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Embossing Folders Stamping Technique using Brayer and You're Lovely Stamp Set

Here is the third embossing folders technique I promised to show you using Stampin' up! products.

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This technique is created by brayering ink onto the debossed side of an embossing folder (this one is Beautifully Baroque by Stampin' up! - see link below). I brayered Early Espresso ink onto the debossed side inside the folder (which is basically flat with the pattern indented downwards), then inserted a piece of Primrose Petals cardstock into the folder and embossed like normal. I love the effect you can get with this technique!

The floral label is done using the You're Lovely Saleabration stamp set (free with a $90 order up to March 31st). This is a perfect fit for our Deco Labels Framelits. The words of the greeting are from Perfect Pairs, which is a very versatile greeting set to add to your collection.

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I hope this has given you some ideas for using your embossing folders. Scroll down below for a list of Stampin' Up! products I have used in todays project. Youcan click on each item to be taken to the item in the online store for more information.

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