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July 30, 2012

Design Team: Denise O'Connor Week 5 Term 4

Cutting Fabric with the eBosser

Denise has a talent for making videos. So, it's a good thing that she received the eBosser first, and is now giving us amazing video tutorials! See what she created today!!!

Happy Monday Crafters!! I am so excited for today’s post because I have an all-new eBosser video for you!
Before we get to the video, let me share with you first the card that I made using fabric cut with the eBosser which is what the video is all about.


The flower in my card is cut using the AccuQuilt Go Die called Round Flower. The first thing that I did was cut all my fabric pieces (up to 8 layers at a time) in one pass with the eBosser. That’s right! 8 Layers! How awesome is that?
Next, I used that same die to cut out some cereal weight chipboard from the same die and I used some liquid adhesive to adhere the fabric to the chipboard to create this layered, dimensional fabric flower.
I couldn’t stop there, after all the eBosser was all warmed up and ready to go for me, so I decided to have some fun with embossing! Using the Craftwell Regency embossing folder, I brayered on some Papertrey Ink Hawaiian Shores ink onto one side of the embossing folder. I then carefully inserted a piece of Hawaiian Shores cardstock into the folder and ran it through my eBosser. This technique really adds something to embossing and I just love how it makes this folder look even more vintage. All that was left to do was to round the corners, add it to a white cardbase and stamp my sentiment on the leaf of the flower. The sentiment is from Papertrey Ink’s Signature Series: Butterfly stamp set.

I just love how this card came together and it just goes to show you….the possibilities are endless with the eBosser.
So, now here is the video that I put together for you showing you how to cut 8 layers of fabric in a single pass. I demonstrate this with two of the most common types of steel rule dies available…AccuQuilt Go dies and Sizzix Bigz dies. Enjoy the show!

Thank you Denise! Tell Denise how you like her videos, by leaving her a comment!

Denise O'Connor
 


7 comments :

  1. Fantastic!!! I can't wait to get mine!!! Thank you !!

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  2. Wow how big of accuquilt dies. An you cut. Just the baby go or the regular go dies. Nice video as always.

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  3. Looks like a cool machine. thanks for the demo

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  4. this is really lovely, makes me want to try embossing! just stumbled upon your blog and I really love it!
    x


    D a n i e l l e | daniellewu.com
    ps. I am hosting a giveaway on my blog and I would love it if you won! :) Enter to win artwork by Mui-ko!

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  5. Danielle,

    Thanks for visiting!

    Team Craftwell

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  6. Fabulous, I cannot wait to get mine!!! TFS Denise!
    Have a great day!
    Liz

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