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Monday, July 23, 2012

Make Your Own - Photo Corners

Photo corners are really easy to make.  You can make simple ones from a strip of paper.  Make sure the paper is the same width as the depth you want for your photo corner.  Starting at one edge, fold the top corner down to meet the bottom edge. Take the long edge and fold it down to meet the front of the first folded edge.  This creates a triangular pocket.  The two flaps are the underside of your photo corner.  If you wish, you can trim the front edge with decorative scissors to give an interesting look.

Alternatively you can buy a punch to create photo corners.  That is what I've used on these pages.  The "Gratitude" page features layered corners - gray over white - with a punched snowflake and mini Jewel Dazzle glued on top to decorate it a bit.

This page shows plain photo corners - this time on the journaling block.

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