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Old 02-23-2011, 08:07 AM   #1
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Anyone have any svg files for making embossing folders? One of my favourites is here but I'd like to find some more before I try and create one on my own:

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That is so cool, I am going to have to try it!!!
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I did this one last night and I like the results. It was a bit time consuming to glue all the little bits around the heart down. Considering some folders go on sale for $3 and under, I don't know if my time was worth it but I'm going to try a few more just for fun. It is nice to be able to customize your card with something that others don't necessarily have.

It was my first time using a deep cut blade in my Cricut and I somehow stripped the screw that holds the blade mechanism in because I couldn't get it to tighten up properly. I fixed it by using some of teflon tape that plumbers use to attach things like a shower head to the piping - I don't know if I have the name correct but I'll know when hubby goes to look for the tape and it is missing. I'm glad that this worked because the screw mechanism doesn't look like it would be easy to replace.
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