We are so excited about the release of our new Therm O Web Stencils and our new 2018 colors of Deco Foil Transfer Sheets. Today I have a pair of cards to share using these new products with our Deco Foil Transfer Gel to create beautiful textured metallic backgrounds perfect for all-occasion cards.

Spring Butterfly Cards with Deco Foil Stencils

Spring Butterfly Cards with Deco Foil Stencils by Designer Audrey Pettit

Supplies:
Gina K. Designs for Therm O Web Premium Cardstock: White, Black
Deco Foil Stencils: Starburst, Pinwheels
Deco Foil Transfer Sheets: Denim, Teal
Deco Foil Transfer Gel
iCraft Purple Tape
Therm O Web Fabric Fuse Liquid Adhesive
Royal Sovereign Laminator
Therm O Web XL Memory Tape Runner
Patterned Paper: Photo Play Paper
Stamps: Stamper’s Anonymous
Dies: Sizzix
Ink: Ranger
Sequins: Pretty Pink Posh

Here’s how you can achieve this amazing foiled look seen here.


Spring Butterfly Cards with Deco Foil Designer Stencils Instructions:

To begin, trim a panel of Therm O Web Premium White Cardstock that is slightly smaller than your card base. Working on a non-stick craft mat, tape the panel down using Therm O Web’s awesome new Purple Tape.This tape is perfect for holding down stencils and dies, and also works great for masking off areas, like this border here. Ink the masked paper with light blue ink using an ink blending tool.

Tape down a stencil onto the inked cardstock panel. This is the fabulous new Starburst Designer Stencil.

Apply a thick, even coat of Deco Foil Transfer Gel over the stencil using a palette knife. Scrap the excess gel back into the bottle, and remove the stencil from the paper. Wash the stencil and palette knife immediately with warm soapy water. Set aside the gelled panel to dry. The gel turns from a milky consistency to completely clear when dry.

Turn on your laminator and let it heat up. Inside a piece of folded parchment paper, place a piece of scrap cardstock, followed by the gelled panel (with the gel side up). Cut a piece of Deco Foil Transfer Sheet that is slightly larger than the gelled cardstock, and place it on top (with the colored side up and the silver side down).

Place the folded end of the parchment into the laminator, and run this sandwich through the machine.

Allow the foil to cool for a few moments, and then peel back the transfer sheet to reveal your fabulous foiled background. Adhere the panel to a piece of black cardstock cut to the same size as the card base.

Add paper banner strips and a hand-stamped focal panel. Top with a stamped sentiment strip, and a few sequins adhered with Fabric Fuse Liquid Adhesive.

Repeat the process to create more cards, changing up the stencil and sentiment to suit. For this second card, I used the new Pinwheels Designer Stencil with the new Teal Deco Foil Transfer Sheets.

Enjoy!

 

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March is National Craft Month and National Quilting Month and we want to offer you a chance to win some fun supplies!

We have two prizes to give away this week…one is perfect for the fabric crafter and the other the paper crafter!


This prize contains adorable Hello Jane fabrics from our friends at Windham Fabric along with must-haves in any craft room! We’ve included our HeatnBond Lite Fusible Adhesive, Heatnbond Hem Tape, HeatnBond EZ Print Sheets in Lite and Featherlite PLUS our HeatnBond Soft Stretch Hem Tape!

Our paper prize has lots of good things! Sizzix paper pad, coloring pad and stamps, Photo Paper Play Hoppy Easter paper kit, Deco Foil Transfer Sheets, Adhesive Pen and our NEW Designer Stencil plus 3D Foam Squares and our favorite Mini Tape Runner!

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