Embossing - Emboss


Embossing is a decorative technique used to create raised or sunken designs on a surface, typically paper, leather, fabric, or metal. In this process, a design is pressed into the material using a die or stamp, resulting in a three-dimensional pattern. Raised embossing creates a raised design, while debossing creates a sunken design. Embossing is often used in printing and stationery to add texture and visual interest to items like business cards, invitations, and book covers. It can also be found in various artistic and craft applications.