Create beautiful projects with these pure metal sheets. Available in 100% pure pewter, copper, brass, aluminum, and colored aluminum (color is one-side only), ArtEmboss can be used to decorate virtually any object or room in your home. A special manufacturing process makes ArtEmboss extremely soft and pliable. A fine point stylus is all that is needed to trace a pattern into the metal. There are two weights of ArtEmboss metal sheets: light and medium. Light sheets are perfect for intricate detail patterns and decoration of lightweight objects such as greeting cards and gift tags. The medium weight sheets work well on photo albums, picture frames, gift boxes, as well as for a variety of fine art projects.
There are two weights of ArtEmboss metal sheets: light and medium. Light sheets are perfect for intricate detail patterns and decoration of lightweight objects such as greeting cards and gift tags. The medium weight sheets work well on photo albums, picture frames, gift boxes, as well as for a variety of fine art projects.
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I am looking for metal sheets to use in dry embossing folders and a press. Can you tell me which is best for this use?- Asked by Jan Warren on 23-Feb-14
Our embossing sheets are recommended for use with hand-held embossing tools. Mechanical embossing processes may tear the metal sheet depending on the device. The medium weight may hold up best in the press, but if the design is intricate, it may not capture the detail.- Answered by MisterArt on 27-Feb-14
What is the difference between the St. Louis Decorator's Foils and the ArtEmboss Embossing Sheet?- Asked by Piper on 03-Jan-14
These similar foils are both foldable and pliable. The ArtEmboss offers two weights, light and medium. The ArtEmboss selection is 9 1/4 in. wide, and the St. Louis Crafts foils are 12 in. wide. Each offers a different array of colors.- Answered by MisterArt on 08-Jan-14
I want to make labels for each rose bush in my garden. Which weight sheet would you recommend?- Asked by A. Moore on 21-Dec-13
We recommend the medium-weight (the heavier of the two). Use the light-weight if intending to emboss intricate details.- Answered by MisterArt on 26-Dec-13
Can you print directly onto these sheets with an inkjet printer?- Asked by jc on 26-Feb-13
The Embossing Sheets are not suggested for use in a color copier or inkjet printer.- Answered by MisterArt on 26-Feb-13
Can the light sheets be easily cut into thin strips (1/4 in. wide)?- Asked by Olwen on 26-Sep-12
Yes, these embossing sheets can be cut easily with scissors or a stencil knife.- Answered by MisterArt on 11-Oct-12
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