I found an awesome tutorial on making your own embossing folders here on Pinterest. She had created this very same design, and being the Disney nut that I am I couldn't wait to recreate it. And it was easy!
I used a cereal box for my free chipboard. I used my Cricut and Design studio and George basic shapes and Disney Mickey font cartridge and Voila! a personalized embossing folder. Oh, the possibilities. My head is spinning with ideas.
If you attempt this (and I totally think you should) I learned a few things. My recycled cereal box chipboard did create some fluff that gathered around the blade inside the housing, so do take the housing out and push the blade down and give it a good huff to clear away anything gathering on it. My cereal boxes took 3 passes to cut very cleanly through. My settings on the machine were pressure at high, speed at high and my blade at 4 for the depth. I used my regular blade housing, not the deep cut. With 3 passes it cut perfectly.