Hello! Today’s video shares yet another way to stretch your dies… to dry emboss with die cuts. I think you will love this technique. This post is also part of the Essentials by Ellen Winter 2015 Release Blog Hop … and I have a fun giveaway.
I honestly think dies are the most versatile tool a crafter can have. Here, I show how to dry emboss with die cuts. Check out those backgrounds…
For this technique, I really like to use Essentials by Ellen Magentic Paper because it is thick, durable and die cuts easily. I die cut several of the new Bold Flowers and leaves to dry emboss these backgrounds.
Embossing with the thick die cuts is simple. Between your die cutting machine plates, I position a few pieces of cardstock shim, an embossing mat (you can also try felt), cardstock and thick die cuts. I then run this through my die cut machine as I would an embossing folder. The thick die cuts press into the paper… leaving a lovely impression.
I hope you will give this technique a try. It is one of those that makes your jaw drop. 🙂
Today’s post is part of the Essentials by Ellen Winter 2015 Release Blog Hop…
I am so in love with the new fabulous products designed by my dear friend Julie Ebersole – she is a rockstar! You can see all the new products HERE and below. And I will be back soon with another video using some of the other products. Stay tuned.
There are some awesome folks in this blog hop! Be sure to next head over to Donna Mikasa’s blog – I am her biggest fan! (If you want to start at the beginning of the hop, head to the Ellen Hutson blog.)
Interested in winning a free Essentials by Ellen stamp set (see below)? For your chance, leave a comment here by 11:59pmEST on 3/3/15 and I will randomly pick a winner. (Winners will be posted on my “Winners page” after the giveaway closes.)
Below are the products featured above. Affiliate and product disclosure can be found here. Today’s EH products were provided for use in this hop. Click on the letters below each picture to go to a favorite store: Ellen Hutson (EH), Amazon (AZ), etc.