Scrapbook Layout created for Scrapbook Nerd - 14! -
It is time for my tutorial blog post on Scrapbook Nerd. Today's post is all about working a single cut file in different ways. You can head onto their blog to read all about it.
I used the new free cut file from Scrapbook and Cards today to create the cut out in this page. Once again, I chose to not cut the outside of the ring, and instead mirror the image to create a completer flower ring.
I used the 6x6 paper pad from Dear Lizzy's Lovely Day collection to back the cut out, then backed the entire ring with a large piece of vellum, and a pale green paper from an old Authentique collection. Using a paper piercer, I created a stitching guide that adds texture to the page and secures all the layers together.
Small pieces of foam adhesive were added between the flowers and the vellum layer, this adds dimension to the piece. I placed the picture of my daughter in the bottom junction of the two flower clusters, and chose to add embellishments from the collection along the center line of the ring. The perimeter of the ring was the perfect place to add the journal lines. Here is the final layout:
It is so easy to work a cut file in many different ways. That is the beauty of cut files you can make it your own with just a few adjustments,
Don't forger to visit the Scrapbook Nerd to see the details on how the cut file was manipulated to create the layouts. Remember I am a comment away if you want more details on how the pages came together.
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Cut file - Scrapbook and Cards Today Magazine blog - May 2017
Patterned paper 6x6 pad, chipboard, card stock, and layered stickers, puffy stickers, ephemera, button embellishments - Dear Lizzy - Lovely Day collection
Dear Lizzy - Saturday collection - 12x12 paper pad, clear stickers, cardstock stickers
Simple Stories - Faith collection - washi tape