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I worked on the design this weekend and made my own embossing folder for my cuttlebug using my Craft Robo. I'm really pleased with how well it turned out. Here is a look at the results I posted in my gallery:
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Once my camera charges up again, I'll post a picture of what the folder looks like. Once you see what the folder looks like its not hard to figure out how to make them. I plan on doing a tutorial with screen shots when I get some free time - year end and inventory coming up at work - so it won't be until after the end of the month.
I think you could do it the same as a stencil on the cuttlebug. You would just punch or cut out the images....maybe even double their thickness, place where you want and use your crease mat. Am I close?
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I cut out my image in both positive and negative - with the negative a couple pixels smaller so it leaves room for the paper and glued it to another double wide scrap making sure the images lined up properly. I used plain cardstock and 3 thicknesses glued together. Hope that makes sense. I will post a picture of the "test folder" tonight, so check my gallery if you want to see what my example looks like.
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There have been a few posts about these folders (inc pikkies showing how the gals did them) on UK Scrappers.co.uk in the Craft Robo section. There are also downloads available for those members with Craft Robo machines.