Mar 10 2013

NEW Spellbinders 3D M-Bossabilities – by Linda Duke

Are you familiar with the fabulous NEW 3D embossing folders by Spellbinders? If not, you’ll love what you see! I have a few projects to share today done by Linda Duke, along with a video link showing you just how to use these beautiful new folders to their maximum potential.

Just a bit about the Spellbinders M-Bossabilities embossing folders. The standard folders (available in 2 sizes) come with TWO designs per folder. You basically flip the folder inside out and you have the other design to work with. A GREAT idea by Spellbinders.

Well, now with the 3D M-Bossabilities, there is only one design, but you can get TWO different looks as you have the option of using the EMbossed design or the DEbossed design. And the depth, texture and detail on these folders is AMAZING! A picture is worth 1,000 words, so let’s just look at Linda’s projects and you can see what I mean.

This beautiful card uses the EMbossed design from the3D M-Bossabilites folder – Framed Labels Eighteen

You can see the full post with more photos on Linda’s blog.

On this card Linda used:

Stamps: JustRite Clear Stamp Set – Hugs and Kisses

Ink: Memento Ink – Tuxedo Black; Tim Holtz Distress Ink -Victorian Velvet

Cardstock: White

Spellbinders 3D M-Bossabilities: Framed Labels Eighteen

Spellbinders Dies: Circle Nesties, Labels Eighteen, 5×7 Matting Basics A

Ribbon: May Arts 1/2″ Wrinkled Ribbon – Pink

Miscellaneous: Brayer, Foam Tape, Tape

This card was made using the same folder, but the DEbossed design was used.

You can find the full post with more photos on Linda’s blog.

All the same supplies were used as linked on the above card.



And here’s a shot of both cards together so you can compare them and see the differences.

The DEbossed design is on the left, while the EMbossed design is on the right.

Two looks from the same folder! Both just lovely!!!

The technique Linda used on these embossed designs to get the pinkish color into the design is called the Letterpress Technique. At the end of this post there is a link to a video — click through and watch it to see how simple it is to get such stunning results.

WOW — this just makes me feel like I am right at the beach! AMAZING!!!

Linda created this beachy-themed card using another 3D M-Bossabilities – Shell Beauty

You can see the full post with more photos on Linda’s blog.

Linda used:

Stamps: JustRite Cling Stamp – At the Beach Oval Medallion Labels (REDUCED!)

Cardstock: Vanilla, Tan.

Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink – Vintage Photo, Spun Sugar, Antique Linen; Memento Ink -Tuxedo Black; Latte Adirondack Dye Pad.

Spellbinders 3D M-Bossabilites: Shell Beauty

Spellbinders Dies: Back to Basics Tags, 5×7 Matting Basics A

Ribbon: May Arts Burlap String – Natural (available in 10 yard bundles, sampler packs or full spools)

Miscellaneous: Copic Markers: BG10 Cool Shadow, R20 Blush, E00 Skin White, E11 Barley Beige, E33 Sand, E15 Dark Suntan. Patina, Honey Dew, Pearl Glimmer Mist. Foam Tape, Tape, Drybrush Paintbrush.

Itemsavailable at The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store, as linked.


* * * * * * Spellbinders How ToVideo – 3D M-Bossabilites * * * * * *

I urge you to watch this video – just click here.

The video is by Kim Hupke of Spellbinders and it shows you how to use these folders to their maximum potential, offering several ideas and tips to help you create projects just as beautiful as those Linda created above.


All 3D M-Bossabilities can be seen here.

All Spellbinders M-Bossabilities embossing folders can be seen here.

All Spellbinders Dies in stock can be found here – we are well stocked on NEW dies and many dies are REDUCED!

Please check out the links on the store front page to see NEW items recently added.

Scroll down through our recent posts to see beautiful ideas from the Design Team and links to NEW product.


Thanks much for stopping in once again — we always appreciate your visits.

Have a wonderful Sunday!

See you real soon.


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