The Backwards Shirt | The Cut Shoppe

I have a new layout to share with you today that was recently on The Cut Shoppe Blog using The Picture Perfect Cut File!

12x12 scrapbook layout for The Cut Shoppe using the Picture Perfect Cut File.

I started with a white cardstock base and then used the Prima Tropicals Watercolor Confections to add color to the background. I positioned the frames from The Picture Perfect Cut File in a grid design on the background. I love how the yellow pops from under the frames!

12x12 scrapbook layout for The Cut Shoppe using the Picture Perfect Cut File.

I backed one of the frames with my photo, which happens to be a school photo of my kiddo. I don’t normally scrapbook school photos, but this one had a story that needed to be told! HA! I happened to home on picture day…which doesn’t happen very often since I work full time outside the home. I got Aidan ready for school, sent him off, and when he came home we were talking. I glanced at his shirt and noticed it was on backwards…and it had been that way the ENTIRE day! HA! Thankfully he was wearing a solid color shirt and the stitching from the tag wasn’t very noticeable! We both had a big laugh when we realized what had happened!

12x12 scrapbook layout for The Cut Shoppe using the Picture Perfect Cut File.

A lot of the embellishments are from older Amy Tangerine Collections along with a few other odds and ends from my stash. I discuss in my process video at the end of the blog post on how I’m constantly reorganizing my craft supplies & I went through a time period where I made a colossal mistake on opening all of my die cuts and organizing them by color rather than manufacturer. Let’s just say that didn’t work for me! So a majority of the embellishments I use on this layout have been removed from the original packaging so I’m not 100% sure on manufacturer. I’ve since moved on to organizing my embellishments in a way that is more workable for my creative flow.

12x12 scrapbook layout for The Cut Shoppe using the Picture Perfect Cut File.

I used retired alpha stickers from Close To My Heart for the title and my We R Memory Keepers Typecast Typewriter to add the journaling.

Now you can take a look at my YouTube Process Video.

Thank you so much for spending part of your day with me! Remember to head to The Cut Shoppe Etsy Store to check out all of the cut files & digital collections!

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