How To Create A Weave In Photos 😍😍😍 by Emily Rose - Musely
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How To Create A Weave In Photos 😍😍😍

posted in Entertainment
02/13/2015
  • Simply just fold one picture in half, cut it from the fold towards the edge, DO NOT CUT TO THE EDGE THIS WILL NOT MAKE A WEAVE!!!
    Simply just fold one picture in half, cut it from the fold towards the edge, DO NOT CUT TO THE EDGE THIS WILL NOT MAKE A WEAVE!!!
  • Take a second photo an cut into strips like in the picture above.
    Take a second photo an cut into strips like in the picture above.
  •  Put the strips in to order like so
    Put the strips in to order like so
  • Start to weave the strips in and out of the first photo.
    Start to weave the strips in and out of the first photo.
  • The result will look something like these.
    The result will look something like these.
  • All photos used in this tip are that of my own, but you can use any picture to do this.

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