Do you use background digital cut files on your projects? Maybe you aren't sure what to do with them besides the obvious use as a background. Maybe you're wondering how many times you would want to use the same background. If you are on the fence about buying these types of cut files, keep reading. I think you are going to look at them a little differently from now on!
Today, I'm sharing a fun new way to use background digital cut files that will help you get the most out of them and it that is sure to get your creative juices flowing!
CUT IT UP TECHNIQUE WITH BACKGROUND DIGITAL CUT FILES
I started with the 17turtles X Marks The Spot Background Cut File and cut it from white cardstock using my Silhouette Cameo. However, instead of using it as one large piece on my background, I cut it into pieces to let it look like it was hanging off the sides of my page. I still used it as a background element, but this technique helps you get a little more out of a cut file by giving you a different way to use it. I always like to get the most out of my crafty stash, don't you?
17TURTLES DIGITAL CUT FILES | X MARKS THE SPOT
So what did you think? Are you seeing background cut files in a whole new light? What are some ways that you can think of or that you have used cut files that are different than there original purpose? I'd love to here about them and even see them!
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