Published on May 17th, 2012 | by Cut@Home8
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!
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