Updated: Oct 21, 2021
Foil on cards is so much fun and really super easy. Check out a few cards I made using some papers that are foil ready and some toner sheets!
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Check out the video to see how to make these foil cards, they are too much fun!
The first set of cards use the Geometric papers from Ann Butler.
You add foil to the top of the paper and place it into a heat laminator, I used my Xyron Glaminator, and then peel off the top foil color and it sticks to the paper. It is just too cool!!
Ann has another product that are called toner sheets. You place the foil you just used on the toner sheet and run it through your heat source and feel it off to create the negative image of the pattern (see the black paper with pink foil above).
Last I also used foil on Ann's die cut sentiments, the foil sticks to them too when heated!
Here is a secon set of cards using a different sheet from the Geometric pack in purple.
I also made another set of cards, but this time instead of using the foil paper as a background paper, I cut them out with a die set from Maker's Movement and made little backpacks for back to school. The papers die cut no problem and look super cute!
I did the same method of using aqua foil on the white Floral pattered paper, and then used the foil on the toner sheet for the reverse image. So now my backpacks have both the black and the white versions of the pattern. I also adding in a die cut element and adding foil as and stuck it to the bottom of the card.
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