Hi there once again. I have a card to share using a new piece of equipment, and new technique – which just so happens to be the theme of the new challenge starting at The Alphabet Challenge.
The letter is ‘T’, and the theme is ‘Try Something New’
I am sure you can guess – The Gemini Foilpress machine.
I have resisted this machine for the past year – having had a little play at 2018 Craftaganza, then another little play when a friend of mine brought hers over to my house. Why would I need foiling? What would I do with it? How would it enhance my card-making?
Well – I gave in. I bought one. And………….loving it!
Here is one the best – even though longest – YouTube videos which gave me all the hints and tips – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WR8rr2fUJj4&t=2805s
Now – bear with the video – there are a lot of hints, tricks, and ideas. I even did the foiling of the ‘waste’ – and it worked. So basically – no waste.
On my card, it is one of the foil stamp dies…….done the ‘correct way‘…. and one of the sentiments I bought separately. A few little ‘dew drops’ added for some dimension, and card done.
So – it would be fabulous for you to come and join us for this challenge, and show us your new crafty goodies, or new techniques. The challenge runs for two weeks. I look forward to seeing your creations and techniques in our gallery. xx
Challenges I shall be entering:
Lil Red Wagon – never before used schtuff
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge – something new
Craft Rocket Challenges – something new
Moving Along With The Times – all things new
8 thoughts on “Try Something New”
Super card, thanks for playing along with our All Things New challenge @ MAWTT this week. Good Luck
Thank you Carole xx
Seriously trying to resist more spending. You aren’t helping, lol. It looks amazing. Love Dawn x
Thanks Dawn – I resisted for a year……. xx
Sometimes enabling is a good thing and your gorgeous card is proof of that! Thanks so much for playing along with us over at Little Red Wagon!
Thank you very much xx
my goodness ,this awesome,teamie!
hugs and kisses from germany
Thanks very much Silvia xx