Monday, July 13, 2009

Ask and you shall receive!

Jenn had asked the powers that be at Quickutz if they could create an awareness ribbon digital download. Thankfully, they did just that! Check out the layout Jenn created with it...

Yep, Jenn's a runner! Did you know that? In addition to the awareness ribbon digital download Jenn used the Zelda Grand alphabet for her "cure". The great thing about this download is you could cut it in yellow for a military layout!

I don't know about you but sometimes I REALLY want to scrapbook but I don't have much time. Here's a 10 minute layout. Yes, you heard me, 10 minute layout!

The background paper is from the Just Chillin' collection by Making Memories. All I did was color in the "Pow" with my orange Copic marker. I found a coordinating piece of patterned paper for the longer strip and a solid piece to mount my photo on. I crumpled up a scrap to place at the bottom of the photo. This is good to do in place of ribbon on boy/masculine layouts. I cut my title from my Slice using the Just Chillin' Design card and added a metal signage piece from the collection. That's it! 10 minutes and I had a layout that both Cody and I are happy with! Love it!

Here's a super cute card from Tammy!

Tammy colored her image with Copic markers then placed him on a background she embossed using the Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder. This card would be great to give to welcome a new baby!

Before I go today I want to share a quick video with you from Terri at BossKut. She's going to show us how the Gazelle works with print and cut images.

Isn't that cool?! You could totally print and cut your images then color them with your Copics!

Thanks for stoppin' in today! We sure hope your week is off to an excellent start! We'll be back here for "With us Wednesday" so we hope you'll tune in. Take care and we'll see you then!



Jill said...

Inspiring layout Jenn (from a slacker who isn't doing well with taking care of herself). Curious about "race for the" part of the title. Is that a download too? (Not a Silhouette user. . .yet)

Jenn in MO said...

Hi Jill - thanks! I cut the "Race for the" on the Sil, using a true type font called Ballpark Weiner - it is a thicker script font which cuts nicely on the Sil. I then cut a rounded offset shadow for the background. I use this font often even though it has a silly name!!

Jenn in MO said...

Forgot to add that I welded the letter first before cutting. I love the welding and offset features of the software!