New Maker Forte Foils from Therm O Web

Join the creative party with Deco Foil and Maker Forte as we collaborate on exclusive Foil Transfer Sheets!

Deco Foil/Maker Forte Transfer Sheets are an ideal way to add vibrant metallic shine to cards, mixed media, layouts, and more, and these unique designs are sure to fuel your imagination! Use Transfer Sheets with Deco Foil Toner Sheets or Maker Forte black-and-white paper packs for a quick, easy way to make your projects stand out. Transfer Sheets may also be used with Deco Foil transfer gels and adhesives.

Known for their innovative style, Maker Forte wants to break the mold on what is considered crafty, empowering everyone to say “I am a maker, too!” Come create with Maker Forte and Deco Foil! Shop Now for these unique holographic print foils!

To inspire you and show how stunning these foils are with their unique design and finish…check out these adorable cards featuring both colors!


Hey there! Chrissie here and I have a treat for you today! I get to share a brand new release!!! Maker Forte and Thermoweb have teamed up and the result is simply fabulous! The new foils are divine!

Supplies Used:
Deco Foil Toner Card Fronts – Lots of Dots
Deco Foil Toner Card Fronts – Candy Stripes
Maker Forte Foils
Gina K. Designs Masking Magic Sheets, 12 pack
Deco Foil Parchment Paper
Laminator
iCraft Removable Purple Tape Roll, 1.5 in x 15 yds
iCraft Memory Tape Runner XL (50ft)
Gina K. Designs Double-sided Adhesive Foam Squares, White
Catherine Pooler Inks: Pucker Up, Cummerbund
Spectrum Noir Markers
Gina K. Designs Circle Large Die
Newton’s Nook Corgi Beach Stamp Set
Whimsy Stamps Everyday Scripted Sentiments Stamp Set

If you haven’t use the toner card fronts yet, what are you waiting for? Simply place foil (silver side down) onto the toner front, place both in parchment paper and run through a heated up laminator.  The foil adheres to the toner and the card is already about 50% done! Plus, you can keep that leftover foil (the negative piece that pulls off) for later and use it on a DecoFoil Toner Sheet to make the most out of each piece of foil!
For the above card, I used Gina K. Masking Magic to create the circle area.  I die cut a circle and then inked around it.  I love the Masking Magic because it didn’t pull off any foil or create any problems at all with the card.  It looks perfect!
For the next card, I used the same circle die cuts and cut out two circles from the foiled toner card front.  I placed them together, slightly off, just to create some interest.  For the background, I added ink and then splatted some water onto it.  I love the pink background paired with the foil!
To complete both cards, I stamped the cute corgi images and colored them in with alcohol markers.  I used the coordinating dies (along with purple tape to hold the dies in place) and ran them through my die-cutting machine.
I assembled the cards using my Tape Runner XL and foam squares.  Even though similar techniques and supplies were used on both cards, they both turned out very different!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Give these new foils a try and post your creations online using #thermoweb and #decofoil!
-Chrissie

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