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Old 02-19-2019, 01:54 PM   #1
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Red face Layered die cuts on card front

For some reason when I try layering my die cut they do not line up correctly. I usually get the die cut placed correctly on the front but the other layers using foam mounts don't look right. Here is a card using the technique I would like to do correctly. Does anyone have a tutorial?

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Hopefully this link will work and everyone won't have to cut and past it.

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Hi Verda! For layered frames, we do have a tutorial that should help you:

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Thank You so Much! I knew there had to be one just couldn't find it.
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Personally I think ovals, at least the Spellbinders ones, are particularly hard to get looking even. I think squares, rectangles and circles are much easier.
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I usually try ovals so perhaps that is why I am never happy with my end results.
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