Because I needed a  third hand, this is what I designed to help me "corral" the medallion card stock.

I used the 12 x 12 card board from a DSP package and cut two 1" strips.

I overlapped the ends about an inch and used two strips of Sticky Strip to securely adhere them together.  The finished length is a about 23".

Then I went to a local fabric/craft store and purchased a small roll of Velcro.  I added the soft fluffy part to the entire surface of the outside of the strip.


Next I used one of the Velcro circles (Differnt style of Velcro) and added one of the "grippers" at one end on the opposite side of the card board.


Here is what it looks like rolled up.


Then I put in a medallion (strips were cut at 2 1/4"), secured the circle around it, and marked the inside of the card board so that I will know how big to make the circle when I am making this size of medallion.

 Below, look just beyond the "2 1/4" mark and you will see  the outside ring that has been pulled to the black line.  It's the perfect size!

Then each time that you make a new size, mark the inside of the "corral" so that you will know where to secure the velro circle and make the correct size "corral".


Now, someone will probbly come up with a more durable material for a homemade corral.  It is all that I could think of quickly.  Maybe there is a type of then plastic that we could cut?

If you figure out a different version, please let me know what you use as your material!

Have fun!!!!

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