More Rippin' Rulers
August 11, 2009

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Lin Arman (posted 5 years ago)
I love the Webisodes please keep them coming. I have some of your papers and rulers I can't wait to get more and to start on Christmas Cards.....Lin
Sue (posted 5 years ago)
Awesome - had no idea how to use these rules - had been tracing with them !!!
love that you can use the inside tooo.....Great
lessons..
Sue
Lisa (posted 5 years ago)
Great ideas. Make me want to go and find my rulers again. Thanks
Audrey (posted 5 years ago)
Nice cards and idesd but I found it easier to use the decorative scissors instead.
Patty (posted 5 years ago)
Cool rippin rulers ! Karen Foster has taken the torn paper ruler idea to the next level. Really like the mix and match edges idea you showed in the video.
Barb (posted 5 years ago)
great segment--I use these rulers for some projects but now have better ideas. Also had not used the in side surface as i did not know the better way to place the papers. Thanks again....
lndastalker (posted 5 years ago)
DUH! I have had these rulers and others like it and I never even considered the opening in the middle! Thanks for pointing that out. I will say, these are not just simple rip and you got it. It does have a little learning curve. The problem Paula was having is genuine (nice to see that even the experts have trouble) one. I haven't used mine for ages. This video has made me think I should go back and try again.
Debbie (posted 5 years ago)
Loved the webinar!!! I bought the old style, but these are the best rules for textured straight edges!!! BUY THESE!!! NO ONE WILL EVER BE SORRY!

I use these when I run into a creative block & it always sparks my imagination!!!
Kathie (posted 5 years ago)
This all new to me. I can't wait to get started.
Lysiane (posted 5 years ago)
Like it alot this weekend i'm planning to make some cards
Thanks
Jessica (posted 5 years ago)
It gives it an older look, it also gives it more warmer feel to the page
Maria C. (posted 5 years ago)
Ihave the rippen rulers and the citrus paper. The idea of using them together is wonderful, your pages and cards came out beautiful, thanks for the great ideas. PS. I'm from PA, do you think you'll ever have a convention near our area?
becky (posted 5 years ago)
I really like your ideas about torn papers and the look that it gives to your pages. Its really a neat idea and got my creative juices flowing ,,thanks so much!
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