Embossing Folders Summer 2014
May 13, 2014

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mary s (posted 2 months 19 days ago)
I've been searching for nebelw ideas for my embossingfolders. I especialy LOVE the shimmer paper. Gorgeous. Thanks!
darlene (posted 3 months 4 days ago)
Love this and want to learn more
Susan (posted 3 months 6 days ago)
Great use of the folders with all the different materials. Can't wait to try this!
SandiL (posted 3 months 7 days ago)
Thanks for all the techniques-- and actually taking the time to demonstrate them. I knew about the foil, but only ever used tissue in single layer (very ephermeral look) but using multiple layers of TP, PT and gift tissue paper is wonderful (And just think what it would look like if the top layer was in colors and patterns, too) In addition to joining the PS folders CLUB (and buying these 2) Now I need to find the webisode on the iris paper - soooo lovely. So many lovely ideas to try ---- Thanks.
Di (posted 3 months 9 days ago)
Beautiful embossing folders and great techniques.
Annette (posted 3 months 9 days ago)
This was a great webisode, and after Ann's week too! Loved it, lots and lots of terrific ideas, and what about the companion cutting dies as per DLYC here!? Thank you so much!
Linda (posted 3 months 9 days ago)
I LOVE these embossing folders. I have been playing with them and all of the cool techniques you shared here today and in the March PS Newsletter. I have gotten so many compliments on my cards! Gail, I love that you demonstrate all these techniques! Thanks.
Cathy (posted 3 months 9 days ago)
Thank you for sharing the tips for all the different papers. I am inspired to try all of them. I love the embossing folders. And I add to the request of making cutting dies to coordinate with the embossing folders.
Glo (posted 3 months 9 days ago)
Greetings!

Wow, what great techniques. Thank you!
Lee C (posted 3 months 9 days ago)
I, like Gail also tested multiple materials besides TP. (I did not think paper towels, however) dinner napkins, cocktail napkins. Take a few cocktail napkins from a wedding (they're always printed) and the right embossing folder - and Magic.
Addie (posted 3 months 9 days ago)
These projects are beautiful! I love these new technique ideas, especially when they're combined with new materials we never thought to use with them. I'm off to buy this week's Money Saver! So creative, ladies and so useful!
rosa cortez (posted 3 months 10 days ago)
I love to watch the weekly webisodes.
Diane Lynne C. (posted 3 months 10 days ago)
If I remember correctly, 2 great new embossing folders and some great techniques. Tissue paper and toilet paper , who would have thought; they worked great when I tried them. Woven Lattice is also a 4x4 cutting die. With that in mind, perhaps the Swirl Frame also needs a companion cutting die. Good suggestion?
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