Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Saw

ALL paper is from The Paper Company's Value packs.



As I'm sure you can tell this one was free handed all the way.  I measured out a piece of gray cardstock double the size that I wanted the saw and folded it in half.  I cut the jagged edge of the saw blade, through both layers, definitely free hand this one, it makes it look more real.  I cut the handle out, make sure you have a big enough edge on one side so it can connect into the blade.  I ran ATG tape on the inside edges of the saw blade, put the handle in, ran a little more ATG tape on top of the handle and closed it up.


I cut photo-mats so that they would fit inside the saw.  I used ribbon attached with a brad to add a grab tab to make then easier to pull out


I used eyelets, brads and ribbon to connect them all together and to connect them to the saw blade.


You need to use a good amount of ribbon so that they will fit nicely inside.

Happy Crafting!!!!

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