Christmas Decorations with the Grid Diagonal
The embossing and perforating grid diagonal is specially developed for embossing dots and making perforations in parchment paper. You can create beautiful, decorative designs by positioning the dots and perforations in a particular pattern. The diagonal direction of the holes in the grid is particularly suitable for working with shapes such as the triangle, diamond or six in circle. There is an endless number of possible combinations using these and other shapes. As a finishing touch, the perforations can be cut out to create nicely opened parts.
This book with designs by Waltraud Gessner & Danielle Benz is full of ideas to create a Christmas atmosphere in your home. It includes a variety of projects, ranging from a window decoration to a Christmas menu set. You do not have to master all parchment craft techniques to create these projects. What's important is that you enjoy working with parchment paper. Once you are familiar with how the diagonal grid works - which isn't as difficult as it may seem - a new world will open up for you which you are bound to enjoy!