LDRS Creative and Therm-o-Web

Corinne Jones

Posted on December 12 2020

Corinne here today on the inspiration blog, to show you my newest project using products from LDRS Creative and Thermo-O-Web.

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I started by using Peppermint Stencil and lightly coating it with Deco Foil Transfer Gel Duo.

I used the Deco Foil Stencil Pal, this tool is so fabulous spreading the Duo Gel.

Let it dry until it looks clear, then place the foil pretty side UP. I did the no heat version and ran it through my die cutting machine. I used Fancy Transfer Foil, Radiant Red,WOW, what beautiful Foil. Place it in the Deco Foil Parchment Paper and place a piece of cardstock over your project inside the parchment paper. Then I also used a piece of cardstock on top of the plate for a slight shim to make sure I had really good pressure. You may not need this, you will have to decide if you have enough pressure on yours.

I used the Practically Oval Frame set and used the 2 ovals. Stamped the sentiment on the smaller oval using Scarlet Rose Hybrid Ink.

I stamped with Raven Hybrid Ink the truck and camper and one of the houses from the 34th Street Stamp set, cut them out with the Coordinating die set, and placed them on foam tape for some added dimension.

Colored the stamped images with Alcohol markers.

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9 comments

  • Jenelle Reyes: December 27, 2020

    I just love the foiled background using the Peppermint Stick stencil. Adorable scene with the house and too cute truck and trailer!

  • Scraporcraft: December 14, 2020

    Very neat to see that the pressure from the machine can be used for the transfer. I like the stencil.

  • Sharon Gullikson: December 14, 2020

    I just adore trailer and camping images. I have been camping since I was a baby, and my little family LOVES nature. These days, we really want to get away, so this card is calling my name!! I have really enjoyed seeing how you ladies have put together cards with Thermoweb and your AMAZINGLY WONDERFUL STAMPS. Angie and Alan, you know how I love your stamps, especially the animals. But this is just as cute as the animals. Thanks for the chance to win. This year money is tight, and I would LOVE to buy some stamps for my newly single daughter and her 2 little crafters. We do crafts together once a week, and they LOVE it. I just love to do crafts with kids (I used to teach crafts to kids at Pottery Barn Kids) because they enjoy being creative so much, AND I don’t want crafting to die out.

  • Carlos C. : December 14, 2020

    Wow this card turned out so pretty and really neat how you made it I really like the effect that the foil gives this card paired with that stencil it turned out so amazing, these are some awesome products that you used

  • Sue D: December 14, 2020

    I like the foiled peppermint background for this going home scene.

  • Andre M.: December 14, 2020

    This is such a fresh take on the traditional Christmas palette, lovely scene.

  • Mel H: December 14, 2020

    Very cute. The foiled stripes make it very special and festive.

  • Mary Holshouser: December 12, 2020

    Cute camper. I would be packing
    the trailer to go to warm Texas from
    cold Illinois. Looks like home.
    thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

  • Denise Bryant: December 12, 2020

    Love that foiled background design with the stencil! Adorable card!

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