Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Here's a tip for cutting around images without leaving a white border. It can be difficult to cut tightly around the image and consistently stay just on the outside edge of the image. However, once the image has been cut out, mistakes can be hidden by drawing around the cut edge with a small black marker. Also, lines that have been cut in too much can be drawn back and white spots can be "erased" in areas that the scissors couldn't reach.