Foiled Celebrate

Hi everyone!

Ilina here today and I am sharing a super fun and festive mini slimline card combining few of the new products: Big Celebrate Cut and Foil Die set, Mini-Slimline Stitched Layers Stack Die set and the Pretty Party Decor stamp set.

To make the card start by foiling the Celebrate using matte gold foil. Once foiled use the coordinating die cut to cut it out. Also die cut three additional pieces to stack them up. (I like using stacking die cuts to add dimension compared to using foam tape or craft foam). Once you have all the layers adhere them together and use something heavy to put on top while the adhesive dries (I like to use liquid adhesive)

Cut a piece of white card stock that measures bigger than 3″x6″ (this is the size of the largest die from the Mini-Slimline Stitched Layers Stack die set. Stamp the elements from the Pretty Party Decor stamp set. Use masking paper to overlap some of the images. Once your first layer is stamped, use MISTI or stamp positioning tool of your choice to stamp the second layer using darker color of ink. Stamp one image at a time. Once you have stamped with darker color ink, clean your stamp and add some gold ink on one side and stamp and stamp. This adds little bit more interest and shimmer to your project and will pull the images together with the gold foiled Celebrate.

Die cut the stamped panel using the largest Mini-Slimline Stitched die. Die cut three additional panels and stack them together, like we did for the Celebrate word. Let it dry under something heavy (this is not requirement, but it’s something I like to do).

Once dry, adhere the foiled Celebrate Word and add some Gorgeous Golden Baubles Embellishment mix. Now you are done with your main panel and you can adhere it to a mini slimline card base. (I made the card base from white card stock measuring 6 1/4″ x 6 1/2″, and scored the 6 1/2″ side at 3 1/4″)

Thank you so much for stopping by and hope you are having an amazing day!!!!

One thought on “Foiled Celebrate

  1. That’s gorgeous! I don’t have a hot foiling machine, I just can’t justify the expense, but I do love the effect.

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