainly not just Christmas!
Simply enter the code: QUILT3FREE to get this design for free.
No additional purchase necessary.
This code is only valid until midnight AEST on December 11th 2019. **No exceptions – Please check your time zone against ours here in Australia as we are a day ahead.
Coupon code must be entered to receive this item for free. No refunds will be given. The design will still be available in the CUT to YOU Cut file store for purchase after the discount code expires if you miss out.
Come back tomorrow for the last FREE cut file!
I would like to take this opportunity as it is my last post in December, to wish you all a wonderful, blessed and safe Christmas.