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I like the hard to see details in scrapbooking and on paper. Embossing is an excellent detail. I also like to use everyday items to produce results. I ...
Paper – 20 pound general purpose 110-pound card stock Plastic pressure pad: I purchased and using plastic from a file folder. Rubber backing pad: I purchase some ...
I used a 3 by 5 card to make a template. I made my design on the card and cut it out with household scissors. I traced the template onto ...
First - The rubber backing plate is placed down first Second - I used 110-card stock paper. Third - The flexible platic template is placed.
I set the opening setting to the greatest level (largest opening)
This is the embossed image in/on the paper (flipped over) next to the template. Second image is the embossed paper.
I placed stick on foam shapes onto a plastic pressure pad and ran it thru the pasta machine. I used the rubber backing pad and 110 pound paper. Taking ...
Using flexible plastic patterns produce very nice embossed images
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