Ink Embossed Accordion Album

Good Morning Crafty peeps, a Big hello from Sharada Dilip 
Today  I am sharing a technique that I haven’t used in a long time but love a ton –Inked Embossing Folders. 
This is such an easy technique… This is one of my all time favorite techniques since it is a great way to stretch products and get new looks. 

I have made an Ink embossed card and Accordion album to share with you all  !
The idea to create this began when I set my hands on this bright coloured card stack 
I fell in love with this Card stock super stack which consists of 72 sheets and a must have for all the cardmakers and scrapbookers !
I chose to start with the bright blues with the black 
Embossing folders are inexpensive and come in a ton of patterns. 
Here is how to make it –
I put 4×6 cut  Blue card-stock in the folder, closed it and ran it through my Big shot die cut machine.
After removing it, I applied Ink just to the raised areas in the darker shade of blue . 
That gives an awesome look to the cover page , 
Further I decorated the cover with Hearts die cuts  and RETROGLAM EMBOSSED STICKER along with satin ribbon and washi tape 
For decorating  the inner pages I have used plain embossed cards 
For few of the inserts I have used pattern papers and tag dies 
I couldnt stop at one , made a 6×6 sized card with ink embossing
Here I have repeated the same procedure and decorated it with frame die  and 
This is one of my all time favorite techniques since it is a great way to stretch products and get new looks. Do check my earlier creations  Here at the Itsy Bitsy Blog


  1. Hi Sharda, beautiful as always, i love this technique too as its easy to do and can make a bunch of cards in no time!! thanks for sharing. Love the owls, super cute, and what a perfect bow, i struggle with tying them they always end up croocked, a little like me:-) Hugs Seemaa

  2. I hope you all liked my cards, Thank you so much for visiting & taking the time to comment on my blog. I love to hear from you & truly appreciate your feedback. Have a crafty day!

    Sharada Dilip

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