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Bekah

Thanks for renewing my love for my old embossing folders! I haven't used them in ages.

Amy K

Pretty layout - great techniques. I've been waiting (im)patiently for the kraft Core'dinations to arrive at my LSS.

Marina Vosloo

This looks absolutely stunning! Love it. Can't wait to try it out!

Kelly Braund

Beautiful! I love using my embossing folders with these papers- awesome!
In fact- I just did that on a Halloween card I posed on my blog the other day!

ellen s

This is awesome!!!

Tammy

I love the idea using the web for veins! I happen to have those dies too without the leaf veins so this idea is going to be PERFECT! Thanks!!!!!!

Maria Matter

Gorgeous!!!

Just A Pac Rat

Wow that is an awesome way to use your tools. I have used upto 3 on a page before but can't imagine 36. LOL, well could be because I only own 14. TFS

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Donna W

love the layout and the embossing. Have to get my cuttlebug out again. Thanks for the inspiration

littlen

i love all my embossing folders and texture plates. they are one of my go to items on almost every project.

Cassandra

Very cool technique Sarah! Love your projects! I am bettin' the kraft core is your favourite being the Kraft lover that you are. Looking forward to seeing you at both events.:)

Berta

Ohhh can't wait to see the kraft core paper! Love the LO's! I need to get my folders out an play some more!

Lisa P

GORGEOUS!!! Love me some Core'dinations!!

Ida P. Krause

These are fabulous pages. The technique would work wonderfully well on cards as well. Thanks for sharing.

Jennifer Reynard

Oh my goodness, love how you have transformed your paper into a 3d look using the embossing folders! Very well done!

Maria G.

Thanks for sharing the embossing techniques...I need to use my Big shot more often.

sharon hack

Thanks very much for the great ideas. I keep thinking I have to only use the embossing folders on paper the same size. Not very good at thinking "outside the box" or in this case the "dimensions."

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