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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Impressed with Embossing and the Cuttlebug (with giveaway)!

Provo Craft originally introduced the Cuttlebug as a die-cut machine for the home crafter. It's compact, does not require electricity, and folds up for easy storage, which has made it popular with scrapbookers that don't want the bulk or expense of large digital machines. It's also very easy to use. Here's a couple samples of what Melinda created with the Happy Birthday Cuttlebug Embossing folder (shown below) and the B-Day Bash Collection.

Cuttlebug embossing folders are used to press a three dimensional image into cardstock, craft foam, mesh, chipboard, and other scrapbook media. Six inches in the maximum width of the paper that can be accommodated, but there is no limit to the length.

The folders come in several different styles. The basic folders are 5-inch by 7-inch, and have an overall pattern. These folders are perfect for embossing photos mats and cards.

For those of you that don't own a Cuttlebug machine, you can still use the embossing folders. According to Love to Know: Scrapbooking they claim you just need a spray bottle and rolling pin. I haven't tried this myself, but here's how they did it:

The only equipment needed is a spray bottle, some tape, and a rolling pin. It is not possible to get as much pressure with a rolling pin as the Cuttlebug can apply. With light weight paper, this will not be an issue, but for cardstock or other heavy weight materials, embossing will be easier if the paper is sprayed lightly with water. Dampening the paper will make it more pliable and easier to emboss. Place the paper in the embossing folder, and tape the folder closed. Lay the embossing folder on a firm surface like a table or counter, and roll over it with the rolling pin, as though you were rolling out a pie crust. You will need to experiment to learn how much pressure to apply to get the desired result.

Wanna WIN a CUTTLEBUG MACHINE and some EMBOSSING FOLDERS?? We would love to see what you've embossed? Simple leave a comment with a link back to a sample you've created using an embossing folder. But, if you don't have anything because you don't own any embossing folders, simply give us a link to a project you found online using this embossing method. We'll select a winner by Thursday morning!!

114 comments:

Christy said...

I love this card and would so love to win! I've seen embossing but just can't spend anymore money on tools! Crossing fingers to have it sent my way!

Noblekatt said...

OMG, what a great technique tip! I immediately went a googlin' to see some examples of the rolling pin embossing method and came up with this:
http://mommysavers.com/boards/all-you-need-know-about-how-scrapbook/109729-how-emboss-rolling-pin-cb-folder.html

LOVE that embossing folder, I do alot of bday cards so I am going to have to go find it! the card with candles on its is super cute too!
Jenn Post
noblekatt(at)hotmail(dot)com

Amanda said...

Here is a card that I made for a wedding. I matched the theme and colors... http://www.facebook.com/flowerskissingscreations?v=photos&ref=ts#!/photo.php?pid=5531210&id=179485002754&ref=fbx_album
Thanks for a fun giveway :)
flowerskissing@aol.com

Deanne said...

Wowo what a great prize! I do not have one but I did find some cool projects made with one so now I NEED one :)

http://www.provocraft.com/projects/projects.php?prdindex=cuttlebug&dsp=project&idnum=77

CHARITY CRAFTER said...

Hi, embossing is gorgeous, this link showing inking and embossing is my favourite technique
http://craftsbycarolyn.co.uk/projectshowto/cuttlebugemb.htm

Please pop me in your exciting draw, you can visit me on http://www.charitycrafter.blogspot.com

thanks x Leigh x

Veronica said...

Thanx for the chance to win a cuttlebug and embossing folders. They are such an easy way to make any project really stand out!
Here's a link to some announcements I made for my nephew's new baby girl.
http://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.php?pid=1294536&id=1070456420&ref=fbx_album

Vera W. Yates (Ling) said...

I used to emboss the border for my card here:
http://lingshappyplace.blogspot.com/2010/07/mygrafico-challenge-58.html and here: http://lingshappyplace.blogspot.com/2010/07/paper-play-challenges-ddsb.html

Simple Sugar said...
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Simple Sugar said...

