Hello friends! If you have been following along with us here, then you've already seen some awesome projects made with the brand new Decofoil products from Brutus Monroe that just came out! check them all out HERE! They're really incredible and the resutls are stunning for making projects!
I'd like to share with you a couple that I've made with the new Decofoil products:
For this card, I used both the Red and Gold Static transfer sheets and foiled it with the Ornamental Toner Sheet. I first foiled it in red (but that sheet wasn't used for this.) I took the negitive of that red piece and placed it over a full Deco Foil Toner Sheet and then the black areas where the ornaments are, I took the gold transfer sheet and foiled the ornaments in that. So it's sort of a double foiling!
I added this foiled panel over a piece of Alabaster cardstock that I wrapped some gold ribbon around and then I heat set the sentiment from the Yuletide Greetings stamp set with Gilded embossing powder. The sentiment was stamped with Embossing Ink from a Yuletide Greetings Cut File.
I also had fun making a Halloween card too:
For this card, I pretty much did the same as the card above in where I took the "negitive" from the foiled Webbed Toner Sheet using the Gold Transfer Sheet which made the webbing black. I left it like that for the background of my card.
For the "ground" I took a piece of Raven cardstock and ripped some strips for the "dirt" and sponged the edges of it with a gold ink. I took the images from the Trick or Treat stamp set and colored them up, fussy cut the out and arranged a scene at the bottom. I took a Copic liner to write in my own grave markers. :)
I took the silhouette bat from the stamp set and heat embossed it over the foiled background with Raven Sparkle embossing powder. I also used this for the sentiment banner that I made from some Speckled Egg card stock. I also took some of the same carstock and layered it behind the card front and then mounted this over an A2 sized top folding card base.
Hope you've enjoyed my cards that I had so much fun foiling! Thanks for stopping in today!