I was checking out the new eBosser this week and wanted to share it with you. There's lots in the video that's not in the post so be sure to check it out. Enjoy!
Electric For Ease of Use
Works With Most Cutting Dies & Embossing Folders
Large Format: Cut & Emboss Up To 8.5" x 12"
Cuts Multiple Layers of Fabric & More
Built-in Handle for Portability
The eBosser comes with all the plates you will need plus 3 large embossing folders. Two of them are designed for cards, the third is a all over pattern as seen in the photos below. This folder is beautiful! I couldn't decide which side was my favorite. Both were equally awesome! The pattern was well embossed on it's own but I complimented it further by adding a light coat of Distress Ink in Vintage Photo to the top of the embossed pattern.
The eBosser does not come with any die cuts but it does support most of the existing die cut brands so I wanted to see exactly what it could do. Since I have most brands already I ran everything I had through it. Watch the video to see my full review. For the Sizzix Alterations die I tried adhesive backed felt and grunge board successfully and beautifully. Unfortunately the thin fun foam was too thick to go through the machine. The good thing about the eBosser is the safety feature that it will let you know what will and will not work in the machine.
I was also able to fill the plate with a bunch of scalloped octagons from Spellbinders. Cutting them all at once out of felt. Great way to save time. Lifestyle crafts and Spellbinders both have lots of stacking thin dies for frames and shapes.
The eBosser will also accept some of the Accuquilt Go dies. I bought a Accuquilt die cut machine and it sits in my attic gathering dust. Why, because it's a hand crank machine that takes too much muscle power that I just don't have. I was thrilled to see that some of my dies can be used in the eBosser.
These thin dies like the Sizzix Alteration Tattered Floral Garland is the same thickness as most Cuttlebug dies. Although I had to pop the images out of the paper, the cuts were clean and I was really thrilled I could cut an entire Cuttlebug alphabet in one pass.
Well I know I enjoyed checking out the eBosser and I hope that I helped answer any questions that any of you had about this new machine.