Sunday, May 14, 2017

Two More Foiling Cards

What a fun Mother's Day I have had. My oldest daughter and I played with the foils and we had so much fun. I am going to show you a couple that I did with a stencil, Deco Transfer Gel and some Deco Foil in a rainbow array of colors. The sentiments I added to these cards are from Gina K. Designs.


I made this one using the positive side. The transfer gel was applied with a plastic card similar to a credit card that I had saved and used that to spread it onto the taped down stencil over the black card stock. I had to wait over an hour for this to dry but you can tell when it is dry as it will no longer be white but will turn clear.

Then I took the rainbow foil, placed it on the card stock, put it in a parchment paper sleeve and ran it through my laminator. I forgot to add the extra shim of card stock like Gina K. suggested in a video  but luckily it still came out quite well. I die cut the design and added it to a base card of turquoise and then finished it by adding a stamped sentiment from Gina K. Designs which was also die cut.

And here is the negative side of things. I love how this looks as well and will be definitely using stencils for more fun card making.


The negative was applied to a black foiling sheet by putting it in a parchment sleeve and then through the laminator. I simply die cut it out and added to my yellow card base. The nice long sentiment was perfect I thought so I stamped that in black below. I felt with the foil there is no need for further embellishing as this is a fun and festive look for birthdays.

The dies used on these cards are some from a Die-Namics Die set from My Favorite Things called Stitched Rounded Rectangle Stackers.

So I enjoyed my time with my daughter making cards. I hope all of you Moms out there had a wonderful day as well. Thanks for stopping in and for all your kinds comments.

God bless,
Verna

10 comments:

Donna Ellis said...

What what a great way to spend Mother's Day, Verna! Beautiful cards from both the positive and negative pass of a die cut! Wonderful bright colors, too! Beautifully designed, Verna! Hugs, de

Dawn S. said...

These are both beautiful! I love getting two cards out of one piece of foil. I'm glad you had a good time with your daughter.

Donna Phelan said...

Really spectacular! Love all that pretty foil!!!

Shona Erlenborn said...

These are awesome Verna! How fun to make cards with your daughter on Mother's Day!

Judy Woodland said...

These are just beautiful. I want to try that gel too. You get such a gorgeous effect. Stunning cards my dear!

Joyce Erb said...

Beautiful! Love how you did it on black, looks spectacular

Vicki Dutcher said...

Awesome design! Good fro you getting the foil to show in your photograph -- I never can get it to work.

Karen D. said...

wow..looks so totally amazing mf...
So happy you had fun with your daughter.
xx Karen

laurie said...

Glad you had a fun Mother's day! Your cards are stunning..what a gorgeous technique...so stunning and vibrant!

Shari M said...

Super cards Verna. Isn't it wonderful to be doing things with family on Mother's day. Makes the day special as well as those cards for you.

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