Oooh, how I love a good embossing! Heat embossed or dry, I love the texture. So of course I fell in love with the possibilities of *Spellbinders’ new M-Bossabilities™ double-sided embossing folders that actually give you four different looks. Take a gander:
The folders have two designs. You simply flip the folder over to see the second design. But WAIT! There’s MORE! You can actually get two OTHER designs, depending on which way you insert your paper. Here’s what happened when I started playing:
Who doesn’t love a good chevron? Above is one side of the So Trendy ES-006 plate. (highlighted with Distress Spun Sugar, Victorian Velvet, Pumice Stone. The round images are from Hero Arts’s Untitled Word Shadow AC005; the embossing I’ll talk about in another post, but aren’t those colors hot?)
And below is the same side of the folder, but embossed with the paper put in the opposite way, so the debossed area shows:
(Colored with Distress Tumbled Glass, Stormy Sky.)
And here are two cards made with the flip side of the same folder:
And using the other impression:
Can you see the subtle difference in the texture? (The fun balloon images are Hero Arts Flying Airships CG427)
Here are two more cards:
The one above uses Regal EL002, colored with Distress Mustard Seed, Wild Honey and edged with Old Paper.
M-Bossabilities™ folder Sea Beauty ES-007; inked with Distress Pumicd Stone; stamps from Inkadinkado.
And one last look at the cards before they were embellished:
Thanks so much for stopping by!
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