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Friday, August 14, 2015

More CM Border Maker Ideas!

Sharing some fantastic ideas from my sister CM Advisors! 

CMA Jill McLeester shared a great tip for using smaller pieces of paper in the Border Maker System:

To use paper strips that are not wide enough to fit in the Border Maker System take an old Cricut or Silhouette mat &  cut a strip off the mat that is 12 inches long and 2-3 inches wide.  Put the paper strip on the mat and then place it in the Border Maker System so that the magnet is grasping the mat.

What a great way to use up those scraps!!

Here are a few ideas shared by Candace.   Visit her blog for complete instructions and more fun ideas!

Features the Film Strip cartridgeBorder Maker Ideas on Lisa's WorkshopSome fun variations for this:  You could make this a limo, a boat, add school photos in the windows (maybe grades 1-11 with Kindergarten & Senior year elsewhere in the layout.)  What else could you use this idea for?

Features the Bubbles Cartridge and the Picket Fence cartridge that comes with the Border Maker System.Border Maker Ideas on Lisa's Workshop

Shared by the CM Home Office:
Features the Film Strip Cartridge and the Star Place & PunchBorder Maker Ideas on Lisa's Workshop

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Border Maker Ideas on Lisa's Workshop

Shared by CMA Sharon Oliver
Features the Bubbles CartridgeBorder Maker Ideas on Lisa's Workshop
From CMA Kate Shields:
Featuring the Red, White & Blue Paper Pack,
Star & Picket Fence Cartridges.

Border Maker Ideas on Lisa's WorkshopBorder Maker Ideas on Lisa's Workshop

Shared by CMA Diana Brinsley.
Features  Be Bold & Flourish paper and Slide-in Pack and the Shades of Neutral cardstock. Filmstrip and Bubbles cartridges.

Have fun!!

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