Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Mahalo Scrapbook Layout

Hello, Connie Nichol here today with a bright and tropical layout featuring Suzanne Cannon's Mahalo Hawaiian scene electronic cutting file.

connie_nichol, quietfire design

Mahalo is a Hawaiian word meaning thanks or gratitude and I was truly grateful for my opportunity to travel to the Big Island of Hawaii and enjoy it with friends and family.  You can find the cut file here in the Silhouette store if you use a Silhouette Cameo, or if you use another electronic cutting machine, you can contact Suzanne Cannon at to request an svg file that can be used in other machines.  I ungrouped the elements shown below and cut each one out of different colours of BoBunny patterned paper.  I also added a beautiful Quietfire Design stamped quote to embellish the page.

We Do Not Remember Days

Mahalo for stopping by!

Supplies:  BoBunny patterned paper and stickers, Versafine ink, Elizabeth Craft Designs stitched oval die, Sakura pen

No comments:

Post a Comment