This Christmas Pines card Kiev designed uses cardstock, ink, and embossing powder. It uses a Two-Step stamping Technique which means that you use two stamps for each branch and three stamps for each Pine Cone. Add White Embossed Snowflakes if desired to add some shine to your card. This is a #SimpleStamping card. SUPPLIES: Stamps:Christmas Pines Photopolymer #142049 Inks: Garden Green
VersaMark OR Whisper White for Snowflakes Markers: Real Red
Garden Green Heat Embossing:White Embossing Powder #109132 Heat Tool #129053
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Cut your Whisper White card base at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Score and fold at 4-1/4″. 2.Stamp your Sentiment.
~Stamp the Tag image in Real Red ink in the lower left corner.
~Stamp your Christmas Blessings in Garden Green ink inside the Real Red Tag image.
~Stamp the straight small leaf garland in Garden Green ink
~Stamp the rounded leaf garland in Pear Pizzazz ink.
~Use your Real Red and Garden Green Markers to color the small Holly Leaves and berries. Stamp over the last “S” as shown. 3. Stamp your Branches.
~Solid Branch in Pear Pizzazz ink.
~Stamp over the Solid Branch with the other Branch Stamp using Garden Green ink. 4.Stamp your Pinecones:
There are three Pine Cone stamps each in two sizes shown from left to right on your Stamp Cover Image: a minimal image, a medium image, and a solid image. You will be using all three of each size per pine cone. Stamp a large Pine Cone and a Small Pine Cone as shown.
~Stamp the Solid stamp in Crumb Cake
~Stamp the medium stamp in Soft Suede
~Stamp the minimal stamp in Early Espresso. 5. Optional Snowflakes.
~Stamp the Snowflake images several times on your card front, just NOT on the sentiment. Use either Whisper White Craft ink OR VersaMark ink.
~Place card on a piece of scratch printer paper. Dump White Embossing Powder over the stamped Snowflakes. Dump the excess back into the jar.
~Melt with your Heat Tool until all the Snowflakes are shiny.
Your Card is finished.
Do you have trouble getting a good stamped image when using large stamps? Try this easy trick to get a perfect image every time! I am demonstrating this technique using the Tags & Tidings Bundle from the 2018 Holiday Catalog which has a large stamp and coordinating Framelit.
This Video is about 5-1/2 minutes long.
SUPPLIES: Bundle: Tags & Tidings Photopolymer Bundle # Ink: Call Me Clover Markers: Real Red
TIPS: 1, Lay your stamp down with the stamp facing up. Lay your cardstock gently on top of the stamp holding it down with your fingers so it does not slide and smear the ink. Continue holding onto the cardstock while rubbing another stamp block over the cardstock where the stamp is. Put your fingers on the other side of the cardstock while rubbing the other half of your stamp and cardstock. Peel the cardstock of quickly, lifting straight it straight up so you don’t drag the cardstock over the stamp and add smears to your image. 2. When die-cutting your Tags & Tidings, line up the tags in two opposite corners such as the upper right corner and the lower left corner. Everything else will line up nicely then. Yes, there are parts that were stamped that don’t get cut out as part of the tag.
Would you like a Snowflake Embossed card front? Now you can by using the Blizzard Thinlit and the Big Shot Embossing Mats. It is pretty easy if you follow these instructions. The look you get is amazing!
BIG SHOT SANDWICH: 1. Big Shot Platform with Thin Die Adapter REMOVED (OR Multipurpose Platform with 1-2 tabs open) 2. White Impressions Mat (Thick white mat from Embossing Mats kit) 3. Gray Silicone Mat (from Embossing Mats kit) If you want lightly embossed Snowflakes you can try using the Blue Silicone Mat 4. Cardstock 5. Die with cutting edge on cardstock 6. Normal Top Cutting Pad
The reason they call it a sandwich is because it is assembled like a sandwich.
The Big Shot Platform is the Plate.
The White Impressions Mat and Cutting Pad are the bread slices.
The Silicon Mat, Cardstock, and die are the meat, cheese, and lettuce. Sorry, no condiments included on this sandwich. 😉
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TIPS: 1. Fill your Stampin’ Spritzer with Water. 2. Only give 4-5 spritzes with your Stampin’ Spritzer. 3. Use a Stampin’ Spritzer rather than a normal spray bottle. The Spray Bottle will get the cardstock too wet making it curl as it drys. This will also make it harder lay flat when you attach it to your card.
