Hi there, it’s Ellen here again. I have a fun trio of cards to share!

It’s never to early to start making Christmas cards. Today I started making my first cards.

The cards look a bit similar, but I didn’t use a card sketch. I played with a Hot Foil plate…

I applied the hot foil by moving the ‘Hot Foil’ plate in different angles (horizontal, vertical and oblique and edgeways).

I applied flock too. I really like to use foam adhesive for this, but this can be very flexible and sometimes difficult to apply with a fine text like here. The tip is to remove all excess. You stick the flock on the correct place, while it is still in the cutting plate (like you see on the picture). This gives the perfect result every time!

Of course I glued the other elements with our different glue options.

Hopefully you found this blog post inspiring. Of course you can use the idea for other themes instead of Christmas cards.

Supplies:

Deco Foil Hot Stamp Foil Roll 5 in x 15 ft – Silver
Deco Foil Plush Paper, White Latte
iCraft 3D Foam Tape Jumbo Roll (Black) 1/16 Thick x 108 ft
Deco Foil Foam Adhesive Sheets, White
iCraft Mixed Media Multi-Purpose Adhesive, 2.1 fl oz
iCraft Memory Tape Runner XL 

Other Supplies: Holiday Foliage Hot Foil Plate – Newton’s Nook Designs, Basic Frames Die Set – Newton’s Nook Designs, Frames & Tags Die Set – Newton’s Nook Designs, Heartfelt Holidays – Newton’s Nook Designs, Big Happy Shadow Wafer Dies sssd111855 – Simon Says Stamp, Build a Birdhouse – Lawn Fawn

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