Foiled stamped images

Hello everyone! It's Galina with you today and I want to share a two cards using Snow Deer To Me Stamp set and Decofoil from Thermoweb.
I decided to create a winter forest scene with a two tree stamps from Snow Deer To Me Stamp set. I stamped them with clear embossing ink on a kraft card panel. I covered the images with sticky embossing powder, I melt powder with a heat gun and after it became sticky I covered the whole panel with a piece of Summer Rainbow Deco Foil from Thermoweb.
I placed the panel with foil in the folded copy paper and run it through my diecutting machine, in this way the foal sticks better to stamped images.
I gently peeled off the foil sheet and got those beautiful multi colored trees. With a white gel pen I draw hills and blend them a bit with white ink.
Using two small heart dies from Slim Line Corner Scallop Die Set I cut out two labels from a white and kraft cardstock. On the inner piece I heat emboss a sentiment using a beautiful script stamp from Elegant Holiday Wishes Stamp set.
With a leftover foil piece I decided to create a slimline shaker card.
I put this piece inside of a regular transparent foil and run it through the laminator. Foil sheet became thicker and I can use it as a window for the shaker.  Also, I heat emboss a sentiment on it, I picked a large sentiment stamp from Magic of Christmas Sentiments Set.
I cut out a gold frame with dies from Slim Line Corner Scallop Die Set and two rectangular pieces from a violet cardstock. I cut a scallop edge on them using a biggest die from Slim Line Basket Weave Pocket Die Set. I put some white sequins in the shaker and adhered it on a green card base.
Thanks for stopping by!


  • Scraporcraft

    I like the look of the trees. Great dimension to the scene. I love this design idea.

  • Sue D

    Pretty slimline shaker and love the colors of the trees in the winter forest scene.

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  • Dee Earnshaw

    beautiful work – thanks for the ideas

  • Denise Bryant

    Love the colors! Awesome card!

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