This folder makes a general card for the fall season. I chose a Kaleidacolor ink pad in multiple autumn colors. I used a brayer to roll the color from the ink pad to inside of embossing folder. Tip: brayer ink onto inside with letters backwards so the words can be read. I then placed a piece of cardstock into folder and ran it through the Big Shot. I found that you get less slippage if you run the open end through the rollers first.
I repeated this with some other folders and different colors of ink.
I chose cardstock for borders that worked well with the ink colors. You can see the slippage in some of these because I forgot my rule about putting open side first through the Big Shot. I made multiples of all of these. They are all mounted on either cream or white card bases.
Since I don't do videos, I decided to repeat the process to take photos. I hope this helps to explain the process.
These photos show the brayering process. My brayer and ink pad aren't wide enough for the folders, so I turn them upside down to ink the other side.
These photos show placing cardstock inside folder and running it through the Big Shot.
These show the finished product. I will need to trim the edges to make room for a framing layer on an A2 card. I use a pad of newsprint paper under the brayering to protect table. Ink is water based and just washes off the folder and brayer.