So, have you tried the Double Folder embossing? I have received some questions about the exact procedure on how to accomplish this technique. The first time I emboss the cardstock in a TEF you can run it through your Big Shot on tab 1 but when you emboss the 2nd time use no tabs. I have noticed that with my Big Shot a lot of the newer TEF can be run on no tabs and still get a great, deep impression.
Here's what cardstock vellum looks like using the Double Folder embossing technique.
I used the Framed Tulips TEF and the Manhattan FlowerTEF. Isn't it pretty? Here I ran the Manhattan Flower TEF first and then the Framed Tulips TEF.
Here's a card I made using the DFE (double folder embossing) and cardstock vellum.
This is a quick and easy card. I wanted the embossing to be the main focus on this sample.
Stamps: Valentine Defined (Occasions mini 2011)
Ink: Early Espresso and Versamark for the heart
Paper: Whisper White, Pink Pirouette, Early Espresso, Cardstock Vellum, Pretty in Pink
Big Shot: Perfect Polka Dots TEF, Framed Tulip TEF
Punches: Scallop circle, 1 3/8" circle and 1 1/4" circle, Heart to Heart
Ribbon: Pretty in Pink taffeta
Extras: Dazzling Diamonds glitter
Hope you try this technique and let me know if you need more Textured Embossing Folders.