Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Winter Snow Inked Emboss Folder Technique + Video

A swap card from my team member Anna Masternak reminded me of this fun technique. The last time I did this was five years ago with the Woodland Embossing Folder (see projects here), but it works with any embossing folder! 

The technique is simple: Ink up the "flat" side of an embossing folder and emboss the cardstock. I used Seasside Spray ink to make this card. I love the way the snowflakes "pop"!
Stampin' Up! Winter Snow Inked Embossing Folder + VIDEO ~ Aug-Dec 2020 Mini Catalog ~ www.juliedavison.com #stampinup

When you're done, simply rinse the embossing folder in the sink and dry it off. I added a heat embossed greeting and some of the gorgeous new Blue Adhesive-Backed Gems.
Watch the replay of my Thursday Night Stamp Therapy demonstration to see how I made this card and to see the swap card from Anna that inspired me!

Order the Stampin' Up! Products to Make This Project: Snowflake Wishes stamp set, Seaside Spray ink & cardstock, Misty Moonlight cardstock, Whisper White cardstock, Versamark ink, Silver Embossing Powder, Heat Tool, Winter Snow Embossing Folder, Stampin' Cut & Emboss Machine, Misty Moonlight Ribbon, Stitched Nested Label Dies, Blue Adhesive-Backed Gems, Stampin' Dimensionals

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Karen in Florida said...

Beautiful card, Julie! Blue seems to always be my go-to Christmas color. I really try to use red & green but usually decide on blue.
Thanks for your inspiration to use embossing folders for inked backgrounds. It's a great idea!

Linda Gibb said...

Love them all! 💕💕💕

Unknown said...

Thanks for the great video. I was wanting to see the e.f. up close. Ha, I often go to put the card front on wrong on my card base and then I notice in time. Only takes a few times of doing it wrong to catch myself before I do it now.