Ok so I thought this project was very UNIQUE! ... I would so LOVE to win and try it out:
http://paperfections.typepad.com/paperfections/2007/02/cuttlebug_used.html

serena said...

rolling pin! love the ingenuity of scrapbookers! here's a layout that I did - the turquoise strip at the bottom is embossed.
http://sugarscrapping.blogspot.com/2010/08/my-minds-eye-summertime-sketch.html

yougotmel said...

so can I just link right back to you?? I love love love this layout...

http://www.imaginisceblog.com/2010/08/sewing-sketches-and-scooters-vacation.html

all the texture on the background has me really really considering buying a cuttlebug or at least putting it on my Christmas list since my budget won't allow me to buy anything (darn back to school expenses). I have done some manual embossing in the past but I love the look of the solid textured background but don't have the patience to do it by hand!!

Jamie said...

I've never embossed anything :( But now it's my mission! These cards are darling!! Good luck to those that qualify =)

Julia Sáddi said...

Yes! Besides all the great imaginisce tools, I would love to win a cuttlebug, 'cause I still don't have one for my own. Thanks for the chance to win one!
1 Huge Hug, Julia Sáddi
manual embossing just like grandmma!!! http://www.scrapbookbrasil.com/comunidade/showthread.php?t=17629

juli (sweetpz) said...

oh so pretty! i love to emboss...
heres my use of the embossing folders spots and dots.

http://cardsbysweetpz.blogspot.com/2010/08/mermaids.html

thanks
juli

REBECCAY said...

I haven't been able to buy a Cuttlebug yet (been out of work too long and just can't afford the nicer things in crafting life!). I love this card!!! Here's a site I found with lots of great possiblities: http://www.heartprints.net/gallery/cuttlebug/card/4393/

KanataNewf said...

Very nice samples - I shall have to CASE both these cards! One that I did recently can be found here on my blog! Thanks for the chance to win!

Skrapbuker said...

Loved this!

Thanks for a chance to win so I can play too!! ^_^

This is one of my favorite cards that used embossing ... http://jennifermcguireink.typepad.com/my_weblog/2009/05/fabulous-color-combo.html

Janet said...

http://sonnetdesigns.blogspot.com/2010/08/mo-manning-challenge.html

That's the link to one of my embossing projects.

Samantha T. said...

Here's one I did with the same birthday embossing folder! http://taylorstamped.blogspot.com/search/label/Cuttlebug
Love the inspiration today!

cupcakesforchloe said...

I would have NEVER thought about using a rolling pin with the folders...But you can also use an embossed rolling pin(the kind that already has the design on it!) with a rubber pad and a mister bottle! :) But here is what I found by searching....

http://www.allthatscraps.com/index.php?main_page=page&id=17&chapter=0

Thanks for the chance!!

Janet said...

Can I enter twice? Here's another link:

http://sonnetdesigns.blogspot.com/2010/07/tilda-in-blue.html

Jean said...

I do not have a Cuttlebug and only have some old embossing templates. I just did a layout where I embossed in the corner. It is on my blog

http://pagesintime.blogspot.com/

Would definitely love a Cuttlebug!

nanapuddin said...

I would so love to win this cuttlebug! And I love your card! I borrowed a cuttlebug for the wedding pics on my blog! I'm so lucky to have a friend that'll share! Here's one of the things I embossed with it! I am going to redo part of the page, but not the wedding dress. the cuttlebug made it so pretty! Thanks for the chance to win!
nanapuddin@wildblue.net
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_fWATYSiDVcc/TGN0LQOMFEI/AAAAAAAAAFg/cSHm1wlNju0/s320/wedding+album+cover.jpg

Pink Cricut said...

Love this card--it's so cute! :) Here is one of my cards that I embossed! http://www.pinkcricut.com/2010/07/surprise-birthday-card/

Kelly Massman said...

Here is a scrapbook layout where I used Imaginisce and a cuttlebug folder! I used it on the corner of my page!!!!
http://kmassman-scrapbooks-cards.blogspot.com/2010/06/1999-steves-first-trip-to-ocean.html

Thanks for a chance to win!

Michelle said...

I am addicted to my the CB..and embossing...and have introduced so many card making and scrapping friends to adding texture to their cards and pages..

the opportunity to wind a CB and folders thrills me!

