Hello friends! This month I am loving working on some wedding layouts and for my second share for the Design Team I was challenged to create BOY themed layout. I love geometric designs for my masculine layouts and have been wanting to use this String Art Cube Cut File and Kit from KIT to YOU for quite some time. Documenting this photo of my husband and his groomsmen was the perfect way to use it!
You can see how I created this layout in detail in my process video:
And here are a few more close-up images.
Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by and check out my layout. I hope you have a great day!
Hello friends! It’s Shannon up on the blog today bringing you this layout featuring the Heart You More cutfile. I chose to cut the cardstock in a nice bright white and filled in the letters with a gorgeous patterned paper from Amy Tangerine.
I am loving Nuvo Mist right now and applied a liberal amount of splatty bits to the deep blue background. I used a fab sequin mix for the large hearts in the title for a bit of pizazz!
You can see here that I layered a sentiment, a directional sticker and an adorable puffy hexi in this cluster for interest. I love that a large cutfile can dictate the design and direction for your entire layout!
Check out the versatility of this cutfile. You can fill all of the sweet little hearts in or leave them as a bold contrast like I did!
I’d be honored if you took a looksee at my process video here:
Hello Everyone! Sara here with you today sharing a new layout. I used two cut files for my project today- This Story and the Rose Builder cut file. These two files are a perfect match for each other and together they create a beautiful coordinated page.
I cut the files in kraft cardstock to go with my heritage photos. And then I colored the centers and the edges of the leaves with some ink for an added extra detail.
I backed the cut file title and then used the Rose builder file as a base for my embellishment clusters. I love how the cut files coordinate and accent my photo and story.
You can see all the details of the layout and the process on my You Tube channel today!
Hello friends! I’m happy to be sharing my first project for the month with you today. May is a special anniversary month for my husband and I so I will be spending my scrappy time documenting our wedding. But first, the proposal!
Because there was a LOT of that I wanted to share for this story, I created a complimentary 6×12 page as a home for my extended journalling. And to tie the two pages together, I used the Spring Floral Edge Cut File.
You can see how all of this came together in my process video:
Here are a few more close up photos of the completed layout:
Thanks for taking the time to stop by. I hope you have a great day!
So happy to see you on the Cut to You blog today! It’s Josefine here sharing you a new scrapbook layout that I made with these beautiful cutfiles! For this layout I used the gorgeous cutfile Floral Bouquet Set. I just can’t get enough of these beautiful flower cutfiles from Cut to You!!
I started my page with a white cardstock sheet. I cut some beautiful design paper from the gorgeous Vicki Boutin collection “Color Study” to size and placed the design paper strokes in the center of this page.
I backed the Floral Bouquet Set flowers with green design paper and the smaller one with vellum. I placed the flowers both in the center of my scrapbook page!
I fussy cut some flowers and cut some design papers to size and placed the papers behind the photo. I decorated my page with the flowers.
I’m looking for the right word strips, Some die-cuts and stickers for a little bit more decoration. I used the “Oh yeah “ puffy sticker as my tittle for this scrapbook layout and I decorated my tittle with some extra puffy hearts. I made some black and white splitters on my page. For the black splatters I used some black acrylic ink and for the white splatters I used white gesso. I loved the paint spletter look on my layouts!
Now it’s time to cut the white cardstock to size and put it on top of a 12×12 design paper. I used my sewing machine to stitched the edges of my page. I love how my page turned out! I want to thank you for visiting the Cut to You blog today and hope I was able to inspire you with this scrapbook layout! Wishing you a beautiful and creative day today! XoXo, Jo
Hello Everyone! Sara here with you today. I have a super fun layout to share featuring the cutest fish in the sea.. the adorable Fancy Fish cut file of course!
I told you they are the cutest fish in the sea…
I created a mixed media “sea” for my fish to swim in. And I backed the cut files with vellum for a translucent look which I love.
I chose a an orange and blue color combination to match my photos..I just looked through my stash till I found the colors and a few embellishments to enhance my photos and background and went to creating!
You can check out my process and how I created my layout by heading over to my You Tube channel and taking a peek at my video..
Be sure to head over to the SHOP and take a peek at all the gorgeous cut files!
Hello friends! What could be better than your daughter bringing you flowers? Absolutely nothing! Well maybe creating a layout with the beautiful Rose Builder cutfile!
I started off by using a gorgeous background by Paige Evans. I lightly matted the photos of the bouquets and then started layering up these gorgeous roses. I used a combination of Shimmerz Paints products to enhance the cutfile and really play into the gorgeous colors in the photos. Once my roses were dry, I backed them with a bit of vellum that I had on hand.
I had the best time creating this layout! I do so hope that you are inspired to layer up this gorgeous cutfile and have some fun scrappy time of your own!
Please feel free to check out my process video here:
Gwen back on the blog today with some more Scrapbooking inspiration. For today’s share, I’m featuring a new CUT to YOU floral design and a sweet photo of my Miss 13 on her birthday.
To begin the page, I started with the ‘Spring Floral Edge‘ cut file which I’ve cut nice and large using white cardstock. I’ve backed it with the soft peach tones in the Crate Paper ‘Fresh Bouquet’ collection and for something different, I’ve used a grey and pink print to back the leaves in the cut file design.
Once the cut file was all backed, I positioned it onto my page. For the background of this layout, I’ve gone with a deep navy print from the collection. I love adding cut files onto a dark background, it really helps them to pop!
Next, I’ve positioned my photo, I’ve backed it with grey pattern paper and then raised it onto foam for dimension. It sits along the left-hand edge of the cut file. I’m using the design as a base for my page. It is guiding the layout of the page and will really help the flow of the design.
With the photo in place, I’m now going to add in my embellishments starting with the main cluster beside the bottom left hand corner of the photo.
I’ve finished the layout off with some gold elements including the photo corners and some pretty gold hearts from my stash.
You can also see how I’ve created the page below. If you like the way that I scrapbook OR the way that I chat about the way that I scrapbook, be sure to give my video a thumbs up and subscribe to my channel, that way you won’t miss any of my upcoming videos. This support helps me so so much! xo
I hope you enjoyed seeing this page come together,
Hello Everyone! Sara with you today to show off one of the beautiful floral cut files in the shop!
For my project this week, I started by cutting the Vintage Peony Cut File. This file is a Kit to You file, so it comes with layout ideas and directions …but…when you have finished your kit instuctions, you still have this gorgeous cut file to use again and again! I cut my cut file quite large to make it a striking focus on my page. I backed it with lots of colors and popped it up on foam tape.
I printed my photo in sepia to help it stand off the background and still be the focal point of my layout.
I love how versatile this cut file is for so many uses! You get directions and the ability to make a gorgeous layout in the kit and then you have the cut file to use over and over agin in many different ways!
You can see all the available kits in the shop HERE
And here is my proces video showing how this layout came together!
Hello beautiful friends! I am back with you today to share a new Design Team project with you.
I realised that I have about 3 years of Easter documenting to catch up on, and the March release from CUT to YOU, which was full of gorgeous Easter themed files, was just the push I needed to get started on getting some stories documented. I used the Easter Egg with Bow file to create this layout documenting my son’s first Easter all the way back in 2018.
You can see how I created this layout step-by-step in my process video:
And here are a few more close-up photos of my finished layout.
Thank you so much for taking the time to view my project. I hope you have a great day!