On Monday I shared a free cut file along with a lot of thoughts about using the Cricut Explore Air. Now I'm back to show you the layout I made with that chevron background. It goes with a couple of pocket pages from our trip to the Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens that I shared here.
The title is made up of two contrasting fonts which was what we focused on in week 4 of Type by Ali Edwards. Since I wanted the title and the background cut file to stand out, I kept the rest of the page very simple. Just some vellum shapes, wood bits, and a mini flair.
The last layout for this outing was inspired by a sketch from Kelly Purkey's Sketchbook 2015 class. The class is halfway through and as much as I enjoyed the 2014 class, this one is even better. With such bold patterns, I once again found myself limiting the supplies used to embellish my page.
If you wind up using my cut file, let me know, I'd love to see what you do with it!