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I have no frets so I used Diana's

leslie6111leslie6111 Member Posts: 2,331
I shadowed some of Diana's frets to make background stamps out of adhesive fun foam that I cut on my knk force. Still working on the settings cause it is annoying to cut something that is so soft. I stamped the image on water color paper and then embossed the stamp. After lending distress ink with water , I removed the embossing powder with an iron. 


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  • Di-liteDi-lite Member Posts: 3,122
    Those look good and you are definitely having fun.  Like the idea of turning them into stamps.  Have a look at Griddles under frets I think you might find some more that you like within shapes not just squares.
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  • leslie6111leslie6111 Member Posts: 2,331
    edited May 21
    Not so much fun getting the force to cut this adhesive fun foam but better than the alternative - doing it by hand. I wasted a lot of pieces already - good thing this is cheap. You will note that I did change your frets some by shadowing them so that the negative parts where the stamps impresses is thinner.
  • CharoCharo Member Posts: 589
    @leslie6111 another very clever idea, making your own stamps.  After trying to emboss just cardstock over soft kitchen drawer liner I am reluctant to even attempt craft foam on my Zing.
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  • CarrieCarrie Member Posts: 1,168
    Very good idea!! Repurpose it into a stamp instead of a stencil.
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  • leslie6111leslie6111 Member Posts: 2,331
    Bev, I think you might have more success with the zing with adhesive craft foam since the blade is not as pushy with soft material. I was able to cut soft vinyl remnants on the zing but not on the force for embossing folders.
  • CharoCharo Member Posts: 589
    @leslie6111 thanks for the suggestion.  Have added it to my shopping list; willing to try anything to get some embossing out of this machine.
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