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    Ripped paper effect

    Hello fellow scrapbookers! Unfortunately, I am not as experienced as many of you are!

    I have seen a lot of people do a ripped paper effect. I don't have a picture of this on me (and I don't want to post one up without being able to credit someone). If anyone knows what I am talking about and knows how to do this, it would be greatly appreciated! Thank you so much!
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    Here is a link to a card that the scrapbooking forum moderator Stitch did:

    http://www.disneyworldtrivia.com/photos/showphoto.php?photo=10746&cat=745

    Most pattern paper have a white core (inside) like these papers do, but most cardstock are the same color inside and out.

    One thing I always have to remind myself is to make sure I rip in the right direction so that the cool looking ripped side is on the side of the paper I want showing. You might have to do a test first. Also, I would recommend ripping before you attach any pictures or elements on the paper. I have had problems before with the rip ending closer to the elements than I wanted them to be. Not ripping too fast is also helpful in this area.
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    another tip to ripping paper is to lightly wet a line where yu want it ripped with a wet q-tip or wet paint brush. it makes it easier to rip. im not sure if stitch describes this little trick or not, but there ya gi!
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    Ripped paper is normally what I get when I don't like something. Or maybe it's called confetti. I'm not sure.
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    Karen S.K. fellow scrapbooker and disney addict since September 12th, 1985

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    Quote Originally Posted by iwannabeminnie View Post
    Ripped paper is normally what I get when I don't like something. Or maybe it's called confetti. I'm not sure.
    too funny!! Thank you so much for the tips everyone!!! I need to practice now!!
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