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Anna Griffin®  Impression Masks with Scoring Dies

Anna Griffin® Cuttlebug™ Impression Masks with Scoring Dies

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Overview & Details

Anna Griffin Cuttlebug Impression Masks with Scoring Dies 
You love elegantly embossed paper, but you also prefer a fabulous frame. Get the best of both worlds with this impression mask and scoring die set. Use them with your Cuttlebug and favorite embossing folders to create precisely scored shapes surrounded by beautiful embossing. Frame a sentiment, an image or even a photo for a papercrafting project that's positively poised for perfection.

What You Get

  • (4) 5" x 7" Impression mask plates - Emerald, Rectangle, Oval and Circle 
  • 8 Scoring dies - Vintage Label, Vintage Label Small, Rectangle Label, Rectangle Label Small, Long Label, Long Label Small, Scallop Circle and Scallop Circle Small
  • Illustrated instructions

Good to Know
  • For use with Cuttlebug or other die-cutting machines and embossing folders (all sold separately).
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Scoring Dies
  • Vintage Label, approx. 3" x 4" 
  • Vintage Label Small, approx. 2-1/3" x 3-1/3" 
  • Rectangle Label, approx. 2-3/4" x 3-1/3" 
  • Rectangle Label Small, approx. 2-1/4" x 2-3/4" 
  • Long Label, approx. 2-1/2" x 4-5/8" 
  • Long Label Small, approx. 2" x 3-3/4" 
  • Scallop Circle, approx. 3-1/2" x 3-1/2" 
  • Scallop Circle Small, approx. 2-3/4" x 2-3/4"

Sophisticated embossing masks and scoring dies designed by Anna Griffin
  • Create perfectly embossed frames for phrases, images and photos
  • Lets you add dimension and texture to cards, invitations, framed art, accents, embellishments and more 
  • Use with paper and cardstock to create quick and easy, yet impressive multilayered projects 
  • Use with your embossing folders and your die-cutting machine (all sold separately)

Made in China


Anna Griffin

Acclaimed designer Anna Griffin offers a collection of high-quality crafting products, accessories and home lifestyle pieces, all in her sophisticated signature style. Inspired by antique textiles, prints and vintage botanicals, Anna's intricate patterns grace everything from papercrafting supplies to bed linens and wallpaper. Elegant finishes and fashionable color palettes combine for an effortlessly coordinated look in the "go-big" patterns for which Anna is known.


Anna Griffin® Cuttlebug™ Impression Masks with Scoring Dies

12 reviews 3.2 out of 5
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  • Nice!

    I like these. They work well and add a nice look to my cards. Great item.

    Craftsticher, NJ
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  • Need more help

    Love this idea but need a better presentation on HSN. I have watched the youtube videos for more help. Excited to play

    KikiWy, WY
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  • So Much Fun

    The impression Masks and Scoring Die gives you a non-impression to embellish, stamp. It allows a more focal point on your card.

    LLena, OR
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  • Great idea

    I really like these masks. However, the scoring dies can be tricky to use. Perhaps using removable tape to secure them in place would be a good idea, but have not tried that. A couple tips from my trying these are to make sure that the mask is centered directly over the embossing folder because if it shifts the opening space will be off center. And try to use B plates that are not too scratched up because when you use the embossing dies every little mark shows up. Also, Anna always says to not run the embossed paper through the machine to do things like cut, but when you run the embossed paper through using the embossing dies it flattens the embossing. Don't know if you could run them through at the same time, will have to try that!

    exteller, CT
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  • Confused over how to use

    I'm having difficult understanding the directions on how to use the impression masks, which I why I only gave 4 stars. Some of the instructions assume a certain level of experience that I don't currently have. Would like to have better instruction on the presentation, but often the host talks over Anna and doesn't let her demonstrate and sell the product.

    peagee, OK
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  • If I can get it right...

    Love them so far, but waiting patiently for AG to post a video of how its done. My step two leaves the embossed area flattened! More instructions, please!

    Shesewswell, FL
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  • Great concept but...

    I like the dies but I am disappointed. The cardstock becomes flattened after running the die through the Cuddle Bug, therefore you lose the embossing from the folder. I followed Anna's directions from her YouTube video and it just doesn't work out right...

    breyes64, MN
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  • Not Impressed

    The directions were unclear and confusing. did not even attempt to use the item. Its on its way back. Sorry Anna, but this is a miss in my book.

    countrycz, MI
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  • Not impressed with impressions mask

    If you follow the instructions and emboss your background with the mask, and then use the scoring dies, it mashes what you embossed.I tried using the scoring dies first, and then embossing, but it's hard to line up.I have some other masks that don't have the scoring dies - I'll stick with those.Sorry, Anna, these are going back.

    durhigh, IA
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    Wanted this product for long time, and not too please. The impression isn't very definite even with the does it's very faint.

    Rides, TX
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