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More Fun With Foils,Four Ways To Try.

Altenew bumbleberry papercrafts Cards Deco Foil Die cutting Diecutting Foiling Jo Summers Laminator MFT My Favorite Things Stamping stamps Stencil Transfer Gel

Well Hello Crafty Friends,

I promised more fun with foils this week. So here we go. 

Party Invitations with a little Sparkle.


On This Card I've used, Four Techniques.

Transfer Gel, Stick it, Embossing Method, and Foam Squares.




MFT `a La Modes Martinis on Me Stamps

Cordinating Die

MFT Party Die Namic Scripty Font

Deco Foil (Rainbow)

Transfer Gel

Altenew Stencil Classy Strips


White Detailed Embossing Powder

Scraps of Different Colour Foils. 

Black Card Stock

Neenah Card Stock


Sticky Foam Squares

Stick it by Ken Oliver

Sakura Quickie Glue Pen

6 x 6 inch Card Blank

Parchment Paper (to use as a carrier sheet through the laminator)




Firstly I covered a piece of Neenah card stock 5.5 inches squared. With the Altenew stencil and using my score pal, I covered it in Transfer Gel.( I put it to one side to dry.)


Next I stamp and embossed my lady in white embossing powder.

Then put on my laminator for 10 mins.


While this was heating, I put stick it on the back of some black card stock. I cut out three times with the stick it on the back but the last time I cut it so it would be on the front.(Pictures further on)

I stacked them up and then removed the stick it on the final one and place my foil over the top. I did the same with four sticky foam squares. 

I then added foil over my stamped image and ran it through my laminator. Place some quickie glue on her dress and shoes let it turn white the pressed on some foil.

Lastly I placed some rainbow foil over the dry, piece of neenah card stock with the transfer gel, and feed it through my laminator.  

I then layered up each piece to give the look.


Die cut with stick it on top x 1



The Normal Way x 3













I hope I have inspired you to start foiling.

 It really is a great medium to use.


Happy Stamping 




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