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Old 10-28-2007, 12:28 PM   #1  
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Has anyone tried inking up cuttlebug embossing folders before they embossed the paper? I saw some card samples at a lss where they did this. They inked up one side and the embossed part was white and the other part was whatever color ink you used in one card sample. They inked up the other side and the embossed part was whatever ink you used and the other part was white in another card sample. It looked really neat. Was wondering if anyone has tried it and if they have any tips or photos in their gallery.
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Old 10-28-2007, 12:42 PM   #2  
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Has anyone tried inking up cuttlebug embossing folders before they embossed the paper? I saw some card samples at a lss where they did this. They inked up one side and the embossed part was white and the other part was whatever color ink you used in one card sample. They inked up the other side and the embossed part was whatever ink you used and the other part was white in another card sample. It looked really neat. Was wondering if anyone has tried it and if they have any tips or photos in their gallery.
An inked hard rubber brayer is an easy way to apply ink to the embossing folder...the brayer will apply the ink where wanted, in the wanted amount.
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I have done it. It isn't the cleanest of images, but it does create a nice coordinating paper to use on cards.
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