I find myself ALWAYS no longer wanting to create..without including embossing of some sort...and i LOVE LOVE LOVE mixing different embossing patterns on one card for extra interest and texture

Ive got oodles and oodles of cards and projects i've created with the CB and asst folders.. but these are a few of my ALL TIME FAVORITES!

http://mypaperbliss.blogspot.com/2009/08/be-sceneat-cuttlebug-challenge-blog-be.html

http://mypaperbliss.blogspot.com/2009/08/another-cb-challenge-some.html

http://mypaperbliss.blogspot.com/2009/07/favotite-image-of-mineand-trip-to.html

and I LOVE making white on white cards...
http://mypaperbliss.blogspot.com/2009/06/yay-i-finally-found-some-time-to-make.html

michelle
http://mypaperbliss.blogspot.com/

Theresa said...

Skip me if I'm chosen because I have one already...just wanted to post how much I love mine. I love that you featured it today, as it's so often overlooked, and that is a real shame.In fact, for tag and card-making, it's one of the best tools you can have. Whoever wins this is going to love it!

Melissa said...

I love adding embossing to my projects. Here's a neat video about inking your embossed projects:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3r8aDXK2Oo&feature=related

Nicole W. said...

I found these really cute cards that were made with the embossing method. I would love to be able to do this. thanks!

http://jennifermcguireink.typepad.com/my_weblog/2009/06/teacher-gifts-card-sets.html

Anne P said...

Unfortunately, I have not embossed anything yet as I don't own a machine, but I know it is on my wish list :)

PamS said...

I love this card and that embossing folder...the fact that it is 5 x 7. Can I link back to you since I check your sight almost every day?
www.imaginisceblog.com

Jodi said...

This is a technique that I haven't tried yet. I loved all of the examples I found online. I will definitely have to try this even if I have to use a rolling pin to do it! ;) This thank you card was my favorite because they managed to use two different folders on the same paper. Not sure how that works but I would love to try.
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_tCoQuRKqYJg/SdAlPB600dI/AAAAAAAABUE/9rlwlt-zPoc/s1600-h/March-29---Double-Embossing.gif

Rhonda Miller said...

Wow, what a great prize. I love Cuttlebug folders. I've done a few items with them lately. Here's on of the links http://bluepoohbear753.blogspot.com/2010/08/ready-for-those-christmas-cards.html
Thanks for a chance to win.

Kelly said...

Oh wow! This would be such a great gift for my daughter! Here is one of my cards that I embossed:


http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_ozJPsjruJQ4/TGl7v7io5-I/AAAAAAAAAJc/sn4y3Eb4_mk/s1600/pink+black+shoe+jennifer+birthday+front.jpg

I LOVE my Cuttlebug and it would be so great if my daughter could have one of her own!
Thanks for this opportunity

Chelle said...

Here is a sample of how to do the rolling pin embossing. I am going to try it because I have some embossing folders but not a cuttlebug.

http://www.allthatscraps.com/index.php?main_page=page&id=17&chapter=0

Dawn said...

I do not have a cuttlebug yet but have a big shot, I LOVE to emboss anything and everything. Here is a link to one of my cards right here
If I won I would have to write a review to share my experience.

Melissa said...

I love the card you made with the embossing! I would love to learn how to emboss! I found this card as something I found that I liked...
http://www.craftideas.info/assets/images/Turquoise_Happy_Birthday_Card.jpg

kate said...

I have made a couple of cards with some embossing, but I found this site with a bunch of great card ideas.

http://www.heartprints.net/gallery/cuttlebug/

Kathy said...

I don't have an embossing machine yet, but have been looking at them and trying to decide which would be best. I would sure love to win one (like everyone else here)!! So here is a cool site that shows some very creative embossing techniques, using the Cuttlebug and the Nestabilities.
http://www.amazingpapergrace.com/cuttlebug-circular-embossing/

Kristin said...

Here's a card I made using emossing folders, I used folders on the green and cream paper and on the purple butterflies. :)

Great giveaway!

http://www.cricut.com/messageboard/upfiles/416936/E01EE2B36DCC4F1FA2CDF0934625A1ED.JPG

Lesabe said...

I have been waiting to get a cuttlebug and have never heard of this technique so a searching I went.. So many ideas now.. I was just at Michael's and they have the cuttlebug folders on sale, looks like I am going back =)
Here is a link to a card I really liked:
http://thefrugalcrafter.wordpress.com/2009/07/06/my-first-cuttlebug-embossing-folder/

Cynthia B. said...

