Hi, this is Mona, and today I have another video tutorial for you with Unity Toner Card Fronts and Neon Flock Transfer Sheets.
I am starting with the process with Blanco Deco Foil Transfer Gel which I am applying to colored cardstock by Gina K Designs with Deco Foil Stencil Pal through the stencil. I am using the Fancy Foliage Stencil by Heffy Doodle, which I sprayed with Pixie Spray for a better result. I will let the gel dry for one hour. Also, I cleaned all my supplies and continue with the coloring.
Instead of stamping, I am going to color the Flowers and Lines Toner Card Front by Unity Stamps. These foilable Toner Card Fronts are really versatile. You can color on them with alcohol markers like me, you can make on it an ink blending, watercoloring, and spraying as well and run it through your laminator with your favorite Deco Foil Transfer Sheets. 😊 When the coloring was done, I added white highlights and dots to the petals and leaves.
I wanted to leave the black edges on the images so instead of foiling I just fussy cut the colored flowers. The next step was the die-cutting. I run the Sparkle and Shine dies from Heffy Doodle with white cardstock through my Die-cut machine three times. Next, I adhered them together with Ultra Bond Adhesive and let the words dry.
Next, I am going to use the Electro Pop Neon Flock transfer sheets in Hello Yellow and Poppin Pink colors by Rina K designs. The process is simple and easy. I am putting a parchment paper to my desk and put on it the neon flock transfer sheet.
Next, I am placing the dried design face down onto the colored side of the flock, and finally, I run it through my hot laminator. In then I gently peeled away the transfer sheet to reveal the design.
When it was done, I adhered my images with 3D Foam Squares to the right place. Once the styling is done, I am adhering some sequins to embellish my card. And the cards are ready! I hope you have enjoyed my project for today. As always you can find the used supplies below the post. Be sure to watch the video on Therm O Web’s YouTube channel. Thanks for stopping by, Mona
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