Yesterday, I told you that the Swirls and Curls Textured Impressions Embossing Folder is my favorite in the holiday catalog. Well, the Tin Tile Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder is my runner up. And let me tell you, it’s a photo-finish!
You’ll notice there’s a big difference in the Dynamic Textured Impressions Folders. I’ve had many stampers contact me and say they can’t run it through their Big Shot; it’s too thick! And they’re right; Dynamic Textured Impressions Folder are thicker then what we’re used to. They are meant to leave a more dynamic impression on the paper. They do fit in the Big Shot, but only if you use just one cutting pad! To make your ‘sandwich’, use the following guidelines:
Now, there are more ways to enhance the impressions you get from the Dynamic Textured Impressions Folders. Today for example, I used my Crumb Cake ink pad to ink the inside front cover of the Tin Tile Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder and then ran a sheet of Crumb Cake Cardstock through it like normal, using the above “sandwich” guideline. Just look at the difference!
Makeover the card (pictured above). You can change a lot, a little or make the card just as it is in the catalog. Then post it to the Facebook thread. We can’t wait to see your cards. You can use the following hashtag if you post your card elsewhere on Facebook #CASEingtuesday171.
Layer 1: Crumb Cake, 5 1/4″ x 4″, embossed with the Tin Tile Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder which was inked with Crumb Cake ink prior to embossing.
Layers 2 & 3: Joyous Noel Glimmer Paper (Merry Merlot & Tranquil Tide), Snowfall Thinlets
Layer 4: Very Vanilla, 3 3/4″ x 2″
- Adhere Layer 1 to Base.
- On Layer 4, stamp sentiment in Cherry Cobbler and images in Mossy Meadow. Add dimensionals to the back and affix Layers 2 & 3. Add to Base.
- Add All is Bright Clip and top with a double bow in Linen Thread.