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Old 08-28-2013, 04:19 PM   #1
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How do you make banners without using a die or folding the paper? The ones with the end's that look like the end of a ribbon. Thanks.
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You can use a punch. Some that work best are the six sided sampler from su or a square punch.
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I just mark a spot with a pencil and cut into it from each corner with a scissors or knife. If you use a ruler you can always mark where the centre of the strip is without having to fold it.
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There's a thread here with various tips and ideas on this.

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I've made banner templates with Studio program. I'm sure you could do the same with other programs including Word.

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I use a square punch and usually just eyeball it
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