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Elf on the Shelf Scrapbook Page

Elf on the Shelf Scrapbook Page – Simply CUTe SVG

I’m pretty sure that I’m the only one a few years behind in my kids’ scrapbooks. Anyone else? …. Just me, huh? What the heck. Anyways…. I finally printed all my “Elf on the Shelf” pictures. Marked the dates and I’m ready to start. Years back I purchased a paper pack set from Close to My Heart. Love their paper and this one was perfect for our Elfie.

But now I looked all the pics and think I wish I had a quick layout. So I opened Adobe Illustrator and went to work with my graphic design skills. I created this Simply CUTe template to share.

Now we all can make a layout in just minutes. (I’m not responsible for how long it takes you to pick out paper, or any other impulse buys as you run to your favorite craft store for elf themed paper.) But when you settle down to scrap, We Can Make That together…

Simply CUTe SVG | Scrapbook pages you can cut and assemble in just minutes.

Here’s my first one:

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Elf on the Shelf Scrapbook Page “Simply CUTe” Steps:

1. Download my Simply CUTe Elf on the Shelf SVG file here.

2. Upload the items into Cricut® Design Studio.

I used 2 mats for this one. One for the 12×12″ page, and one for the red and white Elf hat. Below I show you how I turned off the Elf hat by clicking the eye on the right of the image icon. This will allow you to cut only the text and photo openings. *Be sure to click the Attach Button if they are not in place on the mat when you click the cut button.

 

3. Pick your paper and load your mat.

I manually centered, or you can off center the image here as well. Later I trimmed the page to an 11.5-inches and added a solid color behind this one.

4. Cut and assemble… done!

I added the stickers that came with the Close to my Heart paper pack and also the elf hat I created (That looks similar to the one our little Elf wears).

The product I made my page with are no longer available from Close to My Heart. But here’s a few things you can use to embellish your page.

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These Simply CUTe SVG files are also great if you do a book for more than one kid! They go so fast and can look adorable. You can add the embellishments right away or go back later and bling them out. If you attend crops, you can pre-cut many layouts and assemble there. Do you have an event you would like to see a Simply CUTe layout for? Comment below, I will watch the comments for ideas on my next design.

Happy Crafting!

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8 Comments

  • Reply
    Tori
    February 10, 2017 at 2:22 AM

    I tried to get into scrapbooking several years ago but didn’t get very far! But I just bought my first cricut the other day so maybe that’s all about to change…

    Can’t wait to have kids so we can do elf on the shelf! Anyway, love the blog, loads of inspiration here 🙂

    • Reply
      Chelly Masse
      February 10, 2017 at 7:16 AM

      Thanks, Tori! Be sure to subscribe, I plan to do a series for the Elf next Holiday and also I plan to have more SIMPLY CUTe layout SVG Files. I appreciate you stopping by! happy crafting!

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    Vicki @ Babies to Bookworms
    February 2, 2017 at 9:07 PM

    I love this idea! I had been thinking about a way to showcase some of our elf antics!

    • Reply
      Chelly Masse
      February 2, 2017 at 9:38 PM

      Thanks, Vicki! … they are fun little characters aren’t they?

  • Reply
    Melissa
    February 2, 2017 at 8:53 AM

    I think this technique could work for a vision board too…

    • Reply
      Chelly Masse
      February 2, 2017 at 9:25 AM

      Melissa! What a great idea. thanks so much for the inspiration!

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    Jackie
    February 2, 2017 at 6:21 AM

    As a huge scrapbook we myself – many moons ago – I loved the page you created and your tutorial. How often do you scrapbook?

    • Reply
      Chelly Masse
      February 2, 2017 at 9:24 AM

      Thank you, Jackie!! … I have 2 teenage kids and they each have about 5 scrapbooks, plus a few family vacation books from Snapfish. But it’s been about 2 years since I got into it. That was part of my motivation for the blog and hope to get caught up.

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