Friday, July 4, 2014

Free hand matching boarder

 Hello Friends 
    Happy 4th of July!!!!! Many of us think that Freedom is free but remember that Freedom is not free to so many, it coast their life so we can enjoy Freedom...... Thank you to all who serve our country so we can be in the land of FREE! Thank YOU!
 Now for today card it is not red white and blue but it is a fun one to have a perfect boarder and yes everyone that have paper and scissor can make them. No need of big shot and framelites for this one. Easy way to have matching layers with fun shape. You will see in my video at www.frenchiestamps.com how simple it is. You just need 2 piece of card stock and one is 1/4 smaller then the other, ling them up at the bottom make your cut and VOILA! you have the perfect match. Again you will see in the video how simple it is. 
If you look at the 3 little pearl on the side that is color with blendabilites yes you can color your pearl and jewels with these lovely markers LOVE IT. 
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Video at www.frenchiestamps.com



7 comments:

  1. Thanks for an amazing tip.

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  2. Frenchie, thanks so much for this video! I love the technique and your instructions are great!

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  3. Wonderful video! Now going to make one...you are an inspiration, France! TFS!

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  4. Frenchie, thank you for this demonstration. I love making borders on my cards, but I never thought of doing them this way. I love your free hand designs.

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  5. Frenchie, I love your videos. I have a tip for you that I use all the time. Save the backing sheet from your dimensionals. If you apply snail to your cardstock and then remember you wanted to do something (such as cutting your border in this video) you can lay your cardstock onto the backing sheet to prevent it from sticking while you continue to do what you wanted to do before you added the snail. I do this when I forget to punch or cut.

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  6. What a great technique for edging. Love it and it's so simple!

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  7. Thanks for sharing! Love this!

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