Play Ball Layout by Audrey Yeager


Wednesday, April 18, 2018

I love seeing how the designers use cut files in ways I never would have thought! For example, I love how Audrey Yeager used the Circles Wreath cut file to create a cascading background!
Hello everyone! Paige's Circles Wreath cut file is so versatile and could be used with so many themes and layouts. In my page below, I varied the size of the circles and cut them all from one piece of patterned paper - I chose Paper #10 from Fancy Free which has lots of swirled circles of color and looks awesome when cut with this file.
For my background, I started with a piece of white cardstock, added clear gesso, and did a really light wash of green mist. Then I used the packaging technique to add some darker areas of green, blue, and yellow down the center of the page.

I layered the circles and then my photo at the bottom left. The photo is matted on a piece of patterned paper and layered with Pennant Paper Clips, stickers, Wood Veneer, and fussy cut stars. The journaling circle was actually the center of one of the centers of the circles I cut from the cut file.

I added a few stamped stars to the background with the Layerable Stamp Set from Turn the Page and a few star Puffy Stickers from Pick-Me-Up.

Thanks for following along today!

SUPPLIES: PICK-ME-UPMini ThickersPuffy StickersTURN THE PAGEPaper 11Paper 19Thickers Layerable Stamp SetPennant Paper ClipsSticker BookWood VeneerOH MY HEARTPaper 03FANCY FREE: Paper 10; white cardstockgesso; Cut file: Circles Wreath by Paige Evans; Silhouette Cameo
Blog: audreysreflection.blogspot.com / Instagram: @audreykit1 / Pinterest: @audreykit /
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1 comment

  1. Love love love this! LOVING those layered circles!!!!!!!!

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