Hello. I attended the online Spellbinders Glimmer class this past weekend, and played with foiling – with just about every plate and sentiment set I had. I was glimmering for absolutely hours. Once I got the hang of it – I just kept foiling. Here is a card created with a foil plate from Pinkfresh Studio:
I had foiled the plate onto a white panel, then I used the matching stencils in Pinkfresh pink and lime green inks. I just stencilled harder with the same pink to create some variation, and added extra lime green to the base of some of the leaves.
I didn’t blend the centre of the flowers, but added some gold dots with a metallic gold paint marker from Spectrum Noir. I had bought them to use when I was doing the wax seals and highlighting the image – yet another kit I haven’t really played with yet……!
Once the blended panel was dry, I die cut the border with the matching die set, and added two more die cut layers in plain white for stability.
I thought the centre of the border was a little plain, so I dry embossed a stencil and inserted that embossed ‘off cut’ to create more interest in the centre.
The sentiment is also from my foiling sessions, added with some 3D foam strips, and I searched my stash for some pink and lime green sequins, and added them as you see.
I’m afraid I have become addicted to foiling – you are definitely going to see more of that in my future posts…..beware!
I shall be entering the following challenges:
Crafty Catz – anything goes, option of lace, ribbon or twine not taken
Allsorts – anything goes option add embellishments – taken
Color Throwdown – pink, lime green, white
Here Is A Place To start – anything goes option of flowers and one other thing taken (+ sequins)
Get Creative – flowers
Double D Challenge – flowers