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Monday, February 20, 2012

The One with the Evelynd Layout for Hambly

I've got a tutorial up on the Hambly blog today showing how to create a fun background for die cut shapes:
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CUTE COUSIN EVELYND

Journaling says: It's going to be so fun for Fox to have a cousin just a few months younger than him to play with! They already laugh and cry together. They're bound to be best cousins.

How to: Design a title background in Silhouette Studio and die cut it from 12x12 white cardstock. Trim the cardstock to 11.75" square. On a scrap of 12x12 cardstock, start layering patterned paper strips, washi tape, patterned transparencies, border rub ons, and border stickers from one corner to the other until the entire paper is covered. Adhere the die cut cardstock on top. Place two pictures on the bottom right corner using pop dots. Add journaling spot stickers to the bottom left corner and write on them with a black pen. Put another journaling spot sticker on the top right corner. All done!

Supplies: Cardstock, pen, adhesive: American Crafts; Patterned paper, patterned transparencies, border rub ons, washi tape, stickers (borders, journaling spots): Hambly Studios; Die cut machine (Cameo), software (Silhouette Studio): QuicKutz
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I think I'm in love with my Cameo.

10 comments:

  1. That design is awesome! So creative!

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  2. LOVE IT! That is beautiful work and what a fun surprise on my GoogleReader to see my little girl. Fox may be her favorite cousin and you might just be her favorite aunt. Thanks, Aunt Paige.

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  3. love. love. love. makes me want to pull out my silhouette more often...

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  4. i love it!
    how cool is that ...

    i wish i had a cameo!


    xoxo
    MELINA ♥
    www.onlyaflightaway.blogspot.com

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  5. I saw this at the Hambly Blog...had to tell you I just l.o.v.e. this. This is so cool! Your projects are always beautiful and fun. (I have to get a Silhouette.)

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  6. WOW that is absolutely FABULOUS--seriously!! going to look at the tutorial now!

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  7. WOW! This looks amazing! I love all the colors bursting from behind the diecut title! It makes me want a cameo! I will definitely be pinning this!!!

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  8. This is awesome!! Saw it on Hambly blog and asked about what font you used!! Love it all.

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