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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Designables - Cutting and Embossing Folders

I LOVE these cutting and embossing folders from Marianne Design - so nice to be able to do it in ONE step! If you've been watching, you've seen several cards made with this particular folder.  Once I got it, I just HAD to play with it! 

The cut and embossed design is backed by a red piece of paper that was cut with my Celtic Knots Reflection Die from Cheery Lynn, creating that lovely red and white border (since this is adhered to a white card base).  The red heart is cut with a Nestability die from Spellbinders, as is the white one.  Liquid Pearls adorn the edges of the red heart and the stamping is personalized with a couple of stamps I made with my stampmaker.

The inside is quite simple.  As you can see, a bit of the border is carried into the inside.  The stamp is from a Fiskar's set.


Becca Sadler said...

Cheryl: Stunning! Great explanations and photos explained in your posting! Kudos! Glad to see you're continuing to challenge yourself creatively.

Texie said...

Beautiful...where did you purchase this Marianne folder?

Cheryl said...

Thanks, both of you. I got the cutting and embossing folder from Sweet Stamps, but Paper Wishes has also started carrying them.