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Unread 02-09-2009, 01:53 AM   #1
Lynn in St. Louis
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Default TLC207 Cut it Out

Today's technique is simple. We're going to create a border or other page element by just cutting out part of an embossed design, patterned paper, or a stamped image, and use it as a part of your card.

You can use a Cuttlebug embossing folder, or if that isn't available to you, dig out some of that patterned paper you've been hording (yes, I mean you!) and find a pattern that will give you images to cut around (this will all be more clear after you see my sample card). And if you don't have any suitable patterned paper or an embossing folder, you can alway stamp an image and cut around it. So let's get busy and "cut it out" today!

You can see my sample HERE.

To see ALL the samples using this technique, click HERE.

...and as always, don't forget to use TLC207 (no spaces) in your keyword!
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