Saturday, June 30, 2018

Craftangles June Blog Hop!

Hello and welcome to the Craftangles June 2018 blog hop!


This month, we are focusing on Craftangles foils!



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Here are my cards.
I have tried to use the foils in different ways and I had a lot of fun with this.


For the first card, 

I started out by using a sheet of toner printed paper..
This is simply a sheet of paper which I printed out black in my laser printer.
Foil can only be heat transferred onto paper which is covered with toner.
I die cut the guitar and its detail piece (MFT dienamics) from this sheet. 
 I then used my laminator to heat transfer the red foil and the holographic foil.










Here is  a video showing you how I transferred the foil onto the die cut.







I then used another fun technique to transfer foil onto the card base using just a glue stick!! No laminator needed!!!
Here is a video showing you how...






For the second card, I die cut the clouds (Mama Elephant dies)  and the numbered balloons (Lawn Fawn dies) from the toner paper and foiled them exactly as shown in the video above.
I then put the card together using baker's twine and a simple sentiment from 
My Favourite Things stamps. 


For the third card, I used the left over die cuts from the clouds above and foiled them using Craftangles turquoise  and blue foils.
Don't they make fantastic waves? 
I used the glue stick technique to add some turquoise foil to the background too and then added a colourful mermaid (from the Craftangles 'Mermaid Kisses' stamp set).
I added a sentiment from the same stamp set to finish the card with a kraft card base.



I hope you have enjoyed this post. 
If you have any questions, do feel free to leave them in the comments below.

Next on the hop is Rahmat.

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Two random winners will be chosen!

Thanks so much for stopping by!
Have a great day!

Paru Mahtani

34 comments:

  1. Tremendous work with foil transfer, love the rocking and shining guitar and those waves are absolutely fantastic, love them all!

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  2. Very well explained..all cards are amazing..and thanks for the video tutorial

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  3. Amazing cards. Love how you used up left over diecuts for foiling clouds. Mermaid card stunningly beautiful. πŸ’•πŸ’–

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  4. Wonderful cards loved the last two a bit more.How cool to use foil just with glue :)

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    1. Isn' t it? Couldnt get over the technique! Thanks for liking my cards

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  5. Gorgeous cards :) very cool & unique. The one with the guitar really stole my heart. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  6. AWESOME cards! Using the colored foil really does make each card that much more SPECTACULAR! I especially LOVE the sweet little Mermaid girl! She is just so PRECIOUS!

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  7. Loved your work...and thanks for a detailed tutorial

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  8. Wow .... Lovely ways to use the foil. These cards are great inspiration

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  9. Thanks for the detailed videos of your creations.loved all your cards.amazing stuff!

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  10. The guitar has a rockstar sort of feel to it! Love your ideas with reactive foils. Very inspiring :)

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  11. Very nice
    Keep on experimenting

    Good job

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  12. Fantastic...embarrassed to ask but Paru what is toner paper...I have no idea.

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    1. Hi Sonia,
      Toner paper is nothing but a sheet of black printed on it..you just print out a block of black on a laser printer.
      Laser printers use toner which is essential for foiling. Hope this helps

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  13. This type of foiling doesn't work for me it I've now maybe learnt what I'm doing wrong...Toner lol. You've explained your way thoroughly enough for me to understand. Thank you. I'm loving all your cards but I'm pretty sure the 3rd is my favourite.

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    1. So glad. Do give it a try. Thank you so much for liking my cards.

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