Tuesday, June 30, 2009

More 12 x 12" borders--1/2 in, 1 in, and curved -- click here for cut file


OK, first of all I want to point out that when you press the shift key with the third feature key pressed on the Storybook cart, you get a lot of nice pre-made corners:


Below are the borders in the cut file. If you want templates for making your own, just delete the corners that are already there. If after doing so & you add your own corners & you get something kind of wonky looking when you press the view button (and view the created image on a blank page), just go back to the image & press "copy, delete, paste" (in that order, no need to copy on to another page) on one of the outermost shapes. That would be one of the 12" long rectangles.

On the image (first one below) where the border was made from long, narrow ovals-- remember that you will still get a straight line on all of the outer edges (it will be a 12 inch square when cut out, but with the inner part of that border being curved-clear as mud?) because of the way the image will actually cut--nothing outside the faded lines that are inside of the green lines (the green lines that denote the actual outer borders) will cut, so the outer edges of your paper will be the outer edges of the finished image. But since the inner edge of the oval is inside the "cut zone", that part will cut. Yep, just test this one out on some scrap paper so that you can actually understand what I just said.

















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