a. Prepare your materials (your craft mat, white paint pen & craft pick)
b. Place your cardstock on your craft mat with your craft pick. I chose plain red cardstock for this tutorial. (You can use any colored cardstock. I’d suggest you make use of plain, solid-colored cardstock & not pattern paper. This would make your faux eyelet more visible.)
c. Pierce your cardstock on the corner – make sure that it’s not so near the corner edge to allot space for your white paint marker. (You have to gauge how big you want the diameter of the tip of your craft pick to go through your cardstock. It depends upon how big or how small you want your pierced hole to be.)
d. After piercing the corner of your cardstock, draw around the pierced hole with your white paint marker. (Make sure that it is a perfect circle or the closest you can get to a perfect circle with your paint marker.)
2. Using Black Marker:
a. Prepare your materials (your craft mat, black marker & craft pick)
b. Place your cardstock on your craft mat with your craft pick. I chose light plain cardstock with the digital image already printed on the center for a card I previously created. (I chose light colored cardstock since I plan to make use of my black marker for the faux eyelet.)
c. Pierce your cardstock on the corner. Careful not to pierce near the corner edge. I wanted a bigger hole so I pushed my craft pick till the end.
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