Sunday, July 20, 2014

Forever Sisters Layout

Hello! Britt Bass here from Pink Paper Crowns bringing you a fun layout that includes a big banner and lots of room for journlaing!

First up, though, we have the FREEBIE of the Day!!

Sports Borders SVG cutting files for scrapbooking sports balls clipart sports svg cut files cricut cut files free svgs
Aren't these AWESOME!?  You could even use the starts for 4th of July pictures!

This layout pretty much started from these photos and a sketch that I had pinned on Pinterest ( sketch by Jana Eubank!)


I like using sketches for die cutting projects because I can put all the elements into my digital mat (even if I'm not cutting all of them) and see how things are going to turn out, proportionally.  Here is what my digital mat looked like, once I decided on the files I wanted and the changes I would make to the sketch.

I didn't worry about the colors or exact shapes, but I did put the photos in the correct size and tried to keep the proportions very similar because I sized everything to fit with this, basic layout.

Here is my finished page:

As you can see, the finished layout has lots more embellishing and is really much softer because of the colors in my supplies.

Here are the files I used:

Forever Sisters SVG scrapbook title sisters svg scrapbook title svg cut files

Banners Set Of 5 SVG cut files for scrapbooking free svgs free svg cut files banner svg cuts

Banners Set of 5 (My Favorite!)


I hope you like seeing part of my process when designing my layouts using cut files!

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Have an awesome day!!!


  1. I'm a big fan of Miss Kate and did not know she had a blog until I saw yours tonight. So excited. I'm a new Silhouette user and love to print and cut this adorable images. I really liked your Tommy Cupcake card. TOO CUTE! Thanks for sharing. I also subscribe to your Simply Silhouette blog. Good job.