I have had some questions about using Multipurpose Adhesive Sheets with die cuts. In this video, I show you how to use Multipurpose Adhesive Sheets with detailed Thinlits. The process is the same when using these Adhesive Sheets with Framelits. This process turns whatever you are cutting out into stickers.
TIPS: 1. Figure out how much cardstock you need by laying out what you want to die cut on a piece of cardstock. Measure how wide and how long the cardstock needs to be. Cut to size if desired. Cut your Multipurpose Adhesive Sheet the size needed. 2. Rub the word side of the Multipurpose Adhesive Sheet with your Bone Folder. Use the cut line at the edge to help you pull the word sheet off the adhesive and backing. If the cut line is not there, use your fingernail at the corner to help separate the word sheet from the adhesive and backing. 3. Attach the Multipurpose Adhesive Sheet to the back of your cardstock. 4. Lay out the dies on the cardstock with the adhesive sheet on the bottom. Cut. I usually go back and forth four times. Pull out both cutting plates and flip over so you can see how well your Thinlit was cut. If necessary, cut again with the bottom facing up this time. 5. Lay out your die cut on your card front to determine where to put it. Remove the white Adhesive Backing and stick to the card front. You can rub your Bone Folder over the die cut to make sure it sticks well.
TIPS: 1. Lay your Laser Cut Paper on one Silicone Craft Sheet when you apply your Glue. Move it to the other Silicone Craft Sheet to attach it to cardstock. Otherwise glue gets on the top of your Laser Cut Paper and makes it stick to everything it touches. 2. Use only very small dots of Glue on the back of your Laser Cut Paper to prevent it smooshing out and making a mess on your card front.
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Have you ever had a ribbon come unattached after attaching it to your card or project? Watch this video to learn an easy way to attach ribbons and help your ribbon stay where you put it! Grab some ribbons, SNAIL, and Glue Dots and a project to attach the ribbon to.
I am sure you have probably seen the person blowing the Paper Elephant’s Trunk on Facebook. I was disappoinged there really were not any directions or measurements. It took me about 30 minutes to figure it out. So….Summer is here and the kids are home from school. Here is an Elephant for them to make and play with. The Template gives the general measurements, but they are only guidelines EXCEPT for the 5-1/2″ measurement at the bottom of the page which helps form the basic Elephant head shape. The Kids can also turn the Elephant into imaginary animals if they want. You can even give prizes for the most original, most realistic, best decorated, best coloring, Trunk moves the best, etc.
SUPPLIES: Two 8-1/2 ” x 11″ pieces of paper: Printer paper or light-weight patterned paper works best especially for the trunk.
Scissors or paper trimmer
Simply Scored or Paper Trimmer with scoring blade
Tear & Tape Adhesive
Markers, Colored Pencils, etc to decorate your Elephant. Print 2 Page Template
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Choose your paper.
~You will need an 8-1/2″ x 11 piece for the head and a 4″ x 11″ piece for the Trunk and the straw holder.
~For the Elephant Head and Ears you can use any weight of paper.
~The paper for the Trunk should be light-weight similar to Printer Paper. The lighter-weight the Trunk paper is, the easier it is to blow and have it move. Let’s admit this is the fun part and the point of the whole Elephant. Elephant Head 2. On the 11″ edge of the paper make a mark in the center at 5-1/2″. Or you can partially fold it in half and make a small creast in the center. 3. Draw a line from the center mark at the bottom to each of the corners on the top edges. Cut on those lines. 4. Fold up the bottom point to the back side of the Elephant. Glue it down. 5. Fold your Ears down from the top two corners. 6. Color or decorate your Elephant Head. ElephantTrunk 7. Cut a 2″ x 11″ piece for the Trunk. Roll it around a pencil leaving the last 2″ or so flat. Look at the picture so the Trunk will curl the correct way. Although you can experiment with positioning if you want. Glue the top 2″ to the back of the Elephant Head on top of the Point you folded up and glued down. Try to get it on straight so it will move better when you blow on it. StrawHolder 8. There are two ways you can make the straw Holder. Both are 2″ wide. It si nice if the paper is cardstock weight or heavy printer paper.
