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Deco Foil Thank You Card

Deco Foil Thank You Card

This week we are featuring a matchup between Deco Foil and Brutus Monroe! The team has been working hard to create some fun and stunning projects to inspire you. Please take some time to visit the Thermoweb blog as well to see what their team has to offer this week!

I love adding some shine to my cards. I usually reach for my metallic embossing powders or some gold cardstock, but recently I was able to try some Decofoil for the first time, and it is absolutely fantastic! 

For this card, I started out by using the Brutus Monroe PAINT SPOTS STENCIL along with some DECO FOIL TRANSFER GEL. After applying the gel over the stencil, I let it dry completely. Then, I ran it through my laminator with some gorgeous copper foil over top. After peeling off the foil, I set the foiled cardstock aside, and used the foil negative for this card. 

I adhered the foil to my card base, and then I took another piece of cardstock and stamped a wood grain onto it. Then, I used some brown tones of Distress Ink and blended over the stamped wood grain pattern. 

I then ran my wood grain panel through my Sizzix with a scalloped border die at an angle. I adhered the angled wood grain panel over my foil. 

Next, I took some die cut leaves that I colored with ink, and arranged them in a cluster on the right hand side. I then used some Deco Foil Adhesive Foam, die cut the word "thanks", and applied more foil to the word. I love how I was able to match the sentiment to the background! 

I then adhered the sentiment over the leaves and added a twine bow. Very simple card but it really allows the foil to stand out! This would be a perfect fall thank you to send to that family member or friend that bravely hosted the Thanksgiving meal this year! 

Thanks for stopping by!

Until next time, 
Marie Nicole






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Marjorie Dumontier - October 9, 2017

That’s a gorgeous fall card !! That Deco Foil Gel really appeals me…

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