Friday, May 16, 2014

Ideas for the Lite Cutaparts

The Lite Dungarees Kit just shipped yesterday and I love the Cutaparts in this collection!

Lite Dungarees Kraft Cutapart used as embellishments.

The Kraft Cutapart used here is part of the Dungarees Lite Kit, and it's also available as part of a 3-Pack in the store if you need more for your layouts.

The cutapart comes complete with little registration marks for easy trimming. I chose to cut apart the "Together we make a family" quote into smaller pieces for a different look.

I added color using a white pen before attaching it to the page using foam squares.

Dungarees Lite Kraft Print Layout

Let's take a closer look at the Roman Numeral section of the cutaparts.

1. Instead of cutting them apart individually, keep the four sections together.

2. Using a grid ruler, score along the left border of each image.

3. Cut along the other three sides of each image with a craft knife and grid ruler.

4. Use the bone folder and grid ruler to open the doors on the score line.

5. Create a mini door pull with Washi Tape, which is included in the Lite Kit.

6. Attach to your page and fill each door with desired photos, rubber stamping and journaling.

Dungarees Lite Kit Layout on Plain Blue
Thanks for taking this closer look at the Lite Dungarees Cutapart. Enjoy this fun kit and I hope you find time to be creative today!

Kay at Club Scrap


  1. Awesome! I especially love the pop from the white gel pen, great ideas.

  2. What a beautiful lay-out. I love the hidden journaling and photo behind the little doors. I know you didn't point it out but your 2013 journal "patch" is pretty cool looks just like a worn patch off a well-loved pair of jeans!
    TFS Kay!

    1. Thanks a lot! That patch is from the other cutapart sheet in the same kit...I should have pointed that out :) Thanks again.

  3. Great pages! I just love what you did with the Roman numeral die cut. I never would have thought to keep them together and cut out little doors. Will definitely need to do that. Thanks for the inspiration!

    1. I agree Lisa, that is a great tip!! I would have never done that either.

  4. Wonderful tips, Kay and they make great pages.

  5. very good idea and great layouts


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