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Old 02-09-2010, 04:35 PM   #1
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Default If you use Perfect Layers...

...I just got the Perfect Layers rulers and am wondering how those of you who use it make popped up layers? Usually I mat my images twice with different papers, the stamped image will be glued onto one color layer, trimmed, then the second layer I like to adhere to another piece of cardstock with dimensional foam tape. I'm thinking this isn't possible to do with the Perfect Layers rulers, since the edge of the ruler won't be flush with the previous layer. Does this make sense? I'm having a hard time describing what I mean...
Maybe I'm just not using it correctly?
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Old 02-09-2010, 04:49 PM   #2
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I understand what you mean. What I do is use removable tape in the center of my two cardstock pieces, (I kind of make an X with the tape so that the cardstock layers don't shift. Then trim with the perfect layers, remove the tape and use my dimensionals to pop it up. I hope that makes sense.
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