Stampin’ With Embossing Folders

You may have guessed by now, I love a good stamping technique! And I have to say, this is one I had never thought of… Until I saw this video from Stampin’ Up!

Isn’t it awesome! I just HAD to have a go!

Stampin' Up! UK Stamping with embossing folders

I had such a great time trying this out (so much that I have another card using this technique next week!) In fact I have sort of combined techniques to create my own super patterned paper! To use your embossing folders as stamps – apply the ink to the raised side of the embossing folder directly from your ink pad, carefully place your card stock onto the inked area and close the folder. Rub you bone folder across the embossing folder to press the ink onto the card stock.

Then, using a sponge dauber or Stampin’ sponge, apply ink through a mask to the card stock. And wha-la! (I’m not sure that’s actually a word, but I’m rolling with it)

(watch me roll!)

I even made you lovely people a video to demonstrate!

Aren’t they so cute! I love any opportunity to use my favourite childhood stamp set, Zoo Babies! and couldn’t pass this as a chance to make a couple of baby cards.

Stampin' Up! UK Zoo Babies Large Polka Dots



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Hannah Wilks

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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