For anyone who likes creating things with paper, this is one of the best measurement shortcuts I’ve ever seen. I learned it in a bookbinding workshop led by Cherryl Moote. If you need to divide a rectangular sheet of paper into equal pieces, lay a ruler with the zero on one edge of the page. Slide the ruler down until a number divisible by the number of sections you need appears on the other edge of the paper. For example, I want to divide my 8.5 x 11″ sheet into 5 equal sections. I slide
The Gentleman Crafter - 'You talk about addictive, this is truly addictive! The thing you MUST remember is to have a fresh stack of cardstock on hand, because you will be pulling monoprints all night long! Trust me! It's like this... "wonder what happens if I do this...what if I add this color....Oh that's cool, but if I do this what will happen." It was an awesome night for coming up with a ton of backgrounds I can go back and use when I need them.'
ELIMINATING BORDER FOLDER LINES I didn't use the bottom B plate. I put the folder and cardstock directly on top of plate A. I placed the craft stick on top of the border and topped that off with plate B.eliminating border folder lines