Thursday, March 24, 2016

# blog hop # IOE Embossing Folders

Cheery Lynn March Blog Hop Featuring the New IOE Plates and FRAME-IT Embossing Folder

Hello everyone and welcome to our March Blog Hop at Cheery Lynn Designs!



Today you will see some great projects featuring the NEW IOE (Inside Out Embossing) folders and plates now available at Cheery Lynn Designs. There is currently one Frame It Embossing Folder and one Oval Embossing Plate Set available, but more will be added soon.  Our fabulous design team created some wonderful projects to show you what can be done with this great new product.  They always come up with such great ideas and we wanted to share them with you today.

The Frame IT Embossing Folder has several design elements on it that can all be used at once, or specific design elements can be isolated so that those are the only ones that would emboss. This is accomplished by using the appropriate size oval plate or plates when running it through with the paper on your die cut and emboss machines.


The embossing plates can also be used with any embossing folder to isolate and emboss certain areas as you will see on the video below.

IOE (Inside Out Embossing) Plate and Embossing Folders with Tasha Armour

To view this video on YouTube, please click HERE.


Now let's get hopping and see what our fabulous design team has created for us!

Here is our blog hop list.  If you get lost along the way, hop on back here and we'll get you back on track.

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Be sure to leave some love on all the stops along the way.  
Your comments are most appreciated!

 

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When you arrive back here at the end of the hop, please be sure to answer our questions below in a comment on this POST FOR A CHANCE TO WIN a $20 GIFT CERTIFICATE to Cheery Lynn Designs.

Questions


1. What other types of embossing plates and folders would you like to see? The current plate set offered is an oval set which we featured today.

2. Would you like to see circles, squares, diamonds. something else?

3. What size cards do you typically create?

Our winner will be selected on Tuesday, 3/29.  Be sure to stop back on Tuesday evening to see if you are our lucky winner.

Thanks so much for Hopping with us today.  Now head on over to Cheery Lynn Designs and start your shopping!!  Enjoy!

54 comments:

  1. I would like to see a circles and squares embossing plates and folders. The size of cards : 15 x 15 cm

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  2. Endless possibilities, here! Love all the examples, and beautiful folders!!!

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  3. I would love to see rectangles and squares. I usually make A2 cards. I would love to see holiday embossing folders.

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  4. This folder is amazing. I watched your video and I'm not really sure how it works but I'm amazed at how it turns out.
    Wow!!

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  5. This has been such a fun hop! Love seeing all the ideas using this new folder. What a great idea!
    I agree with Marcy. Holiday folders would be a great idea. And the standard circles, squares, rectangles, of course.
    I tend to make larger cards, at least 5x7".
    Thank you for the wonderful ideas.

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  6. You are always at the forefront of the die/embossing world! I'd like to see rectangles and squares. And circles. And whatever else you design. I'm always amazed at your new products that I didn't even imagine I needed!!!

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  7. I would love to see circles and rectangles .. I received my ioe plates and embossing folder in the mail last week, needless to say everything around had to come to a stop so I could play with my new toys . I have to say I love them so many things you can do with these and the embossing folder is beautiful !!!

    Carol
    Bobird87@ao.com

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  8. This product is so neat, and the cards the designers made are wonderful! I'm a new card maker so have a huge want list full of Cheery Lynn products. I would love to see Circles the most I think, although diamonds sound neat, I could see using those with some of my all over folders to make openings. Thank You!

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  9. AWESOME Blog hop today! I really enjoyed seeing all the DT's creations today! Beautiful release, and I would love to see some circles, and squares, with the fancy ornate filigree tops, and made for 6 x 6 size cards . I love making square cards :)
    Thank you for todays hop & Happy Easter to all of you!
    hugs
    Cheryl

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  10. To answer you questions - I would love any shapes you can come up with.
    Everything you make is beautiful.
    I usually create A-2 cards, 5 1/2 x 4 1/4.

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  11. All the basic shapes, but also stars would be so interesting too!
    I typically make A2 Cards.

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  12. I can't wait to get these, as I already have my Big Sister machine and LOVE IT.

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  13. I love this new product and the DT have really shown them off today. I would like to see circles and rectangles.

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  14. These look wonderful!! I would love to see Hearts!!!
    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  15. WOW! This was one awesome video! I can't wait to own this set!

