Silhouette Design Team Projects #7

Saturday, December 23, 2017

Check out another batch of top notch creations by my Silhouette design team girls!

Look at this AMAZING December Daily® cover Zsoka Marko made using my Holly Wreath cut file! She has a wonderful and detailed explanation on her blog post.
Zsoka also has a wintery layout to share! She says, "I've used the Geometric Stars Background cut file paired with items from different collections, Paige's Turn the Page, My Mind's Eye Comfort and Joy, and Pinkfresh Studio December Days & Christmas Wishes. I kept it simple this time, I have not altered the cut file at all :) I went with white cardstock and backed a few of the stars with two different red papers. I didn't want to back all the stars so the background paper is visible too. I thought it fits my kiddo's hat well!

Blog: / Instagram: @zsokamarko / Facebook: Zsoka Marko / YouTube: Zsoka Marko

Next is a stellar layout by Audrey Yeager! She says, "I rotated the Chevron or Arrows Background cut file to make it look like a waterfall as this is a page about Niagara Falls and added a few Snowflake cut files for texture!"
Blog: / Instagram: @audreykit1 / Pinterest: @audreykit /
Facebook: Audrey L. Yeager  / YouTube: Audrey Yeager

Here is a fantastic and phenomenal layout by Bea Valint! She says, "This Christmas Camper cut file was love at first sight! It's very easy to use and I think the result is super cute! This time I didn't use the outlines and instead of backing the cut file, I cut just the inner shape from patterned paper. To add more interest I cut three trees, trimmed some fringes at the bottom, and layered them together."

"2018 is just around the corner and we have BIG plans for the New Year! There are many places we would like to visit with my friends, so I was immediately drawn to Paige's new Globe cut file! I cut the globe out of white cardstock, backed it with patterned paper, and layered behind a bunch of Turn the Page Paper 02 fussy cut flowers! I placed my photo to the right side of the globe and added the title vertically using Thickers."

Blog: / Instagram: @beavalint / Pinterest: @valint7 / Facebook: myshinystudio / YouTube: Bea Valint

And last but certainly not least, here are THREE festive pages by Lorilei Murphy! She says, "I really love a wreath I hung up last Christmas and then left up all year - it is green and wintery so it totally fits into the decor anyway! I had a pretty photo of it and thought it would be fun to scrap. I picked out two green papers from Oh My Heart and some black and copper ephemera from Oh My Heart as well. I cut the adorable Christmas Village, Snowflake Border, and Holiday Bows from white cardstock. I backed the bows and left the ombre paper showing through the village. I used green and white baker's twine to string the bows, photo, and banner to make a nice border!"
"I cut this pretty Holly Wreath from white cardstock and decided to go for a crisp white on white layout to make it shine! I used a punch to make red circles for the holly berries and embellished with sequins and wood buttons. Such an elegant wreath with so many opportunities on how you could decorate it!"
"I bought a fancy big word for my Christmas tree this year and wanted to make a pretty layout using a photo of it! I cut the Christmas Tree Background from white cardstock and mounted it on another sheet of white cardstock. I also cut the Rolled Flowers from white cardstock, assembled them, and painted them gold. Underneath the flowers I added white cardstock snowflakes from the Ho Ho Ho cut file. I added black paint and gold spatters and then embellished with red sequins and enamel dots. I made my title using the print and cut feature in Silhouette!"

Blog: / Instagram: @roseyposey_studio / Pinterest: @roseyposeygirl /
Rosey Posey Studio / YouTube: Lorilei Murphy

Love all of these girls and their creative imaginations and seeing what they come up with using my Silhouette Cut Files!

1 comment

  1. Wow wow wow wowwwwww! They all knocked it out of the park!! These are all STUNNING!!!!!!!!!!!!


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