~Flat. This is the simplest, but the straw moves around more. Cut a 2″ x 11″ piece of paper. Measure it so it sticks out about 1/2″ past the bottom of the Elephant Head and onto the Trunk and ends at the top of the Head or a little below. Put Tear & Tape on both the long edges. Put the straw down the center of the back of the Elephant Head and put the paper over it. Tape down one side, then with the straw down the center, tape down the other side. Now blow through the straw and watch the Trunk move!
~Triangle. Cut a 2″ x 11″ piece of paper. Make Score lines down the 11″ length at 1/2″, 1″, 1-1/2″. Fold the Score Lines. Measure the length of your Elephant Head down the center back and about 1/2″ onto the Trunk. Cut it off there. Use Tear and Tape along one of the fold lines on the outside section. Attach it to the other edge with the sections overlapping and forming a triangle. Attach a strip of Tear & Tape along the back side of the Triangle (you choose which is the back side.) Attach it down the center back of the Elephant Head sticking out about 1/2″ or so onto the Trunk. Put the straw in the Triangle and blow to make the Elephant Trunk move.
Have Fun!! See how many different Paper Elephants you can make!
Have you wondered how to get two or more different colors on your stamped image? The Stamp with Markers Technique will give you great results every time! This is an easy Technique to use with both Rubber and Photopolymer stamps. Try it out today! You can SHOP from the NEW Catalog TODAY!!
This Video is 9 minutes long.
BASIC SUPPLIES: Stampin’ Write Markers in your choice of colors
Stamps of your choice
Cardstock Stamps Used in Video:
Flourishing Phrases Wood Mount #141531, Clear Mount #141534
Love What You Do Photopolymer #148042 Available TODAY!!
2018-2020 In Color Markers #147159 Available TODAY!!
TIPS: 1. Use the larger Brush Tip of your Marker and color with the side NOT the tip. If you color with the Marker Tip you will damage your Marker. 2. When you are finished coloring your stamp, open you mouth wide and blow while moving the stamp in front of your mouth. Do this 5-6 times to remoisten the ink. (You can always pretend you are the Big Bad Wolf and are huffing and puffing to blow the house down. Open wide!) 3. The coloring process is the same for both Rubber and Photopolymer stamps. 4.DO NOT use Stampin’ Blends to color your stamps as they will damage your stamps!!!!
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Cut your Tranquil Tide card base at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Score and fold at 4-1/4″. 2. Layered Tag. Watch This Video to get the basic idea of how to layer the tags. You will be adding one more layer.
~Punch your Tags: Three in Tranquil Tide cardstock, Two in Very Vanilla cardstock.
~One Tranquil Tide Punch will be on the top of the layers. Put SNAIL on the back.
~Take the Very Vanilla Tags. Cut one in half lengthwise and the other in half width-wise. Take a piece with the top point and attach it to the Tranquil Tide tag with SNAIL on the back trying to get the Very Vanilla to show evenly along the top of the Tranquil Tide Tag. Repeat on the bottom side. Attach more SNAIL to the back of the base tag. Now attach a Very Vanilla end piece using your fingers to line up the sides. Repeat with the other end piece tag. You now have two layers.
~Repeat the Tag Layering process with the last two Trangil Tide Tags. Cut one in half lengthwise and the other in half width-wise. Put SNAIL on the back of the layered Tag. Attach the pointed part to the top and bottom., then the end parts. Wahoo! Your basic Tag is layered!
~Stamp Wishing You a Dapper Day on Very Vanilla cardstock in Tranquil Tide ink. Cut apart as shown. Attach to the Layered Tag with Stampin’ Dimensionals and Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals. 3. Measure your Layered Tag to see if you need to adjust this measurement: Cut your Very Vanilla rectangle at 2-1/4″ x 3″. You will use this to mount your layered tag on. Attach your Layered Tag. 4. Cut your DSP at 4″ x 5-1/4.. Lay your Layered Tag and Burlap Ribbon on top. Attach your Tag. Cut your Burlap about 4-1/2″ long. Run SNAIL along both sides of the back of the Burlap. Attach to DSP. Trim excess. Attach DSP to card front.
Your Card is finished.
