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  • Amy Long

    Card Idea: stamp a background using your embossing folders

  • Maggie McClune

    Passionately Artistic: Victorian Folder Preview: Stamping with your Embossing Folders A great idea

  • Laura Godere

    Stamping a background using your embossing folders. I have done this several times and it works amazingly. The Cuttlebug folders are easy to clean. Try it.. you will be surprised by the results you get. Yet another way to use your embossing folders! Terri of Two Pink Peas

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To create the background I used an embossing folder as my stamp. A great way to make your products go a little further! I inked up just some of the honeycombs on the bottom layer of the embossing folder using a Crumb Cake Stampin' Write Marker. I then pressed my card stock down on it to transfer the ink. A brayer works great for this also.