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Taking It a Step Further

Wasn’t that fun? And it was just the beginning!

Now that you’ve at least gotten a feel for InDesign, there’s nothing stopping you from building a vast personal library of all kinds of border dressings! The examples in Figure 4.33 were all created with InDesign using the same foundation explained in this chapter. A few tweaks in the Strokes panel, combined with some color and a handful of fun dingbats, makes a world of things possible.


FIGURE 4.33. With InDesign, creating a whole library of border designs to suit any purpose is a cinch! You can find these examples and more—in a variety of sizes—at

You don’t have to be limited to only 5 x 5 borders, either! You can make them in a variety of sizes, the most common of which are 5 x 5, 8 x 8, and 10 x 10. Check out some additional examples and get inspired at

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