CAS Dry Embossing

Capture d_écran 2018-02-20 à 15.22.09I took the Less is More Challenge #365 “CAS Dry Embossing” and decided to make my own folder using Penny Black’s Iris flower.  Using vellum Bristol card stock, I made a folder and then die-cut 2 other sheets with this flower die.  I kept, both the die cut and the negative space of the die cut flower.  I adhered the negative pieces together onto one side of my folder.  Then I carefully inserted the flower die cut, already adhered together, into the negative space, like paper piecing a die cut.  I added tacky glue onto the flower die cut and folded my Bristol folder.  Once all was dry, keeping my fingers crossed, I passed an A2 size white card stock and it worked, YAY 😛

I white heat embossed “Just un petit Bonjour” (Just a little Hello) and the card was done!!!  Thanks for stopping by, HUGz, JoannaIMG_2432

Here’s what the folder looked like ….6406F6D9-553D-4FC4-87AB-30530EAB0EA7


10 thoughts on “CAS Dry Embossing

  1. Wow! Why have I never thought about making my own folders?!! This is a fabulous idea and worked brilliantly for your gorgeous CAS card. Love it!
    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More, Anita x

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  2. Sublime carte et tellement élégante ! I love the white on white CAS design and how you created your embossing folder. Stunning take on our challenge. Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along at Less is More!

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  3. WOW! Ooozing elegance and chic design to the max. CAS-perfect and showcasing such impressive dry-embossing here. Simply brilliant idea for our challenge at Less is More and thanks for joining us this week.

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