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Tuesday, 1 November 2016
More Birthday Cards!
When I was doing the earlier ones, using some pre-embossed cardstock, I said it gave me another idea.
What I've done here is to divide the die cut in two, and emboss the plain half with various embossing folders.
This one uses an X-Cut folder called Cable Knit, on a background taken from a paper pack of Christmas Papers recently bought from The Works. They don't all have a Christmas image on them, this one is just a mottled blue .
This one used a Cuttlebug folder,Cogs & Wheels. No backing paper, and I think this is a sort of masculine looking card.
The next one has a sheet of backing paper from a pad called Far East, and the folder is Craft Concepts Weaving Blocks.
This had another sheet from the Far east Paper Stack, just a marbled green paper. The Folder is a Quickutz one, Diamonds and Dots.
Next one in white, and the folder is called 'Lines & Dots', by Indentz. I backed it onto some circuit board looking backing paper. Another possible masculine card.
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