Hello creative people! It’s time for another cut file freebie! This month is a bit of a two for one – one cut file that can be used in two different patterns – alone or mixed together.
Here is what this month’s cut file looks like:
The last few months, we have invited talented contributors from our Scrapbook & Cards Today Magazine Reader’s gallery and today I have asked Jaclyn Rench, who was featured in our Winter 2014 Reader’s gallery. I asked her to use the cut file in any way she wanted, on any type of project, and check out the amazing page she sent me.
Supplies: Cardstock, Thickers & cork hearts – American Crafts; Patterned Paper – Simple Stories, Pebbles; Wood veneers – Studio Calico; Stamps – Ali Edwards; Ink – Stampin' Up, Hero Arts; Epoxy embellishments – Jillibean Soup; Transparent die cut – Basic Grey; Tools – Silhouette, sewing machine
So fun right?! I just love how Jaclyn resized the cut file to fill the entire background. Here is what Jaclyn had to say about her page:
I loved the punched circle cut file so much that I supersized it to make up the background of my scrapbook page. I had fun filling in all of the circles with photos, journaling, patterned paper, stamping and lots of decorative elements to document my story. A pint sized version of the file was a fun way to fill in a few of the background circles too. Cutting the smaller version of the file from white cardstock and laying it over top of a white background creates more of a textural effect. I also made sure to arrange the circle backed circles into a visual triangle to help guide and direct the flow of the page. Both cut files are so very versatile and can be used in a number of ways on any scrapbook page or project.
I alo played along with the free cut file too, and here is what I created this month:
Supplies: Paper: We R Memory Keepers; Alphas: American Crafts; Mini Placemat: Jillibean Soup; Mist: Heidi Swapp; Epoxy Dots: My Mind’s Eye
I chose to cut multiple triangles out of different patterned papers and make pie chart type shapes out of them:
Thank you so much to Jaclyn Rench for joining me today! To see more of Jaclyn’s work and follow what she has been up to, please visit her on her blog at: http://www.jaclynrench.blogspot.com/ or on Instagram: https://instagram.com/jaclynrenchstudio/.