9/20 Stampin' Up! Woodgrain Embossing Folder Tip to Prevent "Cracking!"

Linda Heller and I were chatting at Founder's Circle last week and we happened to be talking about the woodgrain embossing folder because we noticed that some of the swaps using the Woodgrain Emobossing Folder had quite a bit of cracking in the paper. I mentioned to her that even with "no tabs" I still had occasional cracking and she shared a tip with me that I want to pass on to you.

All your cracking issues will be solved when you place a card stock vellum panel inside your folder. You can adhere it with SNAIL and keep it there permanently. It works GREAT!! Check out the video to see before and after pictures.

Thank you soooo much, Linda, for sharing your GREAT tip!!

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Anonymous said…
Thanks so much for that tip!!! I have some non SU folders that I will try this on, also!!!
Anonymous said…
Thanks so much for the tip.. I have had this problem with my Manhattan flower, and tulip frame folders as well. I will try it on them.
Nancy E said…
This is one of my favorite blogs, and I have seen a lot of different ones.
Gail S. said…
A great tip! I have some other folders that do this and am going to this!
Naomi V said…
Thanks for the tip. Great web site. Thanks for sharing.
thanks for the great tip Kay! I love your videos and am grateful for your sharing.
Thanks for this information! I was about to throw my wood grain embossing folder in the trash!
jackie Barfield said…
Great idea! I will try it on some of the other folders too. Thanks for sharing.