Tuesday, January 22, 2013

moving in circles..

Hi everyone, Gina here to share a layout using some cool JBS cut files. I'll admit I don't actually have a digital cutting machine so thanks to the lovely Natalie for coming to the rescue :) I've used the backdrops 1 cut file on this page..


I've used the circle and stars from the file and featured the circles in 3 different ways.. Firstly I added a bit of a random pattern over the background by dabbing some 'malted milk' paint through the circle die-cut. Next I sprayed a section of the diecut with aqua ink spray and reverse printed near the paint circles by pressing it ink side down onto the cardstock

Also I cut a couple of strips from the inked circle die-cut and layered them above and below the photo


From the star die-cut section which is in the same cut file, I've hand cut several stars and placed a red star from the apothecary sticker set inside a few of them.

The paint splatters have been made using a 'seed packet' paint dabber and few drops of aqua mist..


supplies: 
back drop 1 cut file
hear ye banner stickers candy stripe
red/black mini pattern sheet
magpie mini pattern sheet
wren mini pattern sheet
skinny alpha - red
skinny alpha - black
mini chalkboard alpha
printed tags kraft flag
vintage sew on buttons - cream
apothecary stickers - red
ranger jbs paint dabber - seed packet
ranger jbs paint dabber - malted milk
vintage labels

thanks for stopping by and happy scrapping! x


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10 comments:

  1. This is a beautiful layout! The splatters are the bomb!

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  2. What a terrific layout Gina!! Love the green paint splashes and I love that background cut file!

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  3. Oooohhh love this. I had no idea JBS had cut files. Gotta check that out.

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  4. This is such agorgeous and fun layout Gina! You rock girl!!

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  5. I love everything about this layout! The texture and colors are all so gorgeous!

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  6. Really awesome! I really love those inky/watercoloury green splats. And the layered banner sticker labels are awesome. And love the bit of airiness the layered circle cut adds.

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  7. FABULOUS layout, Gina!!! Those big splatters are so cool, really need to try that too...

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