Ready for some easy ways to use ThermOWeb products without a laminator? I used Flock, Foil, and Glitz Glitter Gel along with some fabulous Reverse Confetti stamps and dies to make two cards!

Holiday Card Video Tutorial

I love the versatility of ThermOWeb products and how they can be used both with and without a laminator. I used traditional Christmas colors and made two sparkly and shiny Holiday cards.

One of my favorite things for Deco Foil Flock Transfer Sheets is to use it as a die-cut background! The colors of the Flock Transfer Sheets are bright and vibrant and the texture it brings to the card is amazing! I used the Reverse Confetti Center Frame Cover Panel Die and die cut a piece of Emerald Green Flock.
You’ll die-cut Flock Transfer Sheets the exact same way as you would die-cut cardstock. There were little cut-outs in the background die and I wanted to fill them in with something shiny. I covered a piece of white cardstock with iCraft Easy Cut Adhesive and transferred Gold Deco Foil onto the adhesive covered cardstock. All you do is peel back the adhesive backing and place the Gold Deco Foil Sheet pretty side up into the adhesive ( the adhesive should make contact with the “dull” side of the foil ).

 

I colored up a few trees and the cute little shops from the Reverse Confetti Home for the Holidays Stamp Set and die cut them with the coordinating dies. I also stamped a sentiment from the Lantern Additions Stamp Set and trimmed it with scissors.

I used a few of my favorite adhesives to assemble the card. My bottle of iCraft Ultra Bond Liquid Adhesive never leaves my desk! It’s my favorite liquid adhesive! I mixed it with some Gina K Designs White Foam Squares for dimension and added some gems to finish my card. Just get a look at the texture from the Flock Transfer Sheets and the shine from the Foil Transfer Sheets!

I kept the same color scheme for my second card but switched up my medium. I sprayed the back of a stencil from my stash with Pixie Spray and let it dry for about a minute before adhering the stencil to a piece of green cardstock. I used a Stencil Pal and spread Gina K Designs Gold Glitz Glitter Gel over the stencil and set my background aside to dry. I stamped the poinsettia cluster from the Reverse Confetti Lantern Additions Stamp Set five times and colored them with watercolor markers. Once they were colored I die cut them with the coordinating dies.

I arranged the poinsettia clusters in a wreath shape and adhered them along with a sentiment  to the background with Gina K Designs White Foam Squares and iCraft Ultra Bond Liquid Adhesive.  I also added some gems for an extra touch of sparkle!

I hope you’ve been enjoying the ThermOWeb and Reverse Confetti collaboration week and that you found some helpful tips and inspiration in my video today! See you again soon!

Be sure to check out yesterday’s Live with Lynnea on our YouTube Channel for more ideas using Reverse Confetti and ThermOWeb!

ThermOWeb Products Used –

Emerald Green Deco Foil Flock Transfer Sheets
Gold Deco Foil Transfer Sheets
1.5″ Purple Tape
iCraft 6×6 Easy Cut Adhesive Sheets
iCraft Ultra Bond Liquid Adhesive
Gina K Designs White Foam Squares
Gina K Designs Gold Glitz Glitter Gel
Stencil Pal
Pixie Spray

Reverse Confetti Products Used –

Home for the Holidays Stamp Set
Home for the Holidays Die Set
Lantern Additions Stamp Set
Lantern Additions Die Set
Center Frame Cover Panel Die

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1 Comment on Merry and Bright Holiday Cards with Reverse Confetti

  1. Denise Bryant
    November 12, 2020 at 11:59 am (2 weeks ago)

    Pretty cards with these awesome products! Love that Glitz Glitter Gel stenciled design!

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