I only have a couple of embossing folders...not sure why I haven't bought more, because I think they're wonderful! They add so much dimension and texture, and people are really impressed when they see an embossed card. Here's one thing I embossed with some Cuttlebug folders:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/47273565@N06/4513361674/

Kimberly said...

I'd love a Cuttlebug machine! I like the birthday card you made and here's another project I saw online that I like too - http://ikkiscuttlebugcupboard.blogspot.com/2010/07/crafts-too-you-embossing-folders.html
I like the clean simple style of this greeting card.

Teresa Jaye said...

Here is embossing on a photograph - cool, huh?

[IMG]http://i295.photobucket.com/albums/mm153/TGFenster/Jan6layout007.jpg[/IMG]

Thanks for the opportunity to win!

Kim VanSheppy said...

I embossed the waves.
http://frenziedfabrications.blogspot.com/2010/08/okay.html

Yvonne said...

Some cards I enjoyed doing with an embossing folder are my Sweet Bunny Card - http://paperflourish.blogspot.com/2010/01/sweet-bunny-card.html

myBlack & White 3D Flower Card - http://paperflourish.blogspot.com/2010/01/black-white-monotone-card.html

my Shabby Chic Card http://paperflourish.blogspot.com/2010/01/shabby-chic-silhouette-card.html

my Butterfly Card -
http://paperflourish.blogspot.com/2010/01/blog-post.html

Cuttlebug folders give such a lovely added effect. Thanks for the chance to join in the fun.

April said...

Very cool! Here's a link to a card on my blog where I used a Script Text embossing folder...

http://scrapperforever.blogspot.com/2010/06/cardabilities-reveal-6.html

Thanks for the chance to win!!
- April W

Allison Cope said...

I love using my embossing folders whenever possible. My last embosses project was the cover paper for my luggage mini album:

http://yourmemoriescanada.blogspot.com/2010/08/one-mini-two-mini-red-mini-blue-mini.html

Sandy Ang said...

I don't have an die-cut machines so keeping my fingers crossed to be picked.

Here's a card I saw on 2peas that's got an awesome embossed background border :

http://www.twopeasinabucket.com/gallery/member/457594-specialkjv300/1657966-embossing-card/

pictures2pages said...

LOVE my cuttlebug and embossing folders. I actually just created a xmas card the other day with an embossing folder which I then distressed.

pictures2pages said...

Forgot to post my link.

http://mypictures2pages.blogspot.com/2010/08/christmas-card-in-summer.html

HappyExpressions said...

I love embossing folders! They can really make the card or project look finished. Here is an album I have made using the devine swirls embossing folder.

http://happyexpressions.blogspot.com/2010/08/girly-lamb-shaped-album.html#comments

Darlene S. said...

I don't have a Cuttlebug but I do have some Fiskars embossing plates, and they are super cute and fun. I never heard of the rolling pin idea, but it sounds fabulous!!! I would love to try this neat little machine and embossing folders! :)

I dry embossed on the last layout of my post found here:

http://scrappygolucky.blogspot.com/2010/03/older-2009-scrapbook-layouts.html

Thanks so much for the chance!

Diana said...

what a fantastic idea--rolling pin! Here is a link to a card that I made using this EXACT folder!
http://wonderwoman-diana.blogspot.com/2010/06/camp-cards.html
Thanks for the chance to win!

chignon said...

I've been saving for a cuttlebug but something always comes along (textbooks for two kids in college!). Here is a project I love because it is so simple and wonderful http://www.cricutholiday.com/2010/08/seasons-greetings-card-made-using.html

Kelly Sas said...

I am a huge fan of embossing as a technique for my cards and I had fun making this masculine card using one: http://www.fiskateers.com/community/photo/59859/

Thanks for your great inspiration of your cards!

Pretty Little Paper Love said...

This is a page that I designed using 3 or 4 different cuttlebug folders!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/hellomindy/4680277471/

Sandra said...

so cute!
Sandra

ruth said...

Here's a fun project: http://gratefulheart-carin.blogspot.com/2010/08/being-attractive.html

Sandra said...