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  16. Brilliant product- so much easier and more versatile than the other diffusers I have. I would love to see rectangles, squares and circles. I normally make A2 size cards. I just ordered my first set and hope to see more!

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  17. The double embossing possibilities are wonderful. I can't wait to try this product! I'd love to see more shabby chic and industrial embossing folders for a more grunge look. I'd like the IOE plates to come in all the typical shapes, e.g. circles, squares, rectangles.. I mostly create A2 size cards, but I'm a scrapbooker too, so I would used these plates for a variety of projects!

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  18. Just ordered these and can't wait to try them out. I would love to see rectangles to use on A2 cards. Lol, just enabled my girlfriend.

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  19. 1. I love what you did with the ovals, just do more of the same.
    2. Rectangles with leaves for any season.
    3. A2 size cards.
    4. What a great design idea and you did a spectacular job on all the ovals. Can't wait to see more!

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  20. Great invention! I have used other "mattes" for this form of embossing and ones that I've made myself which is cumbersome, for embossing folders, but it is wonderful to see a variety of embossing elements all within one folder.
    Answers to question:
    1. squares, rectangles, diamond,circle shapes all with added dotted edges maybe?
    2. yes
    3. 5 x 7 and 6 x 6 and sometimes even 8 x 8
    thanks

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  21. I watched the video and was impressed with the variety of things you can do so I ordered the diffusers and frame embossing folder. I also tried to used double embossing and got so frustrated I gave up. You gave me the inspiration to try again with your product. Thanks.

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  22. 1 and 2 Would like to see all types of embossing folders listed. Variety is the spice of life!!
    3 Typically do 5 1/2 x 4 1/4 cards HOWEVER will occasionally do 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 so some 5x7 folders would be nice and always on the lookout for 12" long folders for scrapbooking. Hard to find those.

    LOVE these new folders. Thanks!!!

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  23. Having purchased the embossing folders earlier I so enjoyed this hop and seeing what the designers did with them. I know I am enjoying mine. I would like to see circles and rectangle designed embossing plates but any you make will be awesome I am sure. And the patterns no matter what will be enjoyed and useful. Flowers and ones for holidays really are a must I think. And, I hope you make some in A2 card size as that is what I make most often. However I did adapt my current plates to work with A2 size. I have a card ministry and this is a more frugal way for me to get more from each 81/2 by 11 size sheet.

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  24. Firstly let me say how impressed I am with the IOE plates and Embossing folder, such a great concept. It is definitely a product I am going to have to have. It will be the Ovals first and then I think it will be rectangles. I think I would like to see Diamonds and Octagons if possible. I typically like 8X8 Cards. Thank you to all the Design Team for a Wonderful blog hop, very inspiring and Thank you Cheery Lynn Designs for organising it.

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  25. I normally make cards that are 8.50 x 5.50. This new product is FANTASTIC! I definitely would love to own it. My limited budget says NO CAN DO at this time however. I would like to see all the basic shapes and perhaps some seasonable additions like Christmas, Valentines Day,birthday......................and I would want them all! LOL

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  26. This is super awesome. Love the double embossing choices. I would like to see more patterns. And also other shapes like squares and circles etc. I make A2 and 6x6 cards. Great product!

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  27. I would love to see more embossing folders with small tight patterns for embossing die cuts. Many of the folders have big beautiful patterns but if you want to add texture to a flower or something you can't get an overall pattern, just a partial. I think diamonds and fancy shapes would be very nice and I usually make the 4 1/4 X 5 1/2 size cards that is why smaller patterns would be nice. Thanks fpor entering me in the contest. blessings...............Donna

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  28. I have created some of my own IOE plate from chipboard and love the effect. this is going to be so much fun to use. You can create a very fancy card without all the bulk. The design team has created fabulous examples on ways to use this new product.
    Questions
    1-2 You mentioned there would be squares, rectangles, and circles in the future on the video. Maybe something that has one of those shapes but some curved lines instead of straight edges.
    3. I usually do A2 and 5x7. lately though so many new dies especially cover plates are larger so I have been making 41/2 by 5 3/4 so I can have a frame around the cover plate die cut.

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  29. I would like to see rectangles. The other shape I love is ovals but you already have done that.
    I like embossing folders that can be used for (1)any occasion and
    2)holidays.
    I typically make A2 (4 1/4 x 5 1/2") cards. At times I'll make an A7
    (5 x 7)card.
    The IOE EF & Embossing Plates are such a clever idea and great for a person like me that has limited space for tools and supplies.

