Cutting Basics SQUARE

Cutting Hack #5: Let’s Get SQUARE

In General Information, Other Goodies!, Video Tips for Paper Crafting by Lynn Como2 Comments

On the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month, I will be posting specific quick tips on paper crafting.  We all could use helpful ideas that are very useful and simple to do, right?

Have you ever wondered how to cut SQUARES out of your paper so you can use both the BASE and the INSERT?  This is a great TIP on how to save on bulk in your albums, or use your favorite patterns on both pages.  I LOVE this idea and use it frequently.  Let me show you how with this easy to use process that works so well every time you want to save on your stash!  Let’s get SQUARE and savor the use of two pieces of paper out of one 12 x 12 sheet.

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  1. Thanks for the tip Lynn (I already use this trick and go one step further as I cut out squares and rectangles when I mount photos onto patterned paper or if I have limited solid paper) otherwise it is such a waste and causes unnecessary bulk!

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      You’re welcome Rina! Glad you already use this technique and are able to use the extras in other areas. It definitely saves on bulk.
      Lynn

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