Have to share this easy trick with you! It's a brand new paper-cutting technique called Twice is Nice.
Cut two differently-patterned pieces of paper each measuring 4 x 5.25 inches. Holding them together as if they were one piece, cut diagonally from lower left towards upper right. You will have four pieces of paper.
Reassemble them into rectangles, but with the two patterns split up, to make two different cardfronts. The angles match perfectly because both pieces were cut at the same time.
Zero waste and zero need for measurements. I love this "Twice is Nice" trick!
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Want to recreate these Twice Is Nice cards at home?
Here's what you'll need to gather:
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