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Five Days of Foiling

Stamp n Foil sets are the closest thing on the market yet to being able to stamp your stamps and foil. These are so cool! You can use the 6×8 stamp set on it’s own if you don’t have a laminator, you can add the Foil Mates so you can stamp over in the colour you prefer and foil and coordinating die cuts make cutting them out a breeze! Butterfly Kisses is my favourite one (it’s butterflies…so obviously my favourite!) I created this fun background collage full of different shades…

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Foiling Clear Toner Sheets for your shaker cards or to step up your backgrounds is so quick and easy. Thermoweb’s pre-printed designs are so fun and whimsical and I love creating with them. Don’t forget that the Five Days of Foiling is a collaborative event with the great Laurel Beard, you can see here. Shaker Cards are so much fun to make! I love the Twinkling Pink foils paired with the Distressed Stripes Sheets, the little details in the foils are just simply gorgeous! I used some of my favourite…

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Stencilling is another great way to get the most out of your foils on your cards! The Transfer Gel by Therm O Web makes it all possible! Lay down your stencil, spread the gel, let dry and foil! Super easy and fun. It’s just a matter of spreading the gel like butter on a sandwich! Don’t forget this Five Days of Foiling series is a collaboration with the fabulous Laurel Beard, be sure you check out her video and blog! Foil: Denim This Floral Stencil is something that I reach…

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Foiling and cardmaking go hand-in-hand – it is the perfect technique for your cards to add shine and elegance, or maybe a little fun! This week, I am taking you through 5 days of video tutorials showing off different techniques that you can do with foil. I am collaborating with the fabulous Laurel Beard so be sure to subscribe to her channel, check out her blog and watch her video!  Today we are looking at basic foiling techniques. If you have your own laser printer, you can actually print your…

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