Go to the Paper Issues store and download this free background Heart Tracks file and it includes titles, too!
For my take with this fun cut file, I used Pink Paislee's Oh My Heart by Paige Evans. It has so many bright fun colors that I tied into my background.
I used the cut file as a stencil to watercolor my background. It wasn't perfect, but that is part of the imperfect look of mixed media! You just go with it!
I love the copper foil that this collection has! The ephemera pieces and stickers were perfect for this page of my son and I after I had presented my thesis and was approved for graduate school graduation. Books, clipboard, phone, hearts and 'mom life' pieces worked into this design easily!
I double cut the title words in white and black cardstock to offset them slightly and add dimension to the words against a colorful background.
I skipped spaces in the background watercoloring to add the layer of white hearts and stitching.
I loved the little saying from Dear Lizzy's new Lovely Day collection "make the days count". I started grad school before I was pregnant with my littlest, so this was a total culmination to have us both in this picture. It was such a big moment to be done with the stress of grad school and to have more time to play and spend time with my Ry!
The Oh My Heart chipboard books were so on point with this LO topic! Enamel dots, messy threads, and splatters of India ink show a few of my faves to add to my pages.
I hope you are inspired to download this cut file and play along with Cut It Up for February. You have through March 5th to play along and post your projects in the challenge thread at PIFF on Facebook.
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