Hi, there! Ready for an easy two for one foiling technique?! I used foiling as a resist medium and did some loose watercoloring with the new Wild Garden Unity Toner Card Front.
Unity Toner Card Fronts with Deco Foil and Watercolors
I cut a piece of the Emerald Watercolor Deco Foil that was slightly larger than my Wild Garden Toner Card Front and placed the foil pretty side up onto the toner card front. I placed the foil and the toner card front into a piece of Deco Foil Parchment Paper and ran the sandwich through my preheated laminator. I LOVE the look! There are portions of gold and emerald all mixed together and the shine is incredible!
I saved the negative piece of Deco Foil from the toner card front as I always do, but this time I actually used it to make a second card! I covered a piece of white cardstock with iCraft 6×6 Easy Cut Adhesive and added my negative foil piece over the adhesive and pressed it in place. I find it best to roll the foil into the adhesive to minimize bubbles. I trimmed away any excess adhesive and used a rectangle die to cut down the panel. Now I have a beautiful negative foiled piece!
I finished both cards by using a piece of Deco Foil White Foam Adhesive Sheet to pop up the foiled pieces onto a white card base. I stamped a sentiment from the Unity Stamp Co In My Thoughts, Girl Stamp Set and trimmed the edge into a banner, and popped the sentiments onto my cards with iCraft 3D Foam Strips. I hope you’ve enjoyed this quick two-for-one tutorial! Thanks for stopping by!
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