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Wednesday, February 22, 2012


Today I'm showing a couple of cards that used leftovers from my scrapbooking and highlight the use of one of my tools -- a corrugator.  Looking at the top of this first card, you can see the wavy corrugation it created in the cream colored card stock.  Here's a second card using the same technique, this time near the bottom of the card. 
Corrugators come in a wide range of shapes.  In addition to those making wavy lines like this one, I've seen ones that emboss hearts, diamond shapes, and bubbles - to name a few.  They can be a quick and easy way to add a bit of texture to your paper projects.

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