I'll let you in on a little secret today! Even though my cards look like I may have fussed quite a bit, I really prefer ideas that don't take me very long. . .ones that don't require me to make too much of a mess . . . but when I'm finished, they look stellar! The card I'm sharing today was one done during my Big Shot Class last month! I really do enjoy designing cards for Big Shot Class because. . . well, first. . . we use the Big Shot . . . a lot. . . and second . . . they require me to do a bit more fussing, which I don't do that often! I think that you'll agree that the fussing was worth it!
Have you ever double embossed? It required making a template from chipboard for both the embossing folders used. I'm not going to bother trying to give you instructions, but rather I hope to do a video in the next few weeks, which will be much simpler to follow!
Here's a close up of the finished double embossed area.
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Tools: Fancy Fan Embossing Folder (#127751); Designer Frames Embossing Folders (oval) (#123130); Beautiful Wings Embosslit (#118138; Elegant Butterfly Punch (#127526); Hexagon Punch (to create perfect "V" ends in greeting banner) (#130919)
Accessories: Basic Pearls (#119247)
I'm enjoying some time at the lake this week, but plan to share some ideas with you! That required me doing some homework on the front end! I'm looking forward to sharing with you even though I'm away from home!
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