I love Pat's work ... http://patstamps.blogspot.com/2010/06/june-blog-hop-technique-by-design.html
thanks for the fun!
Sandra

Jennifer Hansen said...

http://jenniferhansenscrapgallery.blogspot.com/2010/01/midnight-oil-scrapbook-designs-1-2-3.html

Cristi said...

I would love to win!! Thank you so much for the great tip!!! I might have to try it. I found this and it had some great tips!! http://www.allthatscraps.com/index.php?main_page=page&id=17&chapter=0

Hugs
Cristi

Laura Stewart said...

here is one that I made using coredinations cardstock - it makes embossing way more fun

http://s1020.photobucket.com/albums/af330/coredinations/?action=view&current=gallery-proud-small.jpg&currenttag=Laura Stewart

Beth said...

I am absolutely adoring the embossing that I see - I found this example and love all the little touches the artist added to the embossing:

http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1780254?&si=cuttlebug

What a great giveaway you are having - thanks!

Precious Memories Scrapbooking & More said...

Love that card!! here is my link - I embossed all the letters, clouds and sun in my name collage I created...
http://preciousmem.blogspot.com/2010/08/gift-for-our-new-great-niece.html

paperpapier said...

Here is my link embossed layout. I used Cuttlebug floral swirl and swiss dot folder to emboss the embellishment and journal.

Audra said...

Super fun giveaway!! Here's a link to embossed card that I made...
http://www.scrapbook.com/galleries/458233/view/2683369/4/1.html

rose said...

here's 1 that i found and love:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/15927968@N00/3862601959/

basically, they rolled the embossing plate over an aluminum wrapped tag. it looks like real metal that costs $$$$. genius, isn't it?

Donna said...

I would love to try something like this when doing my cards this year-
http://www.heartprints.net/gallery/christmas/card/4385/
thanks for the chance :)

mickey70 said...

I love embossing and imagininisce products, here is a card I cased for mother's day, http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=132956&l=e254560f73&id=100001236883453, thanks for opportunity
mickey70@earthlink.net

mickey70 said...

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=132956&id=100001236883453#!/photo.php?pid=132955&id=100001236883453&fbid=121111557940073, this is the correct link i believe, mickey70@earthlink.net

monica said...

http://balsamodellanima.blogspot.com/2010/05/impronte-dautoreinvito.html

johnandcarolee said...

Soo love that machine!! Cute and strong and compact! Love to have it! Thanks for all the great products!! http://cuttlebugchallenge.blogspot.com/

sucor said...

I'd love to win a Cuttlebug and some embossiong folders! I would like to try this simple yet lovely sympathy card since I find those hard to make: http://bellabugcreations.blogspot.com/2010/08/with-sympathy-cuttlebug-spot.html

moloneyat said...

What an awesome prize - I would love to win a Cuttlebug!!!
I have only hand embossed using Fiskars texture plates & stylus - here is a link to one of my projects in the Fiskateer gallery http://www.fiskateers.com/gallery/index/43 - mine is the photo with the black-white-red cards and the blue embossing plates & stylus in the back ground. There are many projects in the Fiskateer gallery where papercrafters have used embossing machines and made beautiful cards :)
Thank you for the chance to win!!!
TracyM #6773

KarenB said...

What a fabulous giveaway! Here's a link to the most recent card I made using a Cuttlebug folder:

http://beingkaren.blogspot.com/2010/08/inspired.html

Angel said...

This is one I found that I really liked, I love the card.
http://donnamundinger-popsicletoes.blogspot.com/2010/08/cuttlebug-spot-oh-baby.html

She did a great job.

NANA R NASSAR said...

I don´t have one embossing machine but i´ve been trying to buy one...but who knows, mayba it´s my lucky time here...I found this beautiful card online...and I just loved! http://www.amazingpapergrace.com/bird-call-cuttlebug/

xoxoxo

connie said...

I don't have an embossing machine but have wanted a Cuttlebug a long time! thanks for a chance to win.
http://www.provocraft.com/projects/projects.php?prdindex=cuttlebug&dsp=project&idnum=69

Bobbi said...

Those cards are so cute, I love the paper candles. I love the look of embossing. I love to go here, http://cuttlebugchallenge.blogspot.com/2010/08/be-inspired-98-under-sea.html, to see a variety of projects with embossing. Thanks for the chance to win.

