Okay, first off, is this Freudian or something that I made a kit called this???
(comes in SVG/AIv8/STUDIO/DXF, but no PNG/JPG)
This kit is designed to work in conjunction with any shape you’d like–
rectangle, square, rounded rectangle, circle, etc.
There are three sets of edges: circles, squares and rectangles.
Each set has a short and a long edge as well as a distressed combination.
Also, each set has one with no lines, a single line, or a cut out line.
You all know how I like variety.
I never can decide, so choice is veddy veddy good.
There’s also one distressed edge to use without some kind of “hole” edge.
Here’s how to use them.
First, in your cutting software, pull up the set of edges you want to work with
and delete all but the one you want to use. (Or move to a new screen.)
Next, draw the needed shape.
In my example I used a rounded rectangle and copied it twice.
Place the edge within the shape so that the holes line up evenly within the shape.
After that, cut them out of whatever paper you want to use.
(I kind of roughed up the edges so you could see them.)
In my example, I’ve used plain ol’ notebook paper.
Ledger paper would be cool too!
Cut several at a time and keep them on hand for journaling blocks on your page.
You can resize the edge to fit your project–making them small or large . . . or just “as is.”
Now, somebody better tell me if I’m all Freudian with this kit.
On second thought, maybe you better not tell me.
I don’t think I wanna know.