It’s my turn to share my arrow mesh layout today which brings our total to 8 different ways of using the same file!
I used some of the 6×8 papers from the Cocoa Vanilla Boys Rule collection to back fill my arrows in different colours. I tried to get a good spread of colours and designs across the cut file while also considering where it would sit on my chosen background.
I popped the whole cut file up onto foam and stuck it to my layout. I actually did this bit twice as I realised it wasn’t anywhere near straight and my foam tape is NOT forgiving at all so I had to completely start over.
It was the perfect cut file for pictures of my boy at his birthday treat of paintballing with his friends and it only needed a couple of die cuts and some star sequins to finish it off. Another example of the cut file doing all of the work!
We hope you’ve enjoyed this series of all the different ways to use the same cut file to get maximum “bang for your buck”. We’ve had them unbacked, backed with the same papers, backed with different papers, backed with shaker pockets, popped up, laid flat, laid flat with the negatives popped up, off to one side, spread across 2 pages, stitched, positive and negative, phew!! And that’s all on white cardstock!! The possibilities really are endless. Please do tag us on social media if you’ve been inspired by any of the techniques we’ve used in this series, or even if you are just sharing your cut file layouts – it really does make it all worth while.