Hey folks, I’ve started working on my Christmas cards for this year, and I needed a design that I could fairly easily mass produce (30-40 cards). I think this one will work. I downloaded and streamlined a design I got from Adobe Stock (by artinspiring) in the free section, and created an embossing folder by gluing the cutouts from one piece onto another piece that matched (I scored the design to make gluing easier).
Works great! After adding cardstock and running through my Big Shot Pro:
But wait, there’s more! Matching stencils, one for each color:
Just add a stamped greeting and a nice border, and job’s done.
You can really see the dimension from the side:
Edit: forgot to mention what I used to make these items. The embossing folder was made from Graphix plastic sheets, 0.02”, which according to the manufacturer are made of polyester. The stencils were made from 7 mil Mylar (polyester) which I got from @smcgathyfay (I don’t know if she’s still on the forum, haven’t heard from her for a couple years).