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Middle English embosen from Old French embocer en- in en–1 boce knob
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Perhaps from em- + Old French bos, bois (“wood”). Compare imbosk.
From Middle English embosen, from Old French embocer.
You may even want to emboss the snowflakes.
The emboss prints will be released as a limited edition of 5 and the emboss etchings as a limited edition of 10.
In addition, you will want embossing powder and a heat gun if you wish to emboss.
Some of the edge punches have designs that emboss along the edge as well as punch, adding extra texture to your project.
Craft retailers will carry all the necessary supplies to emboss your bars.
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