The vellum is quite thick, but cuts like buttah. I placed my blade on a depth of 5 and a speed of 5 to get a nice clean cut.
I also used a couple of punches to create a few shapes in coordinating colours.
Now, what to do with all the scraps?
I used a lot of scraps to create this patchwork background.
This one was pretty fun for this Type A personality. I punched several 2" squares out of random scraps (and some non-scraps), I then went to town putting them on the background willy-nilly, and not overly concerned about what colours were next to one another. Doing it this way allowed me to get the background cut apart, and stuck down in only 20 minutes. The sewing of them took about another 20 minutes (I'll be honest - a little tedious, but a really fun look), again I was not at all concerned with which pieces were sewn which way, I just kind of went for it.
I used a scrap of regular vellum for the butterfly, which I cut with my Silhouette.
My journaling is tucked away on a Chic Tags card. Simple, and fun, and a great way to use up some of those gorgeous colour and styles of vellum.
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Thanks for stopping by today friends.
Wow wow wow!! These are gorgeous! I loveeeeeeeeee the colors and the background patterns you created!!!!!!!
LOVE both of these layouts! That cut file is amazing and the triangle pattern is great!!
Fabulous pages! I haven't had great success with cutting vellum so thanks for the tips!
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