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    Resist embossing technique

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    Quick Tip Tuesday - Embossing Folder Resist How to use your embossing folders in a new way called Emboss Resist. This will allow you to customize where you want your embossing to show up. You will need several layers of thin cardboard (3 layers), glue, temporary adhesive, embossing folder and a Big Shot or Cuttlebug. First, figure out a shape or area that you don't want embossed on a card. Cut that out on several layers of this cardboard and glue together.

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