Are you looking at this picture and wondering which embossing folder I used? I didn’t use an embossing folder! I used one of our Seasonal Decorative Masks! Isn’t that cool???!!!
To do this you will need a rubber embossing mat. Stampin’ Up! doesn’t sell these but I found one on Amazon. Here’s the sandwich you’ll use in your Big Shot:
- Big Shot platform
- Standard Cutting Pad
- Rubber embossing mat
- Whisper White cardstock (or another color of your choice)
- Decorative Mask (carefully place it on the platform because it is the same size as the platform – you don’t want it damaged as it goes through)
- A piece of printing paper folded in half. This part is very important! You are adding this paper to add more “height”. Each Big Shot is calibrated differently so it’s possible you won’t even need to do this step. You will have to experiment to find out. Slowly run this sandwich through your Big Shot. If it is very difficult to run through, STOP, and take the printing paper off. It’s also possible that it will go through easily and your paper won’t emboss in which case, fold your printing paper in fourths. You’ll see what I mean when you give it a try!
- You’ll now have a beautifully embossed piece of paper!
Here’s a card I made using the embossed piece. It’s difficult to see it in my photo, but if you scroll down, you’ll see a close up.
The adorable dog comes from the set Bella & Friends and I colored her with Copic Markers. The sentiment is from the set Endless Birthday Wishes. I also used the new Stitched Shapes Framelits – love them!!!
If you love them too, get them before November 30th, otherwise you’ll have to wait for their debut in the 2017 Annual Catalog which comes out in June 2017. CORRECTION: I apologize for giving wrong information here!! The Framelits WILL be available after November 30th. Yippee!!
All of the products I used to make my card are listed below. To place an order or for more information about each product, simply click on it. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask!