Saturday, February 7, 2015

MKC Kickin' It Layout


Hello Everyone - Hope your weekend is going great. 

I'm at a Silhouette Warrior Weekend hosted by Art-Tech, my local scrapbook store, and I am creating all sorts of cool projects with my Cameo. So far I've etched, created a t shirt with HTV, did Rhinestones, used the Pen Tool on a banner and created Stamps.

I think my favorite was the stamping material. It is pretty cool and I'll share some of my creations soon. I still have all day tomorrow too!
Shout out to Kelly Rowe - she's doing an amazing job teaching 16 people who are all at various skill levels.

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I'm up on the Miss Kate Cuttables blog today and have a two page layout to share.

I cut the title from the Kickin' It file.
The stars are also from the same file. I selected the star and offset in my Silhouette Studio software to create shadows and layered them. 
I added foam tape to make them pop off the layout.


I had a bunch of far away action shots (maybe I need a zoom lens!) 
so I decided to cut the soccer ball from the Sports Ball Collection 10" wide.
I then cut my photos to fill in the gaps of the ball. (I did not use all the layers of my soccer ball).




Here's a close up of the title:




I finished off my layout with the soccer shoe and I did the journaling on my Cameo using the pen tool.


Thanks for stopping by today - stop by the MKC Blog to leave me some love over there. :)

Don't forget to grab the freebie of the day from the MKC store!



5 comments:

  1. LOVE how you inserted the photos into the soccer ball!!

    Evelyn

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  2. Your layout is FABULOUS! The soccer ball is the BEST!

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  3. Sounds like you are having a great time making all kinds of crafty goodness Amy! Can't wait to see some of your things you made! I love your layout, it so cute and has great cuts on it!! The soccer ball with all the distant shots is fabulous. Hugs, Brenda

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  4. So cool how you put the pictures inside the soccer ball! Love everything you did, so great!!!

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  5. So cool how you put the pictures inside the soccer ball! Love everything you did, so great!!!

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