Hello crafty friends! Ellen here, to share easy to make foiled glitter birthday cards.

I especially love a delicate foiled birthday card.

Let me explain step by step how I made it.

I started by turning on the laminator. Next place foil (color side facing up) on top of the printed side of the toner card front/clear sheet. Insert the project in a folded parchment paper and push it true the hot laminator. Remove project from parchment paper. Let cool (this is very important to have a good result) and slowly peel of the foil to reveal your foiled design!

It’s fun to add foil to a toner card front, in the Brutus Monroe Designer Toner Sheets are clear sheets, these are fun to make shaker card like I did here.

Of course it wasn’t the only foil I used on the cards.

First I did add foil on a few element from theĀ  ‘Happy Everything’ Toner Card Fronts using the Magic Wand Silver).

On the cards I also did use ‘Deco Foil Adhesive Transfer Designs’.

Carefully peel off the clear bottom liner and positioned on a piece of paper and run it through hot laminator or die-cutting machine. Slowly peel back the printed top liner to reveal the clear adhesive design. Then you repeat the steps what I explained to do for the Toner Card fronts (under the 3th picture).

I added all elements with white and black foam.

hope you enjoyed this post and are inspired to make foiled birthday cards.


Deco Foil Toner Card Fronts – Design Haven
Brutus Monroe Designer Toner Sheets, Paint Brushed
Brutus Monroe Foil Transfer Sheets, Rainglow
Deco Foil A2 Toner Card Fronts – Happy Everything
Deco Foil Adhesive Transfer Designs – Happy Everything
Laura Kelly Foil Transfer Sheets, Magic Wand Silver
Deco Foil Foam Adhesive Sheets, White
iCraft 3D Foam Tape Jumbo Roll (White) 1/8 Thick x 54 ft
Gina K. Designs Double-sided Adhesive Foam Squares 1/4 in, White
Gina K. Designs Double-sided Adhesive Foam Squares, Black

Other Supplies: Carlijn Design – Chunky glitter Opal Iridescent, Carlijn Design – Snijmallen Notenkrakers kerst, My Favorite Things – A2 Rectangle Frames Die-namics

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