Cut And Paste Sketches


National Scrapbook Day 2015: Family ...

Keep the party going! Another double page layout is yours this hour. If you are not a scrapbooker, remember you can still download these files and use the embellishment pieces for other projects.


Favorite Things free Scrapbook Layout Sketch

National Scrapbook Day 2015: Favorite ...

The party continues! Here's another free scrapbook layout sketch. This layout is heavy on the journaling and light on the photos. It includes five small journaling boxes for you to document some current favorites. Use the Pazzles Pen Tool to draw the categories, or print them on your printer and cut out. (The font is too small for cutting.)


National Scrapbook Day 2015: Camp ...

Are you celebrating this wonderful holiday? Here's another free scrapbook layout sketch. The tents on this layout are created by cutting two layers. Fold along the score lines of the top layer to open the doors of the tent before you adhere the top layer onto the bottom layer.



Drreamy day free scrapbook layout sketch

National Scrapbook Day 2015: Dreamy ...

Hooray for National Scrapbook Day! Here's your first free scrapbook layout sketch. This layout and all others shared today are part of our Cut and Paste Sketches series. While the sketch is a starting point for inspiration, the cutting files make it easy to create this layout in a snap.


Scrapbook Sketch: cuttable birthday scrapbook layout sketch

Cut and Paste Sketches: Birthday ...

Don't be deceived by the title of this post. This birthday layout is for every birthday celebration, whether it's for a kid, or a kid at heart. The file includes an alternate title "Birthday Boy" and includes spots for two 4"x 6" photos and two 3"x 5" photos. Remember these sketches provide inspiration, but they also include cutting files making the sketches themselves "cuttable." You can cut out all the pieces and use the sketch just as it is displayed, or use just the base pieces and add your own premade embellishments.


Cut and Paste Sketches: Snowy ...

Yesterday was the first day back to school after the holiday break for my kids. Saturday night the weatherman was predicting a big storm headed our way with snow Sunday through Monday. While I groaned aloud, they started celebrating the possibility of a snow day and thus another day of freedom. I made a snow day layout with the weather forecast in mind. But guess what? It didn't happen. It rained instead, and they were back to the grind yesterday.



Christmas Scrapbook Layout Cutting Files

Cut and Paste Sketches: Tis ...

Leave the Christmas cleanup until tomorrow and spend today documenting the season's festivities. Print out your pictures and use today's Cut and Paste Sketch to get your memories quickly captured. If you whip up a layout with this sketch and still want more, check out the Christmas Memories Layout Collection.


Cut And Paste Sketch: Center ...

Even though I am a die-cutter, I do occasionally like to pull out my stamps and make a few cards with them. Today's sketch is perfect for stampers. The center circle can be used for a cute stamped image and the banner above is the perfect size for a sentiment. Mix and match your papers and stamps and make dozens of unique creations.


Wicked Witch Layout Sketch

Cut And Paste Sketches: Wicked ...

It's been a while since I shared a Cut And Paste Sketch with you, but today I have a totally wicked layout to share. I'm hoping this layout can be used to document your Halloween parties and the yummy spooky treats you bake for Halloween. There are so many great Halloween paper lines this year, so the hardest part of making this layout will be choosing which papers to use.



Cut And Paste Sketches: File ...

I've mentioned before my love of paper started with office supplies and I admit I still love them. The back to school section of Target makes me giddy. Today's card was inspired by office supplies. This little file folder tab card would look even better held together with a big paperclip. Have fun with this design!


Nesting Birds Print & Cut ...

Recently, Pazzles has been providing us with some lovely sketches which include cutting files ready for download available in the Pazzles Craft Room. If you have not tried any of the Cut And Paste Sketches so far, I urge you to have a go. Once you have downloaded the sketch cutting file all you need to do is import the sketch cutting file into your Pazzles software. For my project I used the Circle Spotlight Card sketch. Now the difficult bit…….decisions! Choose your coordinating paper and cardstock and cut according to the design. You don’t even need to stick to the design and you can use all, some, or one element(s) of the design in your project.


Cut And Paste Sketches: Mighty ...

Scrapbook layout and card sketches are a great starting point for well designed, quick projects. Many sites offer sketch ideas, but they still involve measuring and hand cutting. I like to let my Inspiration do as much of the work as possible, so I often design my layouts and cards in the Inspiration Studio Software first and then cut them out. Today and every Tuesday I’ll be sharing these cuttable sketches with you in our Pazzles Cut And Paste Sketches series. You can expect to see single page layouts, double page layouts and cards, all ready for you to cut out and paste to your page or card base. You can use all of the pieces as is, or use just the design base and substitute your favorite ready made embellishments for the shapes. The layout I created for today's Cut And Paste Sketch is more of a finished layout, than a sketch, but you can certainly get rid of the title, crazy monkey and sneaky snake, and use the "bones" of the layout as a sketch. Have fun monkeying around with this page!



Cut And Paste Sketches: Scallop ...

