Adding dimension to Real Wood Paper

This week we are excited to show you how we’ve added a little texture and dimension to our Birch Wood paper. Real Wood paper is a versatile paper, you can easily cut, punch, dry emboss, stamp and paint Wood. Pretty much anything you can do with traditional paper you can do with Wood paper!

Wood is available in two finishes with paper backing or adhesive backing. Our paper backed Wood is nice to write on, making it a great option for creating notecards in minutes. You can quickly add embossed and debossed dimension to wood with embossing folders. Your options for creating stunning projects with Wood are endless!

Supplies for real Wood mini notecards and envelopes: Birch wood paper, mini envelope die from Stephanie Barnard Stamps of Life, embossing folders from Cricut, BigShot die-cutter, sanding blocks and adhesive.

Instructions for Wood mini envelopes:

1. Die cut two envelopes from a sheet of Birch wood using a mini envelope die and a BigShot die-cutter.

2. Emboss the cut real wood Envelopes using an embossing folder and a BigShot die-cutter.

3. Carefully fold the Wood envelopes.  Assemble envelopes. Adhere.

4. Wood folds great with the grain. Against the grain may require a little sanding. Using a sanding block, lightly sand edges to remove any splintered wood (if needed).

Experiment with adding extra texture and dimension to Wood. You’ll be impressed with the results!

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