New HOT Cut File from Amanda Robinson Studios

Is it hot where you live right now? I know some of you may be “Down Under” and in the middle of winter, but up here on the West Coast of Canada we are enjoying a particularly hot summer. Not all our summers are this hot but when they are we make the most of it.

Today I’m sharing a layout using the latest FREE cut file from Amanda Robinson Studios all about a particularly hot spell last summer.

WARNING: there may be some naked baby bum shots!! 🙂

2 Hot 4 a Suit by Alison Day

My youngest daughter is what you would call a free spirit. She most definitely marches to her own beat, walks her own path and pretty much ignores societal conventions. I’m sure it will help her go far in life but right now she is the main cause of my rapidly greying hair!

Case in point, she decided to strip down completely naked during a play date with her sister’s friends and jump into the pool.


Free as a bird!


But these photos were perfect for Amanda’s latest FREE cut file. The grass even discreetly covers her up!! LOL!

I felt like the word ‘HOT’ needed a bit more emphasis so I painted on some Gold Lame color shine. The rest of the title is made up from Basic Grey Chipboard Alphas from my March 2014 Gossamer Blue kit. I had to get creative with the title due to a lack of certain letters!!


The turquoise card stock and the bright coloured patterned papers from my June 2014 Gossamer Blue kit  worked with the feel of the story. I added a couple of the Evalicious Flair badges from the Main Add-on kit for June and used a wave cut file from my own library of downloads to create a fun border for my photos.

Okay, your turn. Download Amanda’s FREE cut file and create your own layout about a HOT memory (old boyfriend perhaps :)) and then share it with us. You can share it on the Amanda Robinson Studios Facebook page or my Facebook Page. Can’t wait to see them!

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