Sizzix - Tim Holtz - Alterations Collection - Texture Fades - Embossing Folder - Roses




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Your projects will be coming up Roses with this Texture Fades embossing folder from the Alterations Collection by Tim Holtz for Sizzix! The package includes one 4.125" x 5.5" folder designed so that select areas of the image appear perfectly faded and distressed. Use this folder to add texture to cardstock, paper, metallic foil or vellum and the Big Shot, Texture Boutique, BIGkick and Vagabond machines with a pair of Cutting Pads and the machine's included Platform, all sold separately.


SKU: sz-661829 UPC: 630454236535

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  • This is an embossing folder. How does it make the color of the roses fade? How would I use this. I am not getting the idea behind how to use it. It is beautiful.   By: grandmatoall (08-May-17) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • The fading is of the outline of the roses throughout the pattern on the page. It will not affect the color. Your color will be determined by what color paper you use, or if you use white, what color you apply to it (inks, crayons, etc.). First cut your paper or card to the desired size, then put the portion that you want embossed into the folder and run it through your big shot. The impression of the texture from the folder will be left on the portion of the paper that was in the folder. By: marknpattinpets (09-May-17) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!

    • You could ink your folder in a darker ink than your paper or use a core paper. I suggest that you just play with your folder trying different techniques until you find the look you want. By: dumbdora5 (09-May-17) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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