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  30. That is awesome !!!! Love it :)

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  31. 1: , i have the ioe plates and they are great but a rectangle plate set would be great also
    2: all of them would be great circles and squares are the main ones
    3: my cards are typically sized 5x7 so folders that fit that size would be great.

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  32. I'd like to see rectangles offered, and maybe scalloped as well.

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  33. Id like to see rectangles and squares too. My cards are almost always A2 size.

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  34. Great Product and wonderful Hop, I love all the cards the girls made, I think my personal Favorite was Bonnie's with the yellow and black and the bow and the way she did the fuzzy background. I love the new plates going to order them as soon as I get done here!!!
    I would like to see squares or rectangles, as I don't use circles too often, and I usually make a 5 x 7 card or smaller, some times squares or some times 4 or 5 by 6.
    Thanks to all!!!
    hugs
    Donna

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  35. Had the pleasure of seeing and working with these at CHA! ENDLESS projects and so much VALUE for your money!

    :) Christine

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  36. I'd like to see circles and rectangles and I can see them working with almost any embossing folders, but I'd love to see some specially for holidays.

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  37. I think the concept is wonderful as it extends the life of your other folders as well , looking at the video. It is great to mix and match different sections of the folder to create a new look each time. I have a fantastic time with my set, think I would be sick of playing , but no off to play again having tooo much fun

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  38. Love all the different looks you can get with this new system. I am most interested in circles, squares and rectangles.

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  39. Beautiful examples on each hop stop! I usually make the quarter size page, 4 1/2 x 5 1/4.

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  40. Would love to see circles , squares And different label shapes. Yes and I usually make 5x7 cards or 6x6 cards
    Pam Ramesh

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  41. So inspiring. Those new product are fantastic!
    1. I'd love to see more industrial embossing folders with gears or bulbs or pipes.
    2. I would love to see rectangles and squares with scalloped and fancy cut edges as well.
    3. I usually do A5 or A6 and 14x14cm cards.

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  42. Wow, the cards I could make with IOEplates would be endless. Love it all.

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  43. The Inside Out Embossing Plate & Embossing Folders are a great value for the money as the possibilities are many.
    1)I'd like to see rectangles plates and folders.
    2)Hearts and Pennants/Banners would also be a good design.
    2) I make mostly larger cards around the 5x7 size.

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  44. These IOE plates are so versatile, especially for someone like me, a newcomer to card making. I'm making mostly 5x7 cards currently, and am in love with larger embossing folders, so any new folders are always welcome, especially larger sizes.

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  45. I am new to these, so i will go with the flow. Thanks so muchfor a great hoap and for being a sponsor

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  46. I just discovered your company and am happy I did. Wonderful stuff

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  47. What a fabulous idea! I can think of all kinds of things I could do with this. As for designs in future, it might be fun to have some in other, less formal/ornate styles. Maybe art deco or simple geographic designs? I'd definitely love to have circle, square and rectangular sets. I usually make A2 cards, but sometimes I do 5"x7" or 6"x6" cards.

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  48. I also would love the squares and circles. I like the 5x7 cards.

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  49. Ovals, squares or rectangles are universal. Suitable for cards for many occasions.
    I'd love to see hexagons and diamonds, I also love the flowers in the compositions :)
    I create my cards usually in 3 dimensions:
    13,5x13,5 cm
    10,5x15 cm
    10,5x21 cm
    Hugs
    Monika

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  50. The size of a card is not important to me, it is what I can put on a card front that is well balance and has eye appeal.

    IOE is AWESOME! I like the ease of use that the video shows and the variations of ways that can be used, far superior to what I now have.

    Thank You for sharing this new product,


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  51. WOW! These are BEAUTIFUL!! So many different combinations to use them! I just love the folder!! Welcome to the USA Tasha!!

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  52. Hello, I have recently discovered these new items....and I am loving them! I can't wait to try these! I usually make A4 cards and I love flourishes and rectangle shapes would be nice.....actually, any and all. Love this!

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  53. Great hop. Fabulous projects. Love all the different looks and textures of your Plates and folders.

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  54. Would love to try these. Diamonds or squares and small patterns for background. I usually make 4 x 6" cards. Hugz

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