I've been using embossing folders for quite a number of years now and so I don't read the packaging. You've used one embossing folder, you've used them all. NOT! I suspected strongly that this embossing folder would not go through my Big Shot with the normal "sandwich" of platform, cutting pad, embossing folder with paper, cutting pad. This Dynamic embossing folder looked to be as thick as one of my cutting plates. I held it up against one just to test my theory. It was thicker. Actually it was approximately as thick as my cutting plate plus a normal embossing folder. So I tested my theory one step further and ran the folder through my Big Shot with only one cutting plate, the Dynamic embossing folder holding paper, and the platform. And it embossed the paper.
So I did something that I hadn't done in years. I read the packaging for this Dynamic embossing folder. And it told me to do exactly what I had just done.
Well, I had this embossed piece of cardstock. That just didn't seem right. I had to use it for something. It had been a while since I made a card simply for pleasure without the pressure of a challenge or a blog hop. So I did just that. I made a card simply for pleasure, just because I had a piece of cardstock which I had just embossed. With no plan in mind, I proceeded to go where inspiration might take me.
The result? I may just have people make this at my next workshop or crop. And to top it off, I had so much fun.
Stamp set: Sweet Home
Paper: Very Vanilla, Whisper White, Wasabi Green, Real Red, Baked Brown Sugar, Silver Foil
Inks: Real Red, Almost Artichoke, Chocolate Chip, Baked Brown Sugar
Tools: Cable Knit Dynamic embossing folder, Home Sweet Home Thinlits dies, Pretty Pines Thinlits Dies, Banners Framelits, Delicate Ornaments Thinlits (hook)
Yes, I admit that I used the retired Baked Brown Sugar cardstock and ink but this was just for fun and I happen to love that colour, especially for gingerbread.