Friday, August 1, 2014

So Much Fun - A Cutt Above

Wow, it's August already! Today is also the first full challenge over at A Cutt Above. Have you checked out their cut files yet? They are fabulous! For todays reveal I used the Star Spangled die cut and the So Much Fun cut file. After cutting out the Star Spangled out on my Cameo I then adhered it to some red velum and then cut it out with scissors so all the star cut outs are red. I love how it turned out!

A close up of the red velum behind the stars and a cute Made in the USA chipboard piece from Scenic Route. Also love these gold chipboard hearts and clothespins from Studio Calico.

On the So Much Fun cut file I cut it out on plain white cardstock and then sprayed some Smooch Spritz Gold Glow on it and traced around the edges. I found these patriotic wood pieces by Jolee's by You lost in one of my scrappy drawers. Who knows how long they have been in there but they were perfect for my page.

Product List:

Cardstock: American Craft
Patterned paper: Scenic Route Liberty
Embellishments: EK Success Jolee's by You, Studio Calico, Scenic Route
Stickers: Queen & Co. Trendy Tape
Ink, embossing powder, paint: Smooch Spritz Gold Glow, Tattered Angels Black Magic
Writing Tools: Zig
Ribbon/fibers: unknown
Miscellaneous: red velum
Challenge Site: A Cutt Above

This page was published in the Let's Get Inspired Issue 4 Magazine!


  1. Love your cutouts on this fun page!

  2. ohhh love the stars jumping off your page!!! cool doodles and misting too!!!

  3. The stars are amazing! I love how they pop from the page! So many awesome elements!

  4. Nadine, you are a doodler! I cannot doodle. :( I love how you drew around the entire design. How cute is that. And the tricks with your camera...a red picture and a blue picture. Awesome!


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