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Watch Along Wednesday – Christmas Cut & Emboss card

Crafter's Companion – 25/09/19

Welcome back to another wonderful installment of the Watch Along Wednesday series! We’re definitely not slowing down on our Christmas content just yet – in fact, it’s about the right time of the year for everyone to get cracking with their cardmaking, so if you’re yet to start, you’re going to love today’s bit of inspiration.

In this post, you can discover how David Falcon brings the Peace Cut and Emboss Folder design to life with punchy colours and a little bit of gold gilding wax. Honestly, you need to see how the central Christmas tree shines through once he swipes the wax over the top. It’s simply stunning!

Have a watch of the video below to see how the Cut & Emboss Folders work and discover how you can create incredibly beautiful Christmas cards.

These unique embossing folders are fabulously versatile, and emboss and cut your card or paper at the same time. All you need to do is place your chosen card or paperstock inside your favourite folder, sandwich the folder between two cutting plates and roll the whole thing through your die-cutting machine.

Compatible with most leading die-cutting machines, these cut and emboss folders are ideal to add to your collection to help save you precious time while crafting. Just let the folders and die-cutting machine do all the work for you!

You all know how much we love a versatile product here at Crafter’s Companion, so you can also use these Cut and Emboss Folders to create shaker cards. Just add acetate, sparkles and another layer of card, and you’ll be good to go!

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We’ll meet you back here next Wednesday for another edition of Watch Along Wednesday! If you’ve been looking to add 3D floral elements to your papercraft creations, you’ll have to check out how David uses the Double-Sided Floral Dies! In the meantime, make sure you share your Christmas Cut & Emboss Folder creations with us on social, using the #WatchAlongWed hashtag!