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For this one I ran my white cardstock through the Cuttlebug.
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The Swirls Cuttlebug embossing folder, a brayer, and a Fruitcake Kaleidacolor ink pad.Once fully inked, I put the white cardstock in, and ran it through the Cuttlbug. The ink does not get down into the detail, which is what ends up raised. To color what was left white I just ran my brayer over the paper directly.For this one I didn't even re-ink it, there was still plenty of ink on my brayer and I didn't want it to be darker than the background. I have noticed in some of the samples I have seen online that they seem to be done with two colors of ink.I started by brayering the ink directly onto the embossing folder.Notice that I am doing it on the side of the folder that has the Cuttlebug name printed on it.He says: "They must be paid a wage commensurate with what men of their ability and integrity are earning for managing a big corporation or successful legal or other professional practice.