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July 30, 2010

MS cake border

I am glad to say that it cuts well at 1"
But makes the welding slow a bit.
Here is an image I cut - note the 1st two border were in one page and not the butterfly and flower weld.
The border's are from either MC elegant or MS all occasion  have to check but
they are 1 inch welded twice and then copied and flipped and welded - So total welding of one border is 4 times and that makes 8 weld in one page. So it is a little slow for welding the 8 pieces but not that bad. It took about just 5 - 8 mins and once it welded once - so better to preview - then when I cut it 2nd time it was fast and by fast I mean fast - So if your mat is a little less sticky hold the paper a bit so that it does not move. Don't hold on to dear life and ruin the machine by adding resistance but just let your hand hold and move or dance withe the blade.
Hmm. Maybe I have to make a video of my hands dancing with the cricut and gypsy. But alas!! my hands are not pretty like pink stamper or Jinger. So maybe not!!!!
Ok here is the picture/cut


Anonymous said...

Pam, these are great! I was hoping to do something similar as I love her punches, but have really limited space and cannot buy them LOL

BugHappy from cmb

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

These are beautiful border that can be used on so many projects. Thanks for taking the time to share them with us.

Leslie McGrath said...

very very pretty!!! How pretty would those be chalked and used on a heritage page!! You always show that the possibilities can be endless!!!

Beatriz Farquhar-Guzman said...

Love them!

Karen said...

Great borders! Thanks for sharing.

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