Saturday, August 7, 2010

Scrappin' Saturday: Embossing Kit For The Cricut!

Welcome to Scrappin' Saturday! I hope you all are enjoying the Mini Album Challenge from last Saturday...be sure to submit your "animal-shaped" mini album by August 12 to be eligible for the prize: A "Celebrations" Cricut cartridge!!!

For today's Scrappin' Saturday, I am featuring a neat little gadget: the Embossing Kit by Chomas Creations. This little kit is sooooo fun and versatile, and safe for your Cricut. Here are some of the cool things you can do on your layouts! The following projects are by Amy Chomas...

Not only can you emboss on regular cardstock and vellum:
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You can also use metal sheets directly in your Cricut and emboss with the Embossing Kit for stunning results, like these:
Dr. Seuss Layout:
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Train Layout:
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Aren't these great?!?!?

Check out Amy's tutorial on how to use the Embossing Kit:


Amy very generously donated an Embossing Kit for FCCB to give away to one of our challenge participants, so be sure to check back for next week's Challenge Me Monday for details!
And if you simply can NOT wait to have this kit for yourself, you can order it directly from Amy's website! Visit Chomas Creations for more details!

Happy Scrappin'! :)

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12 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing the video. I'm such a 'visual' person...it helped me a lot.

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  2. This is FANTASTIC!! Where can I buy one of these? And are they expensive?

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  3. This is FANTASTIC!! Where can I buy one of these? And are they expensive?

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  4. That is great... thank you for sharing.

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  5. So great! I adore the train!

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  6. Amy's embosser is amazing...I love mine!

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  7. This is great I cannot believe the detail it picked up.
    Kim xXx

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  8. I'm an Embossing Newbie!!! I think it's wonderful. I can't believe it's taken me this long to get in on it.

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  9. Love the pages that you showed as examples. The train is really neat.

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