Hello! Most people who follow me and my work know that I love to work with circles. So anytime I have a chance to work with a circle cut file you know it is going to quickly become my new favorite! Today is no different, I am in love with the new Geo Globe cut file from The Cut Shoppe.
To start the layout I brought the file into my Silhouette software and created a bunch of different sizes of the Geo Globe. Next, I clustered the circles together and made sure they were slightly overlapping so I could weld them together and create one cut file. I cut the file out of white cardstock then backed the file with some beautiful paper from Felicity Jane.
I wanted to create lots of dimension on the layout so I adhered dimensional adhesive to the back of the patterned paper. I used a circle punch in 2″ and 3″ to cut few more circles out of various patterned paper and to cut out my photo.
For the additional circles I varied how much dimensional adhesive I used to create a little more interest and texture.
To finish off the layout I added a few chipboard circles and enamel dots along with a few coordinating word strips. I used a simple date stamp to document the month our photo was taken.
Such a fun layout to create! I love the mix of light and dark colors along with the vellum. I also love that all the colors are connected by the repetition of circles. Give this a try on your next layout and make sure that you tag The Cut Shoppe so we can swoon over your creations!
Thanks for stopping by today! Have a beautiful day!