I have some tiny little tag stickers that I bought years ago. The company was going out of business and I wanted to make sure I never ran out, so I bought several packages. These little sticker tags are the cutest things. Most of them are only about 1/2" tall and they look aged and vintage. This card was inspired by the sticker tags. Cut out your own tags and make them the centerpiece of your card.


May Guest Designer: Adeline Brill

Please help us welcome our special Pazzles Guest Designer this month: Adeline Brill! My husband and I recently painted several rooms in our home.  While painting each room and using our ‘vintage’ ladders, I was inspired to document the life of these two ladders. My go-to source for design ideas is the Pazzles Craft Room. My first choice is the Cut and Paste Sketches and I selected the sketch,  A Day in the Life. I welded one of the photo mats to create the popular Polaroid frame and then sized them to fit my three photos. I smudged them with chalk to create the splotches of paint on the ladders. For the title of the page I used the Painted Title Block and added the lettering using the Pen Tool.


Cut and Paste Sketches: Take ...

Making boy layouts is always a bit of a challenge for me. I just seem to freeze up when I can't use flowers on a page. Today's layout is perfect for a boy or a girl and can be adapted to any theme. Use the idea behind this layout to create other themed layouts. For example you could do a 3rd birthday layout by adding 3's in various fonts and sizes. Have fun creating something fun!



Cut And Paste Sketches: Circle ...

Have you played with our Cut And Paste Sketches yet? We hope they make the planning and prepping easier so you can quickly get to the fun part of embellishing your projects. Today's card is perfect for the stampers in our group. Stamp your favorite image in the circle and color it in. The pennant on the right is the perfect spot for a sentiment stamp. If you are not a stamper, use your Pen Tool to draw your stamps.


Cut And Paste Sketches: You ...

I love to browse the home aisles at Target and look for trendy patterns and color combinations. This weekend while shopping for a shower curtain I came across one that had stripes of various shades of pink. It was love at first sight, but not practical for my house. I kept thinking about it and decided to make today's Cut And Paste Sketch all about those pink stripes.


Cut And Paste Sketches: Medallion ...

Schedule in some creative time for yourself and make a whole stack of cards to cover any occasion. I love having my own personal card store in my closet. My mother and mother-in-law shop for cards in my closet too and they love having access to whatever they might need. Today's sketch is perfect for any recipient. It can be made masculine or childish, or dressed up for an elegant version. Have fun with this sketch and share your creations with us on Facebook or in the Pazzles Albums.



Cut And Paste Sketches: Bird ...

I love to add lots of layers to my cards with dimensional foam dots and embellishments, but the downfall is that they often are too chunky to send in the mail. Today's sketch can be made thick with dimensional dots and trims, or kept thin for mailing. The center circle is a cut out of the top paper so that the paper underneath shows through. I think this card would be beautiful in a monotone/ombre color palette or with a grungy vintage feel. Make it whichever style you'd like and give it your own special touch.


Cut And Paste Sketches: Away ...

Maybe it's the seven straight days of rain, or the sight of my dead yard, but I am itching to go someplace sunny and warm. It likely won't be happening soon, but hopefully I'll eventually have the perfect pictures for this layout. For now I'll have to look through photos of past vacations and dream of flip flops and beach towels. If a vacation is not in your near future, switch out the airplane for another embellishment and use it for pictures of a busy little boy or a family day trip. The bottom of this layout is created by folding the long scored strips into pleats and then gluing them together.


Cut And Paste Sketches: Fancy ...

Lately I have been really into shaped cards. As electronic die cutting machines become more commonplace , shaped cards have started to get very popular. A unique base shape is such a great way to start off a card. It's easy to make your own shaped cards using the technique taught in our Making Shaped Cards Video, but I thought it would fun to create a fancy oval frame for the base of today's sketch.



Cut And Paste Sketch: A ...

Several years ago I created a layout of my son with various pictures of his day. I recently came across this page and realized how precious it was. Even though the events of the day weren't exciting, it was those tiny moments that brought back a flood of memories. Most of our days are just ordinary days full of ordinary things, but years later the ordinary is special and you'll be thankful to have preserved them. As you take pictures of your day don't be afraid to take pictures of things in your life too, such as a favorite purse or a favorite room in your house. It will be fun to look back years later and notice the details.


Cut And Paste Sketches: Just ...

I like to have a few all purpose cards on hand for the times when I need a card quick. Today's Cut And Paste Sketch can fill in for a birthday, a get well card, or anything else you might need last minute. The Just For You sentiment applies to any occasion. The sentiment is cut from the top layer so whatever paper you have placed underneath shows through. Try a brightly colored patterned paper for a fun look. Add a character or a floral design on the circle piece, or add a die cut shape in place of the circle.


Cut And Paste Sketches: Finally ...

Today's sketch is perfectly timed to help you out with that stack of freshly printed fall photos. I've included an option for a 5 x 7 photo or two smaller 3 x5 photos. Attach a few of the leaves to the tree, then sprinkle the rest along the bottom of the layout. When I'm using sequins or small embellishments and want them to look random, I actually do sprinkle them on the page and then glue them down where they land. It helps achieve that truly random look.



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