Here's a look at the layout I created:
Here's the Bless Your Heart cut file:
For my project today, I am documenting two photos of my youngest son and me. He rarely asks to take photos, so I am always happy when he requests them. We take one "serious" photo and then take lots using Snapchat filters.
To begin the spread, I resized the cut file to about 4" wide (to fit in my traveler's notebook) and cut it out using white cardstock. I then backed it with a turquoise patterned paper. I trimmed a woodgrain patterned paper into a tag shape as the base for the page.
Next, I adhered another patterned paper to the bottom of the page and added the title at an angle using a die cut and puffy word sticker. To embellish the page, I used some puffy stickers and a chipboard sticker and stamped the date below the cut file.
For the other side of the layout, I added another piece of the heart patterned paper at an angle at the top of the page. I added my two photos and used labels and puffy stickers to embellish. I used another puffy word sticker at an angle on the page to mirror the one on the other side of the layout.
Thank you for stopping by today! I hope I have inspired you to use a cut file on your next project. I'll see you again soon!