Have we got a gorgeous project for you! This is Joann's first post on our team, and we are seriously super impressed by her skills! See all the details on this beautiful 3D Gazebo!
Today I am really excited to share with you my first project for
the Craftwell Design Team featuring the new Teresa Collins ‘Beautiful
Words’ embossing folder & ‘Woodgrain’ embossing folder.
One of the big things we love to do in the Summer is spend time
at our cottage but we rarely take the time to enjoy it. We always have
too many projects and not enough time. So this year I want to spend more
time sitting in my Gazebo. With that in mind I decided to create my Dream
I used theWinter
Gazebo SVG Kitfrom
SVGCuts.com and papers by Maja Design and Pion Design. There is a detailed
video on how to assemble this kit on the SVGCuts.com website.
For the roof panels and the panels on the box base I passed them
through my eBosser using the Teresa Collins embossing folders before I
attached them to the project. Another trick I like to do with
the ‘Beautiful Words’ embossing folder is to ink one side of the folder
before you emboss the card stock. By doing this, you get the appearance
of raised letters in the card stock.
Here is a closer look at the top showcasing the gorgeous Teresa
Collins Woodgrain embossing folder.
and a closer look at the base. It's also a box! How
cool is that : )
and finally I added a few chairs inside which were also embossed
with the Teresa Collins Woodgrain embossing folder.
In addition to using the amazing Craftwell eBosser, I used
the Teresa Collins ‘Beautiful Words’ embossing folder & ‘Woodgrain’
embossing folders. If you have not used these embossing folders, I
strongly suggest that you give them a try. Since they are 8.5" x
11" in size you have the capability to emboss many things in 1 single pass
which makes creating just that much easier.
The sandwich combination that is ideal when using these
embossing folders is:
The embossing folder with the card stock inside
Here is a closer look at the products I used:
Thank you Joann!
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