DAISY TIPS: 1. Hold each Daisy Petal about 1/4″ from the flower center. Curl with your Bone Folder to the tip of the Petal. Do this for all Petals. If you do it right, the flower will stand up like a spider. (Luckily this isn’t creepy or crawly!) 2. The easiest way to put the flowers together is to put Glue Dots behind the center of the top flower. Light lay each of the Petals in the top flower so they are between the Petals on the bottom flower. Whe they are positioned how you like them, press the flower centers together to attach them with the Glue Dots.
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Have you ever wished the Classic Label Punch came in a variety of lengths? Well, your problem is solved-without spending any more money or using up more space for all the punches this would involve! Follow the quick tips on this video to punch both Shorter AND Longer sentiments with your Standard size Classic Label Punch. Enjoy using this Punch Technique on your cards.
TIPS: 1. Cut your cardstock 3/8″ wide. This is between the 1/4″ and the 1/2″ mark on your ruler or Paper Trimmer. Leave it longer than you need it to be. This extra length gives you something to hold on to. If the length is too short, attach your 3/8″ cardstock to a Post-It Note so you have something to hole onto. 2. You can put the strip in several ways:
~Stick it in through the top between the metal layers where the punching occurs. Make sure the strip is lined up in the hole which will form the punched shape.
~Stick the strip in through the side. Pull up the end that went in first. Line up the other end with the pointed Punch hole. Line up the strip so it is straight in the punch hole ditch. Punch.
~Stick the Punched end in first, then line up the other end so it is where you want to punch. Again, make sure the strip is lined up with the sides of the punch hole. Punch 3. The Classic Label is the perfect size for Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals.
Would you like to add some color to your Embossing Folder image? It is a quick technique. Just watch the video to learn how easy it is to do. After coloring on both the wide and narrow parts of this embossing folder, I like the look of the coloring on the narrow part the best. Try coloring on both sides to see which you like best.
This Video is 13 minutes long.
BASIC TECHNIQUE SUPPLIES: Big Shot: Lovely Floral Dynamic Embossing Folder #148048 (Available May1-31 as part of the Gotta Have it All Bundle #149526. Available June 1st by itself.) Markers: Choose 1 for your Flower Color and a Green for your leaves. I used Rich Razzleberry and Garden Green.
Scallop Rectangle-Watch this Video
Layer under Scallop Rectangle: 3″ x 1/4″ longer than your Scallop Rectangle or 5-1/4″.
2nd Layer under Scallop Rectangle 3-1/4″ x 1/2″ longer than your Scallop Rectangle OR 5-1/2″.
Card Base: 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Score and fold at 4-1/4″. Cardstock: Whisper White for Scallop Rectangle
Garden Green Scallop Rectangle Video
TIPS: NOTE: Use your Big Shot Platform with Thin Die Adapter (Or Multipurpose Platform with all tabs closed), and a top and bottom Cutting Plate to cut your Scallop Rectangle.
1. Cut your cardstock at least 3-1/2″ wide and 1/4″ longer than you want your Rectangle. 2. Put your Framelit on the cardstock close to the center of your Big Shot. 3. Make sure your cardstock and Scallop Square Framelit are lined up straight on your Big Shot Platform. 4. Leave at least 1/16″ cardstock showing between the Cutting Plate and the inside edge of your Framelit. Run through your Big Shot. 5. Trim off excess cardstock beside Scallop cuts. 6. Turn your Framelit upside down so you see the Scallop Cutting Edges. Place your partially cut Scallop cardstock on the Framelit lining up at least 2 Scallops on each side depending on how long you want your Scallop Rectangle to be. 7. Place Framelit and cardstock on Big Shot Platform and cutting plate with cardstock still lined up in the Framelit Scallops. Make sure the cardstock is lined up straignt. Cover the part of the cardstock you want cut with the top Cutting plate leaving a gap between the edge of the cutting plate and the inside edge of the Framelit. Run through your Big Shot. Take out your Scallop Rectangle and use on your project.
We made this fun Magical Day Castle Card at Stamp Class this month. It was a favorite with everyone. It is easy, but takes some time to put together. Thank goodness for matching Thinlits to cut things out!
~Sahara Sand card base at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Score and fold at 4-1/4″.
~Sahara Sand card front at 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″.
~Old Olive grass at 1/2″ x 5-1/2″ 2. Big Shot:
~Stamp your sentiment in Memento Black ink on Whisper White cardstock. Cut your sentiment out with the coordinating Framelit.
