28 Scrapbook Layout Ideas; Fraying

Fraying can create extremely interesting and artist border accents.

Fraying looks especially good in children's scrapbooks, as well as pages for your more creative and imaginative friends.

Be careful, fraying does not comply well with all themes. In some more formal themes fraying creates an unprofessional appearance.

Just cut your paper border about an inch larger than you need. Then, dampen this border by dipping only the edges of the paper into a shallow dish of water. Then, the edges of the paper can then be easily pulled off.

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