Embossing & Die Cutting with the Gemini from Crafters Companion How To “101”

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I think one of the most confusing things for new crafters or card makers and even those of us who are a bit more seasoned is using an embossing and die cutting machine.  Well in the video below I’ll walk you through the amazing Gemini from Crafters Companion!  If you’ve used crank style machines those will be a thing of the past!

This is totally automatic and works with basically all brands of die and folders.  I go through set up, how to make “The Sandwich” to testing three of the major brands…Crafters Companion, Anna Griffin and Stampin’ Up.

Thanks so much for checking this out, please share my video on Facebook and Pin this on Pinterest if you can!!

Best always,


7 thoughts on “Embossing & Die Cutting with the Gemini from Crafters Companion How To “101”

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  1. Thank you Suzanne for this video! It was really helpful. I bought this on the last crafter’s day and just received it. I Like you, I have everything of Anna Griffin plus the Cricut and her Cuttlebug. Finally broke down and got this. I had seen your card you made and made one similar after watching this video. Keep up the good work Suzanne!


  2. Thanks for the 101 on the Gemini it was helpful especially since I am more of a visual person. When I get a chance to use it I can refer to your video. Great.


  3. Thank you Suzanne for the video on the Gemini! I’ve used the cuttlebug, but I haven’t used the Gemini yet. I have it but I haven’t yet used it! I think after seeing this video I should be able to use it! Thanks so much!!


    1. I have both and use both but I’ll tell you what the Gemini is fantastic!! I have soooo many dies and folders that I haven’t used because I need to create stuff quickly (so little time…so many ideas…lol) Anyway the Gemini really speeds things up! Thanks for reaching out to me!!


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