Hello Crafty Friends!! It’s me, Heather T. on the blog today! I am sharing my Easter Cards that I made from the NEWEST Deco Foil Toner Card Fronts in Eggcellent Easter!! The process is so easy and a fun way to use with your favorite Easter stamp sets or dies! I wanted all of my cards to be different, so you could have the option to mass-produce them or just make that special card for someone! Let’s get started!

For my first card, I used the Fuse to foil one of the toner card fronts with Regal Leopard, from the Color Harmony, “Shades of Purple”. I thought it would be a unique background and give my card a lot of interest. Then I die-cut two wreaths and used the Gina K shaker strips to create a space in between the wreaths so that I could secure my stamped vellum sentiment. Then I die-cut purple flowers, a rabbit, and a carrot, and placed them around the wreath. I finished the card by adding the purple gingham paper behind the card front! 

For my second card, I wanted the egg card front to have rows of different colors. So, I cut various color strips of foil from the Color Harmony packs and laid them over the eggs. As you can see below, I didn’t overlap the colors, but if you happen to, make sure whatever color is on the bottom is the color you want it to foil! Then I carefully ran it through the Fuse machine, making sure all my strips cover the eggs! I was extremely happy with the results! After that I die cut my grass from the Pine Green Plush papers! The plush papers give the card amazing texture and interest! I used Ultrabond glue to place my little painting chicks and then popped up my sentiment with ICraft 3D Foam Squares!

For my last card, I wanted the toner card front to really stand out! So, I foiled the card using Bronze from the Color Harmony, “Shades of Brown” pack. which the color is absolutely beautiful! I used the Deco Foil Adhesive Pen to foil the wood cross with the color Honey from the same pack, and I also die-cut a smaller cross from some white plush and layered it over the wood cross. I added some greenery and this beautiful glass butterfly on top. Under the cross I placed some die-cut and colored Lilly’s. I struggled with whether or not to use a sentiment. I ended up using the “Happy Easter” sentiment die cut from Amber Watercolor foil.


Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope I inspired you to use your foils and card fronts, as they can be used in so many creative ways!


Deco Foil Eggcellent Easter Card Fronts

Deco Foil Color Harmony “I Want it All” Bundle

Deco Foil Amber Watercolor Foil

Deco Foil Plush Papers Pine Green

iCraft Deco Foil Transfer Sheets Black

Deco Foil Clear Transfer Adhesive Pen

iCraft Ultrabond Clear Adhesive

iCraft 3D Foam Squares – Combo Pack

Gina K Designs Double-sided Adhesive Shaker Strips



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