Thursday, July 28, 2022

True Gifts of Christmas - Hot Foiled Christmas Card

 Hello friends!  I'm still adding to my Christmas card stash and today I'm sharing my card that features a couple of Spellbinders' new products from their Glimmer Greetings release!  These are beautiful hot foiling sets that will come in handy to create quick, and beautiful, cards!

I used my Spellbinders Glimmer Hot Foil machine and Platinum die cutting machines for this project.  First I foiled some green foil with the Crossed Lines Cardfront hot foil plate onto green cardstock.  I trimmed it to 4" x 5-¼".  Next I added some Mowed Lawn Distress ink around the edges with an ink blender brush.  Then I brushed on just a touch of Rustic Wilderness Distress ink. Then I adhered it to my card front.

Then I foiled the elements from the Blooming Tree Hot Foil & Die set with red and green foils.  These all part of a set of four in the Holiday Variety foil set.  This set has all of the coordinating dies included so you can die cut the pieces after you foil them--I love that!  I die cut the pieces and then used a few Copic markers to color the flowers and leaves.  

The sentiment is from the Gifts of Christmas Sentiments hot foil plates set.  (Note: This currently ½ off over on Spellbinders site!!)  After I foiled one of them in green foil, I trimmed to fit the card and adhered it with glue.  I added some foam tape to the tree and flowers and adhered them to the card base.  I used glue for the leaves.

For a bit of embellishment, I used a white gel pen to add detailing to the flowers.  Then I added drops of Red Berry Nuvo Crystal Drops.

I love how this card turned out, and hope you do too!  Thank you so much for stopping by!

1 comment:

  1. Very pretty foiling, on white and colored cardstock!


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