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Dry Emboss and Cut by April Williams


Supplies needed:

  1. exacto knife
  2. cutting pad
  3. bright scraps of paper
  4. regular tape
  5. embossing folder
  6. embossing machine
  7. white card stock

Run the white card stock through the embossing folder using the embossing machine.

Start cutting out areas from the embossed card using an exacto knife.

Here is the card after I finished cutting out the areas I wanted.

You may do the next step different ways. On this piece I cut out areas of bright patterned paper and taped them on the back. The back looks messy but of course it will be covered up.

Turn the card over and this is what it looks like on the front!

You can also use a piece of patterned paper behind the card instead of cutting up patterned paper. It just depends on the look you want. I used one piece of patterned paper behind this card.

On this card I used glitter in the cut areas! I backed the embossed black card stock with sticker paper and added glitter.


Sparkle N Sprinkle supplies used:

  1. Zendoodle Rainbow stamp set 462 -- bird
  2. Hummingbird and Flowers stamp set 451 - saying
  3. Happy Birthday stamp set 416
  4. Blue Jewel glitter G1113
  5. Cerise  glitter G1104
  6. Autumn Medley glitter G1013





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