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Embossing Folder Tips and Techniques!

There are SO many things you can do with Embossing Folders! There are a few embossing folder tips and techniques that are very simple, yet create impressive effects on projects that I would like to share with you!

Some of you likely know these already, but for those of you who are just discovering the world of embossing, you will have a blast trying these techniques which will inevidably lead you to try more!

If you are wondering what embossing folders are and what kinds there are, you can click HERE that will take you to our blog specifically focused on comparring the different embossing folders on the market that you can find at cutathome.com.

The video today will show you a couple of inking techniques and several different materials that you can emboss which you may already have laying around your house! I used the Grand Calibur machine with a Spellbinders M-Bossabilities for my demonstration, but these techniques can be used with any of the embossing folders that we carry, such as Sizzix Textured Impressions, Tim Holtz Texture Fades and Texture Trades (ATC size), Quickutz and Cuttlebug.

There are so many things you can do with these babies, but this should help you get a start on trying new things with your amazing embossing folders! If you don’t try, you will never know how much fun it can be! So grab your embossing folders, paper, die cutting machine and some ink and let’s get started!

Did this help get you started? Did you learn something new? I would LOVE to hear some of the things you have tried with your embossing folders! If you have tried a technique that you would like to share, please leave a comment. That would be awesome!

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!

Carrie

 

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I love Scrapbooking, Rubber Stamping, and Card Making Ideas and Projects,which is why I started CutAtHome.com! I enjoy offering the Best products,ideas, & videos for Spellbinders,Sizzix,Provo Craft,Quickutz,Graphic 45,DCWV,Hero Arts,Making Memories and much more!

8 Responses to “Embossing Folder Tips and Techniques!”

  1. MargieH Says:

    FABULOUS, Carrie! What timing I have a project coming up with the letter press! Great minds think alike! LOL!!

  2. Cut@Home Says:

    Thanks Margie!

  3. Carolyn R Says:

    That was really great. I had no idea you could do so many things with an embossing folder. I especially like the letter press technic. Thanks

  4. Cut@Home Says:

    Oh yes! There are even more techniques you can use embossing folders for. We just showed a few examples!

  5. Hsiu Harary Says:

    Hey just wanted to give you a quick heads up. The words in your post seem to be running off the screen in Opera. I’m not sure if this is a formatting issue or something to do with browser compatibility but I thought I’d post to let you know. The design look great though! Hope you get the issue resolved soon. Cheers

  6. Cut@Home Says:

    Hsiu, this could be possible because Opera is not a well used Browser. To get a website and blog to comply under all browsers is a difficult task. I will tell our web programmer, but I would also recommend to use google chrome which is very fast as well, OR firefox are the browsers of our choice for site viewing.

  7. Rosie W. Says:

    I enjoyed your demo with the folders. One question I have: What do you use for adhesive on vellum that will not show on the good side? Also, when I cut a die and I use wax paper it sometimes leaves a beautiful piece – I would like to save it and use it – have you found this when you work with a die? Another project to what to use for adhesive. I have zyroned it but that doesn’t seem to work very well as the wax paper is too delicate. TAL for your reply.

  8. Cut@Home Says:

    I use a velum tape which you can find at most craft and hobby stores or online. You can use this as well with the wax paper cut outs that you want to save and use! I have used my wax paper cut outs. There are some that are just to pretty to toss!

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