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New Video More Embossing Folder Fun

Hey card making friends, welcome back.  Today I have a NEW VIDEO More Embossing Folder Fun.  I’m playing with the March embossing folders from Spellbinders and this time, some Distress Oxide Inks for colors.  I stepped way outside my comfort zone with warm colors this month and they have continued over to today’s cards.

Thankfully, I also did the voice over before I got sick.  I keep doing Covid Tests, which are coming back negative.  Facebook friends have suggested perhaps I have RSV and judging by the symptoms, it might be.  Whatever it is, it’s kicking my behind….  Souvenirs you bring home from the hockey game, LOL.  Anyway, I’m sure I will live, enjoy the video and I’ll try and not cough up a lung, LOL.

So, I’m not going to go into great detail on the cards today for a couple of reasons, I’m not feeling well, and I basically explain most of it in the video.

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New Video More Embossing Folder Fun

Today’s Color combos are Distress Oxide Inks:  Festive Berries, Ripe Persimmon and Squeezed Lemonade.  For one card, I also bring in Candied Apple for a highlight.

I’m using the March 2023 Embossing Folder of the Month Club – Stylized Calla Lily (shown above), and the 3D Embossing Folder of the Month, Tiled Motif.  Both are perfect for today’s techniques.

 

hand made cards in yellow orange and red embossed and embellished with butterflies created with new card making products from Spellbinders

New Video More Embossing Folder Fun

Today’s video starts by me sharing how I like to use Distress Oxide Inks to create watercolor wash backgrounds.  Next, a little ink blending to get a beautiful ombre feel.

Next, once the card fronts are embossed, I share my favorite ink blending techniques and create 5 cards to share with you.

 

Here is today’s New Video More Embossing Folder Fun:

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More Embossing Folder Fun with new card making supplies from Spellbinders

As you will note in the video, I also use the Butterfly Burst Clear Stamp set of the Month, and the Floral Butterfly Small Die of the Month (both for March), to decorate and embellish today’s cards.

 

hand made cards in yellow orange and red embossed and embellished with butterflies created with new card making products from Spellbinders

 

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10 thoughts on “New Video More Embossing Folder Fun”

  1. You are on fire girl! These are gorgeous, I love the beautiful vibrant colours with that gorgeous butterfly! xx

  2. At first glance of this embossing folder I thought nice; but not a wow. Well Sandi, you have proved me so wrong!!! Your fresh colors and layouts demonstrate how useful and pretty this embossing folder can be. Of course I had to have it. Thanks; your efforts are always delightful!

    1. aw thanks Mary, I’m so glad you enjoyed my idea for it, sometimes we look at products and think EM! – This one I knew right away what I wanted to do with it

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