This is a Spellbinder incredible innovation: Impressabilities. Let's read what Spellbinders said:
"This Spellbinder product is not your average texture-making folder that is readily available today. In fact, it’s not even a folder. Spellbinders offering a new take on embossing with our versitile, customizeable new templates called Impressabilities. Spellbinder's Impressabilities will emboss, deboss, stencil or letterpress, all in one. Or you can snip apart the individual elements on the template and use them as an embellishment. So what does this mean to you? Let’s take a look…
Emboss or Deboss–Front of an A2 card or smaller
Emboss or Deboss–Precut die cuts, shapes or letters
Apply ink and Deboss–resulting in stunning letterpress effects
Customize–snip apart the elements of the template pieces to create one-of-a-kind floursishes, frames and more
Embellish–Trim and use the individual elements as embellishments
Stencil–Use the template as a stencil or mask to create beautiful patterns.
The flexibility and versatility make this a fabulous product to own.
I love having two of each around so I can letterpress 20 invitations with my full template and then cut the other one apart to use as embellishments for the cards. Like I said, “Flexible and Versatile.” And you know whenever you can get those two great words in one sentence together, you’re sure to have VALUE. With the MSRP of $6.99, it definitely is a value.
I know the ideas are probably just swimming around in your creative brain…and at Spellbinders we sure hope so. We can’t wait for these to start shippijng around the first of March. Then, later in the Spring (possibly May) we’ll be offering a contest utilizing this innovative product."
Spellbinders’ Impressabilities is a new embossing tool to use with the Spellbinders’ Wizard. Spellbinders’ Impressabilities templates are made for embossing, debossing, embellishing and more. The templates measure 4.5 x 5.75″, and are made of thin metal. Spellbinder’s Impressabilities emboss in the Wizard using the same sandwich you would use to emboss Spellbinders’ Die Templates, which is:
White Master Mat
Paper or other material to emboss
Tan Embossing Mat
White Master Mat
To view some impressive cards made with the Spellbinder Impressabilities check out the Spellbinders blog.