When punching border strips using the border edge punches, how do you get the design to line up to make one continuous border strip. I can never get the second side to line up. I've watched the video but it doesn't tell you how to line up the second edge of the border.
— lynnscraps, OH on May 15, 2011

Practice definitely makes perfect when it comes to paper ribbons. They can be a bit tricky at first. To create a paper ribbon, punch one side of your paper like you would punch any other border. It works well to line up your paper with the left edge of the punch and then go from there. Once you've punched one entire side, flip your paper over and again line it up with the left edge so you end up with the same image being punched. You should be able to punch down the entire side of the paper and create a paper ribbon. Hope this helps!