I’m still getting use to playing with foil but I like how this card came out. Its an odd size, its just slightly smaller than 4″ x 6″. I used some acetate to inlay the die cut pieces back into the panel.
It kinda looks like an odd card size looking at the photo above but I love it!
I love foiling and I’m testing out new techniques because I don’t want to always be taking my Minc or Laminator out…I just don’t have too much room to keep all my machines out (and I have quite a lot of machines).
My inspiration for floating die cut inlaying came from watching Catherine Poolers video on YouTube.
Bold Blooms Stand Alone Die set – www.ellenhutson.com
Whip cream card stock – www.funstampersjourney.com/maraiahcrystal
Journey Grand Calibur – www.funstampersjourney.com/maraiahcrystal
Fiskars spring assis scissors – www.simonsaysstamp.com
5 1/2 inch Xyron sticker maker – Ben Franklin Hawaii
Teflon Bone Folder – www.EllenHutson.com
iCraft Gold Deco Foil – www.EllenHutson.com
Retractable poker tool – www.simomsaysstamp.com
Clear Acetate – www.officedepot.com
Tombow stamp runner – www.EllenHutson.com
Micro Brush – www.simomsaysstamp.com
Journey paper trimmer – www.funstampersjourney.com/maraiahcrystal
Perfect gold perfect pearls – www.simomsaysstamp.com
Acrylic blocks – www.simomsaysstamp.com, www.funstampersjourney.com/maraiahcrystal, www.EllenHutson.com, www.LawnFawn.com
Journey Natural Twine – www.funstampersjourney.com/maraiahcrystal
Foam Tape – http://www.officedepot.com
Journey white liner – http://www.funstampersjourney.com/maraiahcrystal
Clear tak foam tape – http://www.simomsaysstamp.com, http://www.EllenHutson.com
Watch my video here.