ScrapMomOf2 said...

The Cuttlebug and their embossing folders make card making SO easy! I love them!! I love SANDING the paper after I've embossed! It's an awesome look!! :)

I use them all the time! Here are a couple of my favorites:

http://crazyforcrafting.blogspot.com/2008/02/bird-card.html

http://crazyforcrafting.blogspot.com/2008/06/bbtb-accents-essentials-circle.html

{VICKI} said...

Well, I don't have a machine and i don't know how to do a link BUT
if you'll go to DANNISDOODLES.TYPEPAD.COM
she has tons of embossed cards (with a cuddlebug) on her blog---Love her work!!!!!!

Char said...

I really love the look of embossed projects and would absolutely LOVE to own this fabulous machine! Here's a link I found to an embossed project using a Cuttlebug!http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00d8341c801453ef00e5514881e18834

deana said...

My first time EVER trying out embossing. I think I may have a new addiction here. ;-)

http://deanaboston.typepad.com/divalogues/2010/08/trying-out-new-things.html

lisakelly110803 said...

shhhh... don't say it too loud that you can emboss with a rolling pin! I'll never get my Cuttlebug if my boyfriend finds that out!

I don't have a project done but I thought it would be neat if you sprayed a piece of white paper down with colored water and then embossed with a rolling pin! Maybe a couple different colors!

A Cuttlebug is at the top of my "NEED" list!

Cindy d said...

I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to win! Thanks for the tip about the rolling pin. I don't have any embossing folders since I thought you needed the machine with them, but now that I know...

Here's a card that I LOVE:
http://www.scrapbook.com/gallery/?m=image&id=2842537&type=card&c=110&start=80

Creative Char said...

Love the dry embossing! Here's my layout:
http://vanillabeancreations.blogspot.com/2010/08/happy-as-clam-layout.html

JustYolie said...

I love the Cuttlebug! I created a b-day card this week using the argyle folder. Here's the link to the card: http://justyolie.blogspot.com/2010/08/birthday-card.html

Auntie Em said...

Cuttlebugs are awesome!!! I love showing anyone who will listen, how it works and all the pretty LOs and cards you can create!
Thanks for sharing! :o)

Here are a couple of things I have done!
http://scrappingsomememories.blogspot.com/2010/08/august-can-i-introduce-you-to-september.html

~Heidi said...

Here are a few cards I did using the cuttlebug I borrowed from a friend. I loved that thing so much, I asked her how much to take it off her hands!
http://heidihasanidea.blogspot.com/2010/07/birthday-cupcake-cards.html
Would love to have some new friends follow my blog also if you like what you see.

terriavidreader (IN-USA) said...

A recent card I made for a new neighbor: Here uses a leaf embossing folder. Love it. And I just won another folder (just yesterday) and I'm looking forward to that!

Jen Adkins said...

I have a winter card I did with one of the cuttlebug folders HERE:
http://jenadkinsdesigns.blogspot.com/2010/01/snow-snow-go-away.html

scrapperbecka said...

Don't have one yet.. Maybe I will after this drawing, but one of my favorite project is http://www.cricutholiday.com/2010/07/its-joyful-christmas-with-martha.html

Rebecca said...

Here is a card I embossed:
http://www.3scrappyboys.com/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=7356&ppuser=567

kellmg said...

I don't own a cuttlebug...yet!!! :) But if I did the possibilities would be endless!! Here is a card I found that I thought was so neat!!
Thanks for the chance to win!!
http://clairedaly.typepad.com/sisterhood_of_the_travell/2008/02/cuttlebug-birds.html

Becky said...

I don't own one and have been wanting one for a while! I think this would really spiff up my scrapbooking. Here is an embossed card online that I have bookmarked
http://www.craftideas.info/html/embossed_butterfly_card_b.html

scrappin_in_AK said...

gorgeous cards - wonderful giveaway

LL said...

Oh, I love it! I JUST used a Cuttlebug for the first time this week and love the embossing feature!

Amanda said...

I made over 150 cards recently MOST of which were embossed. I <3 the embossed texture. Here's the group picture
http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=6822998&l=e4b78ff5ae&id=630396328

crittercrafts said...