~Cut out the shapes from Whisper White cardstock and a contrasting color cardstock (place them on top of each other and cut at the same time) for the Dragon, Knight, Mermaid, and flame. That’s right, do not stamp them yet. 3.Stamp & Die Cut Technique-Watch the Video:
~Place your White die cuts in the shapes of the contrasting color cardstock shapes. The contrasting color cardstock makes it easier to see exactly where you need to stamp.
~Get out your Stamp-a-ma-jig. Stamp an image in each corner using the T-Handle and the imaging sheet. Make sure and use Memento ink or Classic ink. Archival or permanent ink will ruin your Imaging Sheet.
~Get out the stamp you want and ink it with Memento ink. Line up the imaging sheet stamp with the cardstock shape. Remove imaging sheet and stamp. Repeat with the other die cuts. 4. You can either leave the die cuts in the contrasting cardstock or remove them for coloring. Put a sheet or two of paper underneath to protect your work surface from bleeding colors. Color with Blends Markers. Shade as desired by coloring some of the Dark Marker along one side, then color with the light Marker over the whole area until no line shows. Dragon
-Chest & neck-Old Olive Light
-Chest scales-Old Olive Dark
~Head-two coats of Old Olive Light (watch out and don’t color the eye like I did)
-Leg, hands, wing-Night of Navy Light
~Scales on back, tail, leg-Night of Navy Dark Knight
~Armor, Helmet, Sword
-Use Smoky Slate Dark to color along the left side of the armor parts.
-Now color the armor parts with Smoky Slate Light swirling the Marker over the Dark part until it is blended in.
–Use Old Olive and Night of Navy Markers.
-Use Pumpkin Pie and Daffodil Delight Markers Flame: Use Daffodil Delight and Pumpkin Pie Markers Princess/Mermaid
~Cut off the tail where it starts to curve up.
~Hair-I colored alternate strands with the Daffodil Delight Dark, then blended and finished coloring with the Daffodil Delight Light.
~I added the top and sleeves to her ‘dress’ with Rich Razzleberry Light.
~Pink Pirouette was used for the rest of the ‘dress’.
The coloring is done! 5. Brick Wall
~Get your Brick Wall embossing folder. Find the side where the brick dividers are raised (poke up). Rub your Crumb Cake ink pad over the top of all those lines that poke up. Let the ink pad also lightly cover parts of the ‘bricks’ so they will look more realistic and distressed.
~Put your Sahara Sand card front on the uninked side of the embossing folder and line it up how you want it. Close the folder, holding the paper in place. Now run through your Big Shot. Open up and see your distressed bricks! 6. Putting it all together.
~Glue your sentiment to Basic Black cardstock and cut out a mat for it.
~Look at your Brick card front and decide which will be the top and bottom.
~Glue your Old Olive grass to the bottom.
~Lay your Princess on the Black Label. Cut off the Princess and the window where desired. Now glue on your Princess since the pesky tail is gone.
~Lay out all your pieces and decide where you want them.
~Glue on the Dragon, Knight, Flame, and Princess in the window.
~Attach your sentiment with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
~Now glue your card front onto your card base.
Whew! Your card is finished!
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Do you get frustrated after spending time stamping and coloring your image only to have the die slip in your Big Shot so your beautiful image is ruined? Try out this Magical Stamp & Die Cut Technique! You will be much happier with the results. So grab your Stamp-a-ma-jig and test it out! I have tried this with my Stampapratus, and it is easier to get great results with the Stamp-a-ma-jig. The Castle Card with the images shown will be posted on Friday.
This video is 6-1/2 minutes long.
TIPS: Stamp-a-ma-jig #101049
Magical Day: Bundle=Stamps + Framelits: Wood Mount Bundle #145984, Clear Mount Bundle #145985, Wood Mount Stamps #145854, Clear Mount Stamps #145857, Magical Mates Framelits #145660
1. Cut your images from a piece of medium to darker colored cardstock to make you Template. Colored cardstock shows the Whisper White images you will be stamping much better. 2. Stamp on the smooth side of your Imaging Sheet. Use ONLY Memento Tuxedo Black and Classic Stampin’ Pads. Archival and StazOn inks will stain and damage your Imaging Sheet. 3. Remember to position the Imaging Sheet right in the corner of the T-Handle with the sides also lined up. Sometimes part of the Imaging Sheet may sneak under the T-Handle. Make sure to correct this before you stamp. 4. Put your stamp block (wood or clear) firmly in the corner of the T-Handle, lining up the sides. Stamp straight down, then pull straight up to get a good image. Your stamping on the Imaging Sheet does not have to be perfect. 5. It helps to ink your stamp, lay it on the ink pad, then position your Imaging Sheet and your T-Handle over the Whisper White die cut. Without moving the T-Handle, remove the Imaging Sheet, position your stamp in the T-Handle, then stamp straight down. Smaller die cuts may stick to the stamp. Just gently peel them off.
