Embossing Foil!

Posted on May 1, 2015 9:00:00 AM

Welcome to Paper House! Bev here, and I am super excited to share a fun technique I borrowed from a friend. Get out your papers, some foil, inks or paint, and an embossing folder. We're making a super fun card! Foil Card- Bev Code

Let me tell you how to make it!

Foil Card- Bev Code

Decide on the size of the distressed metal accent you'd like to make. Cut the paper and then cover it with tin foil. Smooth everything out flat and tape on the back to hold it firmly in place.

Foil Card- Bev Code

Now emboss it with your favorite embossing folder.

Foil Card- Bev Code

This is what it looks like after.

Foil Card- Bev Code

Add paint to your foil, then rub off excess to get as much or as little color as you like.

My base for the card showcases the ColorWays™ collection. Add your foil accent to any project. I am making the card above, and I added all the extras to finish it off.

Foil Card- Bev Code

Here is a close-up of the foil accent. Sure hope you enjoyed this technique!

Products Used:

Paper House ColorWays™ Sapphire Dahlia Scrapbook Paper (back)
Paper House ColorWays™ Sapphire Trimmings Scrapbook Paper
Bella Creationz Timeless Twine
Embossing Folder: Sizzix Tim Holtz alterations
Paint: Adirondack Acrylic
Sentiment: SRM sticker

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Up next is another card. Paper House's color combinations and amazing accents make cardmaking so fun and easy. On the background, I added some paint and gesso and used some stencils. I embossed and used ink stamps as well. I punched out chevrons using a hexagon punch and added amazing accent and sentiment stickers. A few buttons and this card looks great.

Laugh Often Card- Bev Code

Products Used:

Paper House The Great Outdoors Paper Pad
Paper House Live Well 3D Stickers
Stencils: The Crafter's Workshop
Embossing Folder: Darice
Paint: Misc.
Ink: Tim Holtz Ranger
Punch: Fiskars
Other: Buttons, gesso

Thanks for stopping by!

Paper House - Bev Code

Posted in Scrapbooking Card Making By Tara Sturm

1 Comment

Beverly Jordan

posted on Thursday, May 7, 2015 11:18:35 PM America/New_York
How precious your cards are!

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