Monday, April 22, 2013

Debossing With Dies

Hi!
Chrissie here to share a pretty simple way to make your dies even more versatile.  I recently discovered how to deboss without cutting using my dies!

First, I started out by stamping the cute little paper airplane and trail from Flying By.  I colored it in with Spectrum Noir markers, being careful to match the patterned paper I picked out (Daphne's Closet).



Then I grabbed the circle die I wanted (Quickutz) and placed it, cut side down onto the card.  I adhered it in place using some washi tape.



Then, I flipped it over.  Using my Cuttlebug, from the BOTTOM UP, this is the order:

A Plate
B Plate
Die
Cardstock
3 pieces of scrap cardstock
Tan Mat
B Plate





Once it comes out, gently pull up the washi tape (it could rip since so much pressure was applied) and you have a debossed image!




For this card, I wanted to deboss multiple times, so I ran the die through over and over again until I had the pattern I wanted.


The final card:



And this view shows the debossing a little better:



I figured now that Lawn Fawn has so many amazing dies out, this is the perfect technique to use (and excuse to buy those dies!)!!


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12 comments:

  1. Very cool! I haven't done this for a long time, thanks for the reminder!! And how fun now that Lawn Fawn has so many cute dies!!

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  2. that is really really cool!! and your card is so fun!! LOVE that paper pieced airplane!! thank you SO much for sharing!

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  3. DEBOSSING..I love it but did not know how to create it.
    THANKS for sharing!

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  4. cool! I've often wondered if this would work but haven't yet tried it! TFS!

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  5. I've always wondered how debossing was done. Thanks
    for sharing.

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  6. very cool! thanks for the sandwich recipe :)
    -Rachel w k
    rwkrafts.blogspot.com

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  7. that is so cool, you always have the coolest tricks!

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  8. I was wondering what the recipe would be for doing this using my big shot. I am very new to using the big shot and would definitely appreciate knowing. Thank you and thanks for teaching me something new!

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  9. Sarah, I am not familiar with the Big Shot - I've only used my Cuttlebug. I am assuming they are pretty similar, though. I would suggest maybe trying the same combo, but maybe with less cardstock first, just to see how the impression is. If it seems too tight, don't force it through - you could break your machine. I have also heard that if you don't have the Tan Mat, you can go to a hardware store and ask for a Plumber's Mat. Basically, I used the normal combo I use with an embossing folder, but I added the 3 pieces of cardstock along with the mat. Does that make sense?

    :)

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  10. Thank you Chrissie, I appreciate your help. I'll try it out. =)

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  11. Good luck! And let me know if it works! I'd love to see your project(s) you make with it.

    You can email me at harvestmoonpapiere@gmail.com

    I can update this post and add your test to it! :)

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