Welcome back for part 2 of my Snowflake Splendor Suite project share; ready to learn how to emboss paper for beautiful DIY Greeting Cards? These card ideas are simple to make but Oh! so BEAUTIFUL!
Be sure and also check out the post ‘The Best Hand Stamped Cards That Are Easy to Make All Winter Long‘ if you missed it — it’s part 1 of this series.
Today we get to learn how to emboss on paper with the ‘winter snow embossing folder’. I’ve got lot’s of tips to share in this card video, so make sure to watch all the way to the end.
Have you ever embossed your paper or DSP? I was so happy as to how this turned out using the Winter Snow Embossing Folder. These cards were easy peasy with a great watercolor background to them.
How to Emboss Paper | Video Tutorial
Stampin’ Up! has some of the best paper for embossing. Today’s dry embossing technique turns out so lovely with this snowflake pattern. Check out the video for tips for embossing DSP, and cutting the snowflakes out using the coordinating dies.
What did you think? Quick and easy cards that will put a smile on someones face when you send them! Let’s take a closer look at them.
Cutting Dimensions & Supplies
- Whisper White THICK: 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
- DSP: 4″ x 5 1/4″
- Scraps: Whisper White & Balmy Blue
- Rhinestones for that extra special touch!
Same card recipe on this one, except I used Pool Party for the greeting instead of Balmy Blue.
- Misty Moonlight: 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
- Whisper White: 5 1/8″ x 3 7/8″
- DSP: 5″ x 3 3/4″
- Scraps: Whisper White, Misty Moonlight
All Products Used
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