I had the best time making these pretty little gift bags with the Stampin' UP! Fluttering Embossing Folder, and I thought I would share this quick and easy technique with you! I have a VIDEO tutorial for you today, be sure to scroll down to see it! I will show you how I made these and how I stamped on the Fluttering embossing folder image!
These gift treat bags were mailed to the top sellers in my Luv 2 Stamp group last month! I hope they liked them!
Be sure to watch the video to see how easy it is to stamp on the embossed image to achieve this pretty result, and to see how I die cut the butterflies out of the Birthday Bouquet paper!
Watch the Video Below, or, click HERE to see it on YouTube.
As noted in the video, these are the supplies I used:
- Sketched Polkadot Bags #138316
- Tea Lace Paper Doilies #129399
- Fluttering Embossing Folder #139304
- Birthday Bouquet paper #140557
- Butterflies Thinlits #137360
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Isn't that cool... die cutting a butterfly out of printed paper!? Use a fairly small pattern and you'll see such pretty colorful results on your die cut!! Be sure to use your Precision Base Plate and the Die Brush with these intricate designs for best results (see supply photo list at the bottom of this post for all ordering info - just click the product photos to see more info on each product in my online Stampin' UP! store).
As mentioned in the video above, I was using up some supplies from my March Paper Pumpkin kit, and I also made these cards with some of the supplies and the same fluttering embossing folder and the Birthday Bouquet paper die cut butterflies.
Hope you enjoyed that fun "stamping on embossing folder" technique.. have you done that before?
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