Carolina Girl (Cely)
Wednesday Tutorial
at Catch the Bug
sponsored by Bugaboo Stamps
(1st posting today)

Yup, I could order Tim Holtz brick embossing folder, but I thought I would make my own.  So I made a vertical and horizontal faux brick embossing folder to meet my needs.

I have a few pictures here to share showing the end result.  I felt a video would be easier than writing all the steps.  I'm such a visual person!







21 Responses
  1. Tammy Miller Says:

    This is super cool I can not wait to try it!


  2. Clairebears Says:

    Ooooh I can't wait either - what a brillaint idea :0), than k you for sharing it x


  3. Lori Says:

    This is SUCH a great idea Cely. Your video is awesome and I love hearing your voice! Great job-thanks for the inspiration!
    Lori


  4. Virgo5 Says:

    Awesome tutorial Cely and what a great idea! What a inexpensive way to get a vertical & horizontal brick effect. I have the Tim Holtz one but I may have to make one to fit the other way! Thanks for sharing!


  5. Linda w Says:

    Great tutorial. I've become a follower. Hugs lin


  6. Billie A Says:

    what a great idea I love what you did and will for sure be making my embossing board. Thanks for the great tutorial. Love your work and congratulations on your recent win. You card was stunning so bright it really stood out loved it.,


  7. Jennifer Says:

    Great idea, I never would have thought about making embossing folders myself!


  8. Min Says:

    This tutorial is just fabulous!! So glad you shared it with us!
    Hugs & Happy Days!
    ~Min


  9. scrapn Says:

    Great idea! Thanks for sharing! Your embossed papers turned out fantastic!! Kathy B


  10. Awesome video Cely! Besides being incredibly crafty...you are so incredibly techie too! Great job!


  11. Pinkllilac Says:

    Fantastic vidio Cely will be trying this one out.
    Thanks for tut too.
    Hugs Linda


  12. jperr Says:

    Thanks for the awesome tutorial I can't wait to try it.
    Jocelan


  13. Myrna Says:

    Cely
    Thanks for the great tutorial. I must try that. Funny how your tut came just when I was trying to make brick work with the Scor Pal. lol
    Also, nice to put a voice with your face. That is such a bonus; just makes you that much more personal.
    Myrna


  14. Janet Says:

    Very cool. What a great idea. Can't wait to try it with my girls. I just got them an embossing sizzix and now they scan make their own embossing folder...WooHoo!


  15. craftybunny Says:

    Brilliant idea and great tutorial.Definitely going to give this a go.
    Lisa x


  16. Pretty cool idea! I think this design would be suitable for all boys and girls using some folders. It's simply amazing.


  17. ~ Joy. C ~ Says:

    Question. the brown mat that show onto the faux brick embossing folder tutorial . What is it ? I am deaf . Can't hear a thing you are saying. Sorry but I would LOVE to try this. This is amazing idea. wow. Many thank for your time and reply.


  18. ~ Joy. C ~ Says:

    Question ..I was watching your video of faux brick embossing folder tutorial . first of all I'm deaf. I need to know what is that brown mat you were using onto this hard broad box ? This is amazing idea . I would LOVE to try it.


  19. For Joy....Joy, the brown rubbery thing is just a scrap of a rubber gasket repair kit from Home Depot. Many people buy the embossing mat that is made for the Cuttlebug, but I'm cheap and the rubber repair gasket kit is cheaper and you get several pieces. I hope you see this comment because you did not leave me an email address to write.


  20. ~ Joy. C ~ Says:

    Carolina Girl (Cely) .. I read your message and Many thank for a fast reply. Let you know this is my first time using this comment. Yes I got a few of your email that you send me of your beautiful cards. I enjoyed it so much. thank again, Joy


  21. Cheribella Says:

    This is wonderful! I have been searching for the perfect brick embossing folder and I just cannot find what I want. You have just ended my search. I would have NEVER dreamed of making one of my own. I may never buy another folder again. I am so impressed with your creative mind. I cannot thank you enough for sharing this idea!!!
    Cheri


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