Here is a Christmas card I made that has an embossed paper on it.
http://clubcreatingkeepsakes.com/media/p/280396.aspx

ScrappyScavenger said...

Heres one done with my Sezzix, it doesnt die cut though! http://scrappyscavenger.blogspot.com/2010/08/snowman-from-camping-out-cartridge.html

ShoppingTamii said...

hope I'm not too late! I haven't embossed (bought the embossing tip for my slice, but haven't tried yet)...but I found this pretty card: http://www.scrapbook.com/gallery/?m=image&id=2893059&type=card&c=110

karennarelle said...

hmmm, yes well i wish i owned a cuttle bug, so i went and searched the net and i woul be using this one first!
http://www.craftathome.co.uk/images/Cuttle/37-1609.jpg
but as for an example i would pick this
http://images.splitcoaststampers.com/data/gallery/19989/2010/08/28/Enameled_Teapot001_by_Kathnan.jpg?ts=1283018862

Josy said...

Well, how I wish a Cuttlebug... I don't have one, so here is a link for a great project I saw, using felt and cuttlebug embossing folders
http://marciamattos.blogspot.com/2009/04/20000-visitas-pap-20000-hits-tutorial.html

Heather said...

I don't have one, but I love this project I found, and it's similar to the card shown here!

http://www.overthekitchencounter.com/over_the_kitchen_counter_/2010/08/dry-heat-embossed-happy-birthday.html

heatheranne99 at gmail dot com

Ms. Jen said...

What a fantastic giveaway! Here's some cards I found done by the wonderful Sandee using her cuttlebug: http://simplysouthernsandee.blogspot.com/

Thanks for the chance to win!

Shraddha said...

I don't own a cuttlebug or embossing folders.. and I do pine for it..
This is one tutorial that I just cannot get out of my mind
http://cardsandthings.blogspot.com/2010/04/cuttlebugging-again.html
Thanks for a chance to win..I'm already a follower

Chris Wooten said...

I do not have a cuttlebug or folders yet. I went on internet searching for cuttlebug embossing and I found on their site some beautiful birthday cards embossed with candle folder.

I so hope to win. I am raising 3 grandchildren and it makes for no money for crafts, lol I craft with my 3 but we sometimes have to revert back to the basic way of just sissors,etc...

Thank you so much for this awesome chance. I follow your site and facebook,etc..

Grandma Chris

mcwooten1999@carolina.rr.com

OrangeMama said...

OMG, fabulous giveaway, I really hope to win. I don't own any of special scrapbooking equipment more axpensive than my paper simple paper cutter, so I went online to check it out, and, oh - how could I not fall in love - so many options and possibilities. Here is a card I found made by some lucky owner of the machine. http://papercreationsbysusiq.typepad.com/.a/6a01156f68cd0b970c0133ef9fae33970b-800wi

Court said...

Fabulous giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

http://courtscrafts.blogspot.com/2010/09/be-inspired-99-my-pink-stamper-and-our.html

Nikki said...

This would be so amazing to win I don't own any cuttlebug or folders My sister is sweet to run me some thru her's every once in a while. I would just love to return the favor to her
thanks for the chance at this it would be so fab to win good luck to everyone!!!
hugs Nikki

Here's my link to one I just love using them :)
http://graphixanddesign.blogspot.com/2010/08/yellow.html
and here's another with the Happy Birthday folder
http://graphixanddesign.blogspot.com/2010/07/big-birthdays-cars-as-present.html

Chelsea A said...

Funny - I just learned this technique this week before I saw your blog post!
Here's my link to what I made -
http://pursuingthecalling.blogspot.com/2010/09/anniversary-card.html

~Chelsea

Shelee said...

I haven't used any embossing folders to create, but I have been very envious of my friends who own Cuttlebugs. I would love to own one too!
Here is a lovely creation by a forum friend of mine that I would like to share:

http://www.littlescrapbookshop.com.au/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=17893&limit=recent

Thank you for this fabulous offer!
Shelee
http://scrappinupastorm.blogspot.com/

Eva said...

Wow! fabulous giveaway! I don't own a cuttlebug but I would love to! I found this great project using it: http://www.twopeasinabucket.com/gallery/member/303383-danit/1655415-be-mine-card-pink-paislee/
thanks for the chance to win

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