Saturday, May 19, 2018
10 cards using Foils, Transfer Gel and a Laminator
Hello! Todays video has 10 cards in it with a simple foiling technique that is quite versatile and will help you get more out of the dies you already have in your stash. I didn't new any of my newer dies for this; they're all a few years old. My goal with this card design was to think outside the typical and find new uses for my stuff. I used transfer gel and heat-transfer foils for these cards, so you'll need a laminator. However, you don't need one that is uber expensive. Mine was $18. A cool thing about these foils is that you can usually get at least 2 cards out of a sheet of foil and I'll show you how to use the negative. I had so much fun designing and creating these cards, so lets get started. Using older products in videos, sometimes things have been discontinued and I came across that issue with this video. I've done my best to find similar products to serve the same purpose although they may not be identical. Here's the link to the video on my YouTube channel and my supplies are listed and linked below.
Memory Box Snowflake die (discontinued)
Penny Black Inspire die
The formatting on todays post is a bit wonky, and I apologize, but Blogger doesn't want to cooperate with me, so it is what it is. Regardless, I do hope you enjoyed the post, video and design ideas and encourage you to delve into your stash and see what new ideas you come up with. Happy crafting!
Love and grace,
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