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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

HOW TO CUT AND SCORE A CARD BASE

      Knowing How to Cut and Score your card stock is essential......
      Stampin'Up's thicker card stock is a must if you want a quality card base with 
            color all the way through...no white core.

     THERE ARE 2 WAYS TO CUT AND SCORE A 8 1/2" X 11" PIECE OF CARD STOCK ( FOLDS ON EACH FINISHED CARD WILL BE IN DIFFERENT PLACES
         ...TOP OR SIDE)

TIP.......ALWAYS CUT AND SCORE 2 CARD BASES AT THE SAME SEATING
                    and  you can tuck one away all ready to use for the next time

                
             1CUT YOUR 8 1/2" X 11" CARD STOCK IN HALF LENGTHWISE
                 SO THAT YOU WILL HAVE 2 PIECES MEASURING 4 1/4" X  11"
             2. SCORE/CREASE EACH PIECE ACROSS THE 11" LENGTH AT 5 1/2"
             3. FOLD ON THE SCORE LINE....
                  YOUR CARD SHOULD MEASURE 5 1/2" X 4 1/4"


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