Friday, December 2, 2022

Spellbinders Geometric Flower Background with Hot Foiling and Stenciling

Today I'm sharing my card featuring Spellbinders Geometric Flower Background glimmer plate that also has coordinating stencils!  The sweet die cut image is the Sealed Birds die set that I kept all white to stand out on the busy background.  Check out the details below.

First I preheated my Glimmer Foil System and foiled the Geometric Flower Background and the sentiments from the Just Wanted to Say Glimmer set.  I used pink Glimmer foil on 80# Neenah white cardstock.

Next I trimmed the sentiments into strips and the foiled background to 3-¾" x 5".  Then I used the  Layered Geometric Flower Stencils to color the foiled piece. There are four separate stencils that can be used individually, or use all, as I did.  I used Distress Inks in the colors of Picked Raspberry and Spun Sugar.  The dark pink ink is Doll Pink by Simon Says Stamp.

I die cut the Sealed Birds dies once from white cardstock and another from vellum.  I added dots of glue just to the stem portion of the white die cut to adhere it to my card.  I cut the vellum die cut apart and tucked the pieces here and there under the other leafy vine.

I decided to die cut two more birds and color them with a few gray Copic markers.  I drew in the eyes and beaks with a black Micron pen and popped the birds up with small pieces of foam tape.

And that's all there is to making a beautiful card for a special friend!  Thank you so much for stopping by!

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1 comment:

  1. Wow! Gorgeous, Carol! Love this from the foiling to the colors, to the pattern and then the lovely bough and birds -- fantastic card


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