Hello everyone! It’s Amanda from Twiddler’s Nook today with a pair of super fun cards featuring the newly released, limited edition Time to Fly toner card fronts! These butterflies and dragonflies are so great and just beautiful foiled! I couldn’t choose so I have a pair of cards to share with you today.

Products used on today’s cards:
Time to Fly Toner Card Fronts
Passionate Pink Fancy Foil
Grass Green Fancy Foil
Deco Foil Toner Sheets
Pixie Spray
iCraft Ultra Bond liquid adhesive
Trinity Stamps Mouse House stamps and dies
Trinity Stamps Bunny Burrow stamps and dies
Trinity Stamps Catching Some Rays stencil
Trinity Stamps Scripty Birthday dies
Trinity Stamps Blending Buddy brushes
Newton’s Nook Cloudy Sky stencil
Pink & Main Smile dies
Crushed Pineapple Stickles
Glossy Accents
Wink of Stella glitter brush pen
Lawn Fawn dye inks

Time to Fly Deco Foil Toner Cards

To start things off I chose my foil colors and pulled out one of each design in the A2 size toner card fronts. I heated up my laminator and got things cooking!

While I had the laminator on, I decided to run a couple of pieces of toner sheets through with scraps of the same foils I was using on the card fronts to use for my sentiment dies.

I die cut my sentiments from the foiled toner sheet, plus 3 more times from white cardstock and then the shadow from vellum for both sets. I think vellum shadows on sentiments is my very favorite to do, all the time! I used my awesome Ultra Bond liquid glue to adhere all the layers together and then set those aside.

Next, I prepped my stencil layers with pixie spray because these lines tend to shift when ink blending and we don’t want that.

I grabbed my Lawn Fawn dye inks and blending brushes in coordinating colors and got to inking up my card fronts. I started with the butterflies going over the whole sheet in the lightest yellow, then the first set of rays in the darker yellow and accenting with the peach color.

And as you can see from this photo, I changed my mind and decided not to do the same background on both cards. This time I grabbed the Newton’s Nook cloudy sky stencil and inked it up with a couple of light blues.

I stamped and colored the images from Mouse House and Bunny Burrow, then used the coordinating dies to cut them out and now we’re ready to assemble both of our cards!

I simply used liquid adhesive to add the foiled card fronts to bases, then added my sentiment and finished things off with those cute bugs! Here is a closer look at each card.

For finishing touches on this card, I just added little glossy accents to the snail’s shell. I have a hard time leaving things alone, so while I didn’t want to detract from the beautiful foiling, I didn’t want my snail lost either. The shine brings your eye to him, I think.

For this super bright and fun card, I added glossy accents to all the bugs but on the firefly’s rear end I used Stickles in crushed pineapple which is an awesome neon yellow color, and Wink of Stella glitter brush pen on the wings.

These cards are so much fun to play within the light. I love these foil colors together so much!

I really can’t wait to share these with people! I just think they are so fun and happy, sure to bring a smile!!! Don’t you think so?

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day and be sure to use hashtags #decofoil and #thermoweb so we can find your projects!

Save on Featured Foils

With our new release comes new Featured Foils that you’ll find at special savings for a limited time! Look for 15% off some of our most popular colors this time… Gold and Silver Deco Foil, Passionate Pink and Grass Green Fancy Foils, and our NEW Rainglow from Brutus Monroe! Shop NOW for these savings PLUS our NEW Time to Fly Toner Card Fronts!


Now don’t miss a chance to enter to win a $25 Gift Card to shop with us! You can pick up more of our Toner Sheets, some of our Deco Foil, Tape Runners, Foam Squares, Liquid Adhesive and much more. But you’ve got to enter to win! Join us each day this week as we celebrate our Time to Fly Release with more ideas and inspiration!

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