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    Senior Scrapper gluemore girl's Avatar
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    Waterfall folio Album

    Next project that I started last night. I found some small pics of my cats from year's gone by and thought this album would be a perfect little showcase for them.

    http://mysistersscrapper.com/?s=waterfall+folio.

    It's a quick little project that goes perfectly with me who has little patience, lol!

    PS- Does anyone have a tip for cutting chipboard straight?
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    That looks cool. Purrfect for you album. Can't help you any tips for cutting chipboard right.
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    That's a really neat little album. I'm definitely going to have to keep that in mind. And also looking forward to seeing yours!
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    I would die cut the chipboard where possible. Otherwise, I just use good old ruler and pencil before cutting! You can also score along the lines to make them easier to see and create a channel for cutting.

    Will check out the waterfall album link. Thank you Maria. That sounds like a great album for your cat pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaperPossibilities View Post
    I would die cut the chipboard where possible. Otherwise, I just use good old ruler and pencil before cutting! You can also score along the lines to make them easier to see and create a channel for cutting.

    Will check out the waterfall album link. Thank you Maria. That sounds like a great album for your cat pictures.
    Thanks for the tip Susan, I did try scoring it but the chipboard I got is quite thick. I ended up scoring a bit at the top and bottom, drew a line straight across, measured again and again, then used an exacto knife, a ruler and my glass mat.
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    Neat album. For cutting chipboard I use a metal ruler and an X-acto knife and just cut over and over again.
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