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INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Cut your Thick Very Vanilla card base at 5-12″ x 8-1/2″. SCORE and fold at 4-1/4″. 2. Cut your patterned paper at 4″ x 5-1/4″. Run through your Big Shot with the Sweethear embossing folder. Use the coordinating Sweet & Sassy Heart Framelit to cut out the center heart. While at your Big Shot, cut out the Celebrate from Elegant Eggplant cardstock. Glue onto the bottom of the DSP. 3. Cut a Window Sheet at 3-1/2″ x 3-1/2″. Attach to the back of your DSP Heart cut out with SNAIL around all four sides. 4. Attach Foam Adhesive Strips on the DSP back about 1/8″ from the edge of the Heart cut out. Make sure there are NO gaps in the Foam Adhesive Strip otherwise the Gold Flakes will escape and get everywhere! Also put the Foam Adhesive Strips around the edge of the card.
NOTE: If you do not want the Gold Glitter Flakes to stick to the inside of the Foam Adhesive Strips, either run your fingers along the adhesive sides or run your Embossing Buddy along the sides to remove the sticky there. I personally like the Gold around the Heart edges so I didn’t do this. 5. Lay your DSP on your card base to determine where to put your pile of Gold Glitter Flakes. Remove the DSP. Put your Gold Glitter Flakes on the card base in the center of where the Heart will cover. Remove the Adhesive backing and put on your card base. Press firmly. Now you can “test” out to see if the Shaker Card works. 🙂
Your card is finished. 6. Envelope options: Use the Embossing folder on the envelope flap.
We tested out my NEW Stamparatus for both these cards. You can order yours in June.
The Party Pandas looked best with 2-3 layers of ink which was super easy to do with the Stamparatus. I also used the Color Theory Designer Series Paper for the Bamboo stalks and the leaves are from the Everyday Jars Framelits.
The Lovely Wishes card also used the Stamparatus. We placed the two flower and leaf stamps on one side, then stamped, then rotated the card front and stamped again. We also lined up the Happy Wishes stamps in the Stamparatus and stamped it. We again colored with Blends Markers.
You can send your Handmade card in a wonderful Dynamic Embossed Envelope, then the receiver will KNOW there is something special for them inside. This is a quick and easy technique that will add a WOW to your envelope.
This Video is 2 minutes and 41 seconds long.
SUPPLIES: Choose an Envelope:
~Medium Whisper White #107301
~Whisper White 3″ x 3″ #145829
~Whisper White Note Cards & Envelopes #131527
~Very Vanilla Medium Envelopes #107300
~Very Vanilla Note Cards & Envelopes #144236 Big Shot #143263 Comes with Big Shot Platform and Standard Cutting Pads/Plates. Expensive, but it really is a wonderful tool that can add a lot of fun to your projects! Choose a Dynamic Embossing Folder:
~Cable Knit #143537
~Layered Leaves #143704
~Pinewood Planks #143708
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Get out your Big Shot. 2. Choose an envelope and a Dynamic Embossing Folder. 3. Choose where to position your envelope flap. Fold 1/8″ onto the front so your envelope flap will be embossed all the way to the original fold line. 4. Sandwich for Dynamic Embossing Folders:
~Platform: Big Shot Platform-remove Thin Die Adapter. Multipurpose Platform-Open top tab
~Dynamic Embossing Folder with Envelope (or cardstock)
~Top Cutting pad/plate. Skip the bottom cutting plate as it will make the sandwich too thick to put through your Big Shot. 5. Run your envelope sandwich through your Big Shot. Open and see how amazing your envelope flap looks! 6. Refold the original fold line. Insert card and give away or mail.