Friday, December 9, 2016

All I Want for Christmas Product Swap with Pretty Little Studio


Hello Cut Shoppe friends! I am so excited to share in the festivities this week with The Cut Shoppe's product swap with Pretty Little Studio!



For this project I used the colorful, festive papers and embellishments from Pretty Little Studio's Holly Jolly Collection along with this week's new cut files - 'Tis the Season and Tree Farm available in The Cut Shoppe Etsy store.



I started by cutting several trees using white card stock, which I backed with several of the patterned papers and vellum from Holly Jolly, and attached to a 12x12 piece of white card stock.



Next, I cut the title using patterned paper and offset that with the Clear Peppermint Stripes acetate, which I love using whenever possible to give projects that added bit of texture. If you are not sure what settings to use when cutting acetate, there are plenty of tutorials on YouTube.



When layering the title, I used double-sided foam squares for dimension between the layers as well as behind it to make it "pop" off of the page.



Next up were embellishments - I chose to keep these simple since the layout already has a lot going on. I choose a few die cuts, acrylic stars, and enamel dots. Last was the cute deer and tiny bow on the title.


Don't forget to visit the Pretty Little Studio blog for more inspiration! When you've finished there, head over to The Cut Shoppe to pick up these and other cut files using code MERRY31 for a 31% discount on your entire through the month of December!





Wait! There's more!

We can't have a product swap without a GIVEAWAY, so here's all of the details!

Leave a comment on TCS Blog each day.

The Winner will receive a $25 Gift Certificate to The Cut Shoppe Etsy store.

Winner will be chosen from the comments left on TCS Blog throughout the week.

Winner will be announced on Monday, December 12th.

Have fun joining in all of the Christmas inspiration this week!



8 comments:

  1. I love how you backed your title with acetate and love the rows of trees!!

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  2. These little trees
    are delightful with
    the papers behind
    them! Great layout.
    Carla from Utah

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  3. love the combination of cut files used here the trees look amazing!

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