Stampin’ UP! Merriest Moments with Merriest Frames Hybrid Embossing Folder Sneak Peek Video Tutorial

July 28, 2021

OH, this is my favorite item in the NEW July- December 2021 Mini (Holiday) Catalog!!! I enjoyed playing around with all the things you can do with the Stampin’ UP! Merriest Moments Bundle!

Watch this video I made showing how to use the Stampin’ UP! Merriest Moments Bundle with the Merriest Frames Hybrid Embossing Folder…it is so verstile! It is available on August 3!

My white card simply uses the Merriest Frames Hybrid Embossing Folder as a traditional embossing folder.

The Polished Pink card uses the die inside the hybrid embossing folder that embosses and cuts at the same time.

This is just awesome- gorgeous deep embossing and die cut at the same time! But that’s not all the bundle can do…

The Soft Sea Foam card uses the intricate framed die AFTER the framed foliage was embossed and die cut using the Merriest Frames Hybrid Embossing Folder. The die shown below does NOT go in the embossing folder.

Note: I used a white foliage frame on the card below but showed you the sample with a Soft Sea Foam above:)

And…you can even emboss and die cut a panel in white with the hybrid embossing folder (or another color for that matter) and inlay a contrasting color foliage frame! You then get the fun little starry snowflakes from the embossing folder that surround the frame:) Pretty cool, huh?

All cards are A2 sized- 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ that fit in a medium envelope. The landscape card base (Soft Sea Foam) is 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ scored at 4-1/4″ on the 8-1/2″ side. The portrait card bases (Polished Pink and Basic White) are 4-1/4″ x 11″ scored at 5-1/2″ on the 11″ side.

Thanks for buzzing by, friends…

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6 comments

  1. Beautiful cards. I was looking for something simple to make 50 Christmas cards for the seniors at church. I just added this to my list.

  2. Loved the cards but the verbiage stamps are not crisp images. Is this Stamp in Up ink? Or is this how the words stamp? I like my words to be crisp not kinda smudged.

    1. Hi Dianne, these are crisp images…this was the first time I used them and did not really pay attention…you know sometimes it takes a few impressions, and I was using a brand new ink pad, too. But I have used it since, and it is crisp!

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