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Yearbook: Cut it up




Hello everyone and happy Tuesday! Today I’m going to share a layout I created using multiple cut files. I love the September kit and it coordinates so well with The Cut Shoppe, cut files. I used the Notebook Doodles and the Just Sayin cut files. Along with a paper airplane cut I designed and a bag I downloaded from the Silhouette store.

Gasper_Blog0916So as you see, I used multiple cut files. But something else about the layout is the picture. I try to use pictures that speak for a moment of my life. And this picture was taken in my old office. I moved offices about two weeks ago. I have sat in the same office for 5 days a week for 8 years. So this picture documents one of the last times I would be in that space. So I encourage you all to document those small moments in your own life as well.

Now some close ups!


Thank you for joining me today! Remember, document those small moments in your own life. And LOVE those cut files and cut them with not only cardstock, but pattern paper!

Have a scrap happy day!






Author: Lacey Ann

Hello, my name is Lacey and I'm a Graphic Designer and love to craft! I sell both digital and physical products on Etsy. My husband and I have a beautiful baby boy, named Easton.

6 thoughts on “Yearbook: Cut it up

  1. This layout is AWESOME! It IS so important to document those little day to day things that we often take for granted, you never know when it may change!


  2. Love your layout Lacey!! All the details and layers are fabulous and I LOVE your photo!! Documenting the moments like this in our lives is so important! Love it all!


  3. Lacey, your layout is truly beautiful….love the pic….your design and the colors that your chose are lovely, too. Yes, those moments are all so important….thank you, for sharing yours in a very special way!!


  4. Love this Lacey! The office pic with paper airplane paper is so creative. I agree, everyday things like jobs should be documented.


  5. I love the idea of documenting little moments that end up telling your story. Beautiful job!


  6. I love how much contrast is here Lacey. It’s bright and bold but not overwhelming. I’m adoring the vellum pocket you made too 🙂 So STUNNING and so are you! Love your sassy selfie!!


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