And, as one crafter put it, "how the heck did you keep those curved faux stitches so evenly spaced and the same curve."
Easy-peasy ... I'll show you!
First of all, the box was cut using Cricut's Tags Bags Boxes and More cartridge, using the "crayon box" setting. I used a full 12x12" piece of cardstock, and set my Expression to "Fit to Size". An added suggestion: set "Shadow".
Now for the faux stitching: Cheat!!!
Here's how I do it. Do you know those plastic canvas pieces we used to use before papercrafting took over our worlds? They come in round, rectangle, heart-shaped, etc. Then, as shown below, use them as a guide for your white gel pen:
Pretty neat, huh?
Ellen, that is such a great idea!! I love it!!
What a great idea!!! Thanks so much for sharing!
Oooh, great tip! :)
Genius!!!! I love this tip!
Why didn't I think of this! You are so smart!
What a Fabulous idea!!! Thank you for sharing :)
Oh my stars Thank you for this awesome idea!!! And congrats to the winner!!!
A great big gold star for you today. Thanks for the wonderful tip.
"Slap to the forehead" why didn't I think of that. Way to go. TFS
Excellent idea! I love to get such helpful tips like that!
What a brilliant tip!TFS!
Great tip. Thanks for sharing.
love that idea
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Totally brilliant Ellen! I have got to get that cartridge :)
That is the neatest idea, love it
wow,I would have never thought! what a great tip!
yay im the 300th follower. yippee. i love them plastic canvas things. i never thought of useing them the way you do. thanks for the great tip.
I love this tip ! i sooo struggle with getting this right thanks :)
I wondered how you kept the lines were straight and even. Thank you for sharing the secret.
What a clever idea!! I have many hobbies and have a bunch of this laying around....thanx for the inspiration..:)
super uber neat!!!!! I am coming from Gaby's linking Love party and I am starting to follow you!
Super cool idea! Thanks so much!
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