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Re: [BKARTS] Fake Deckle



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It may be sort of cheesy, but I've also used deckled scissors made by Friskars
(available at any craft store)... It actually looks pretty good (doesn't give
that "frayed" edge, but it is definately difficult to see a repeating pattern.

hope this helps

Quoting serifm <serifm@AIRMAIL.NET>:

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> I was taught to make a fake deckle with a wood rasp.  Put the paper down
> on a piece of book board or something equally heavy and attack the edges
> with the rasp.  I wouldn't want to do a bunch of paper like this, as
> it's time consuming, not to mention tiring, but it does work.  I have
> successfully imitated the feather deckle on Twin Rocker paper using this
> method.
>
> Sally Jackson
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