Scrapbook How-To: Make a Sandpaper Title

Bring your vacations to life on your layouts by using a texture that evokes memories, like Wendy Sue Anderson did on her Newport Beach layout. The sandpaper perfectly illustrates her family’s trip to the beach. Plus, her clever look is extremely easy to duplicate. Simply die-cut a title from cardstock and use it as a tracing template on sandpaper. Voila!

Newport Beach by Wendy Sue Anderson for Making Memories from Scrapbooking Tips & Tricks: Texture

Newport Beach by Wendy Sue Anderson for Making Memories from Scrapbooking Tips & Tricks: Texture


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You may be thinking, “Wouldn’t it be faster to just cut the sandpaper with the machine?” You’re absolutely right, it would be faster. However, when die-cutting textured materials, it’s important to be aware of what materials can safely go through your machine without damage to either the material or the machine. Always check your machine’s owner’s manual before die-cutting textured materials.

 

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