Hey there Creative friends! Super excited to be joining you today with some more Scrappy inspiration including a new YouTube process video. I’ve used Jen Hadfield ‘Hey Hello’ papers and embellishments as well as some goodies from my stash! The cut file I’ve featured is the ‘Simply Floral Pendent‘ which I’ve cut nice and large to create a background feature for my page.
You can check out my Scrapbooking Process video here:
I’ve included a couple of close-ups for you here too…
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Hello Everyone! Sara with you today to share a new layout featuring the new August releases from the Cut To You Shop!
I started my layout by creating an easy watercolor background to give it the look of a blue sky.
I started my layout by backing my cut files. I chose to work with two of the new releases- Oh So Happy and Orchid Bloom .
I embellished my layout with just few little touches. You don’t need a lot of embellishment when you are using multiple cut files- just a couple of small touches. I chose small die cuts, wood veneer, and some little clear bubbles to enhance my photo.
I added some inking to the bottom of the Orchid Blooms cut file. It gives the cut file a bit of extra dimension and POP! I just love how this whole layout came out. Fun, bright, and sweet! Perfection! You can check out all the fun details in my process video below and dont forget to swing by the shop HERE to get some new cut files for your August crafting adventures!
It feels like forever since I have shared a page with you! Today I’m back to share a fun layout using the Create Title Cut File.
I have gone for high impact and lots of contrast with this page. I started by cutting the Cut File from black cardstock, and then backing it with a rainbow of patterned papers. Backing the file took quite a bit of time – so I suggest if you can use your cutting machine to cut the inside pieces out – I would!
I popped the Cut File up on some fun foam, and adhered it to the middle of my white card stock. I then layered some patterned paper behind my photo and mounted it to the right hand side of the cut file.
I was mindful not to over embellish the page, as I didn’t want to take away the impact of the Cut File. So I tucked a fussy cut floral piece around my photo, added a Charms Creations heart and popped a little flair badge on top (excuse the little rude word 🙊).
I added a bit of subtitle to my page, making the whole title say ‘create a life you love’. I thought this was particularly apt considering this photo was taken on my first day of working from home during COVID lockdown.
Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you are all doing well. Make sure you pop by the CUT to YOU shop and check out the latest release files, I can’t want to share these with you in the coming weeks!
Hello Everyone, it’s Piroska here today with my latest layout for CUT to YOU. I hope you all are doing well, and do have time for creating pretty stuff. For me it’s summertime and holiday, and have just celebrated our 9th anniversary. We took a little trip just the two of us and spent 2 days in Tokaj, a wine region in Hungary – we had much fun, eating and drinking, walking a lot. This photo was also taken here, it’s a little blurry as it was taken on a tour bus, but I love it so much.
This time I challenged myself by using a big and bold title on my layout. I chose the Grow Old With Me cut file from the February Release and cut it from smooth white cardstock so that it almost covers a 12″ cardstock. I was curious how I can decorate a page like this so that I also leave some white space.
I decided to use the My Favorite Story collection by Pinkfresh Studio. Rainbows are really popular right now, and I also love it, so I backed the words with the beautiful colours of the Looking for Sunshine paper. I also added some other patterned papers from the same collection.
I wanted to highlight the Grow Old words so instead of backing them I cut the letters and glued them down with foam adhesive. I like the effect it just gives to the page.
I matted my photo and added it to the upper right corner. And now I started to decorate the layout. I already had some fussy cut flowers from the Bloom and Grow paper – I cut them once when I didn’t have inspiration. Now it was good to just get them out and add them to the page.
I also decorated the letters O and D with some fussy cut flowers and chipboard flairs.
Finally I used the tiny flowers instead of enamel dots – I just love how they decorate the layout!
I hope you’ve had so much fun joining in with our 2nd Birthday celebrations this month! There has some amazing inspiration going around, and heaps of beautiful entries coming in for our challenges! I’m up on the blog today sharing my layout inspired by the moodboard challenge.
I quickly discovered I didn’t have any hot pink patterned paper in my stash, and this was my main inspiration from the mood board. I decided I needed to make my own, so I pulled out all the pink mixed media elements that I had, and set about making a background. I have also added in lots of black marks, to tie back to the black in the inspiration images.
For some reason, my mixed media is photographing as very orange, but I promise it’s hot pink! To tie this in with the Circles Sliced Cut File, I cut the background I had created into circles, and cascaded these down the page, before laying my Cut File over them.
I like to think of different ways to use our Cut Files, and including them in backgrounds like this or included with mixed media elements in a grungy sort of way is a little different from the norm.
To finish off my page, I added in my title, some embellishments, and some word strips. I also added some black ink splatters and black doodling to further add to the grungy feel of my page.
