One of the best features of nestabilities (in my opinion) is the ability to emboss your shape that you just cut out. I love the depth it adds to even the most classic and simple cards. Now, occasionally, the die might not emboss as well as you would like. So, today I have a tip for making the embossing more crisp. The first photo shows a rectangle that I just cut and embossed with a nestability die and my cuttlebug. It is still in the die. It is kind of hard to tell in the photo, but I would like embossing to be more prominent.
Now, you can pop the diecut shape out of the die. Here you can see the embossed rectangle removed from the die. The embossing is nice and crisp (though hard to capture in this photo ). I love this feature of the nestabilities and can't wait for the large rectangle dies to come out in a couple months!