Inspired Borders for your Scrapbook Pages
Fun borders not only add a touch of whimsy to your scrapbook page, they also help move your eye around the page, and create unity. They can be a great way to use up extra supplies and scraps, and they also help give a page a certain feel. Here are two different borders you can try on your scrapbook pages.
Kate created a fun border using the circle remnants found when emptying her hole punch. The idea for her circle border arose unexpectedly. She explains, "I emptied my hole punch while working on a mini book and loved the way the circles looked as they splashed across the paper."
Mou Saha's page scores big with this fun backyard scene. Along with a title that has been inked to look like dirt, she also adds the look of grass with a unique border. Spray ink adds the perfect touch and looks just like grass stains!
How to Create a Grass Border
1. Tear paper into strips.
2. Make 1/2" cuts along torn edges, about 1/8" apart.
3. Adhere paper strip to background, and spray with ink.
Fabulous Felt Borders with Decorative-Edge Scissors
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