Thanks for stopping by today, can’t wait to share with you again next month!!
Hello! Sara here with you today. I have a fun layout to share with you featuring the Cousin Squad cut file. I have been waiting to use this one for a while now! I am the oldest of 7 siblings so I have lots of cousin pages to do! This photo is special to me because it is the last time ALL my neices and nephews were together for a group picture.
I started with the title piece. I backed each letter with patterned paper. Then I used about 1001 foam squares to pop the title up.
I added florals onto the title to make it truly part of the layout. This allows the flowers to weave in and around both the photos and title seamlessly.
This layout is simple in design and execution but it packs a powerful, colorful punch! I love how all the colors pop off of the white cardstock! You can see all the details of this layout on my YouTube channel too! Id love to see you give this layout design a try.
White cardstock, an amazing title from the shop HERE, and and lots of pretty flowers are really all you need!
Hey there Creative friends! Super excited to be joining you today with the very first share as part of our Birthday YouTube HOP! I’m kicking everything off with this page I’ve created of Miss C from a few years back. I’ve used Carta Bella Flora No. 3 papers and embellishments and our ‘Rosey Posey‘ cut file which I have cut out three times and layered to create a floral cluster and background feature for my page.
You can check out my Scrapbooking Process video here:
I also mention in the video our sweet discount happening this month for 20% off everything in the store. Use code CTYCELEBRATE2 at checkout, this is for digitals and custom cuts so go for it creative friends! Code expires 31st July 2020 Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST).
I hope you enjoy the video, be sure to subscribe to my channel and leave me a comment!
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 there everyone! I have a super fun summer layout for you today! This one kind of came together by accident but I’m so glad it did!
To cut a loooooooooong story short, I decided to make a mixed media background using my brusho powders. I gessoed the page, sprayed it with some water and then sprinkled the powders on and watched the magic happen. Its soooooo cool watching the colours form!
Anyway, the background I wanted needed to be turquoise and as you can quite clearly see – this is not that! So I put it to one side and started again. A few days later I was flicking through my to-be-scrapped-photo-pile when I came across this awesome photo and I decided to have a play.
I knew it needed a small cutfile that would sit on the blue part of the background so my summer fun combo was perfect!
I backed the whole cutfile with some woodgrain paper from a 6×6 pad in my stash and propped it up on foam. I used the same to back the photo along with some odd netting material which was also hanging around in my crafty drawers – it worked perfectly!
I then began embellishing using some pieces from an old Kaisercraft collection keeping to wood-like tones and in line with the diagonal direction of the background.
The final addition was this little wooden fence piece which gave a real beach feel!
Hey Creatives! Gwen here today with a new share, something bright and fun for this one. The idea for this page actually began with the cut file design; I really wanted to create a page with a white-on-white look and use a design as a background feature for my layout. I’ve seen some gorgeous pages like this and wanted to give one a go in my own style. I’ve teamed it with some brighter elements to document this sweet photo of Miss 13 taken on her birthday earlier this year.
I decided on using the ‘Garden Background‘ cutfile for this project because of its size, but also because of the more intricate nature of the design. I was also keen to use the ‘Bloom Street’ collection by Paige Evans and knew there were a lot of floral elements in it that would work really well with this one.
I started the page by creating my layout base, as I mentioned, I was really keen to try the white-on-white look, so I’ve simply layered my cut file design over a white piece of cardstock, running it slightly over one edge. I then added a frame to my page and stitching in my usual style, I just love how this frames the page. Side note, this technique is so so fast to do, no backing required for a super pretty result, so if you are not a fan of fussy cutting or you want a striking look in a short time, this is a great technique.
Next up, I backed my photo using a soft pattern from the collection, added some stitching and then raised it up on foam. I’ve placed it towards the centre of the page with the idea to add my embellishments around it.
I didn’t want to add too many things as I didn’t want to cover up all the details in the cut file, so I’ve just gone through and auditioned several die cuts from the collection. As always, I’ve started with the larger pieces first and then worked towards the smaller elements.
I’ve scrapped a bunch of photos from her birthday, so I didn’t feel the need to document it as a birthday layout as such and just wanted to enjoy the creative process with this one and have some fun. I’ve gone with the sentiment ‘You are my Sunshine’ and ‘Love This’ for my title.
I’ve also made some cute flower clusters around the photo, raising some on foam and leaving others flat for interest. I’ve also included the sweet birds and a bright yellow sunshine die-cut to pull the theme of the page together.
I hope you enjoyed seeing how I’ve put this page together and that it inspires you in some way. Be sure to tag @cuttoyou if you make anything using the design, I really love to see your projects.