This is the set we are playing with. I love it for masculine stuff.
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The jig was created by taking 2 pieces of 6"x 6" cardstock, drawing straight lines with a ruler from corner to corner and from side to side in half.
Then I used a 4" square die to cut a square, then rotate the square so the points are aiming at the sides instead of the corners, and die cut again.
I had to do this on each 6"x6" square, then glue them together to give them a little more depth to hold my cardstock pieces.
You need a MISTI or Stamparutus or some other stamp positioning tool, but it is slick as snot! (That is pretty slick, by the way)
ETA: Gina K Designs has a Wreath Builder kit that came out this month, which is where I got the idea. Check out her video here: https://youtu.be/LRWUI0XuSJM
Now let's head back to Australia and Kelly Kent! She is one clever lass!
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