Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Foiled

I realized there are a couple of cards from our challenges that the stamp group did that I still hadn't posted, this one I wanted to wait until I gave it to my girlfriend.

One of the ladies in our group had us stamp on Acetate (I am ashamed to say I still can't find my Acetate so I stamped on Transparency.  You color it on the other side  and then paint all around the image to give it a background so all that is showing is your stamp.  Take some foil and crunch it up a little bit to give it some texture and then flatten back out and attach it to the back side of your acetate.

Isn't that such a neat technique, I had never heard of it before, it is best to use a stamp with a lot of open space to give it the best effect.
Here is a closeup of it.



JRL Designs -- Rose Romance stamp
Spellbinders -- Labels Eight die
Carta Bella -- Alphabet Junction paper
Delta Creamcoat -- Blue Wisp paint
Our Daily Bread Designs -- Mini tag sentiment stamp set
Queen & co. -- Snowflake pearls

This just might be a technique you would like to try for Christmas cards I think that would be very pretty!

Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by today, I would love to hear from you.

Connie

15 comments:

Stephanie said...

Oh I agree, this technique would be wonderful for Christmas cards. Your purple rose is stunning, my friend.

Have a beautiful day. Hugs!

Monika/Buzsy said...

Lovely card Connie. That look is amazing... love the texture! I will have to learn more about that technique!

Darlene said...

Just GORGEOUS ... I'm sure she LOVED it! I know I would ... that's my color!! Great design ... what fun! Hugs to you my friend and happy day!

Ann Greenspan's Crafts said...

I've never seen this done before, Connie. What a cool idea. The flower on the card looks so dimensional like there are layers and layers to it. Thanks for sharing your beautiful card and technique.

Donna Phelan said...

WOW! Such a beautiful card, love that technique--have never tried it, but will put it on my 'to do' list! This is GORGEOUS!!!

Leslie Miller said...

This is amazing! I would have looked at this forever and never figured out how you did it. Love it! I've been thinking about an old acetate technique with Crystal Effects and ink from a long time ago. I could maybe do this with die cuts, hmmmm... What inspiration today, Connie!

Summer said...

Just beautiful ♥

Debbie said...

This technique is beautiful, I have never heard of it until now. It would work nicely with a pointsetta for Christmas 🎄, was it time consuming!!??

Alex said...

Lovely rich purple card! The technique is great! You know I think it could be a great excuse to buy (and eat) a large tin of those multicoloured wrapped choccies/toffees you see piled high in the grocery store...then you'll have loads of foil in all colours, hee ; )

Lowcarb team member said...

Oh this does look very nice, and I love the colour.

A technique you could use for many cards perhaps?

All the best Jan

Laura said...

Awesome technique and a gorgeous card! Love it! I'll have to try it soon. Thanks for sharing the how to...great idea!

Gaby Bee said...

What a cool idea! Your card looks gorgeous. Thanks for sharing this technique.

Hugs,
Gaby

Heidi Stamps said...

Just gorgeous! Yours turned out so well! Good luck finding your acetate, it is tough to find clear things!

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Love the colors!! So pretty!!
Thanks so much for stopping by and for your kind words!!
Hugs,
Debbie

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Wonderful Connie, it's a great effect indeed, acetate can be a lot of fun to work with, you've done it well,
Thanks for sharing,
Shaz in Oz.x

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