I foiled both toner sheets through the laminator and then used foam tape to add a little dimension between the layers. The frame die is by Hero Arts. The cute bunny peeps and sentiments are from Taylored Expressions.
I tried to keep it simple to really let the toner fronts shine.
My Second card features the Bunny Clear Toner sheet also using Shattered Glass Foil. I created the background using distress oxide colors Cracked Pistachio, Peacock Feathers and Picked Raspberry I distressed it with water and shimmer sprays to give it a soft pastel look. Then I used the Unity Stamp Company Love Letters background stamp with Peacock Feathers ink. next I layered a few frames to create a pocket and added glitter and tiny clears beads to make a shaker element. I finished it with a sweet sentiment from. Unity KOM from my stash.
I love how versatile the clear toner card fronts are and how you can achieve both bold and soft card designs. I’m waiting for the Brutus Monroe Marble toner front to come back in stock they would be amazing layered over the Easter Egg Clear Toner Sheets. I hope you liked my cards today, thanks so much for stopping by❤️
I was able to create this super easy foiled card using the negative piece of foil from a toner card front. I used E6000 spray adhesive on Neenah 110# solar white cardstock and then pressed and smoothed out the foil once dry I die cut the panel and added it to a card front. I created the teal foil bunny from an svg file and cut it out of a Thermoweb toner sheet. I used teal foil and my laminator and simply added it to the die cut egg. I ALWAYS save all my negative foil pieces to use for more cards.
Today I’m sharing a slim line card I made with the Thermoweb Basket of Fun Bunnies toner card front on Kraft. I started by distressing the card front using Gina K Dark Chocolate ink, I used a full size pad and swiped it direct to paper horizontally down the entire card giving it a woodgrain look. Then I used Thermoweb Purple Sketch foil and ran it through the laminator. I wanted to add some pops of bright white so I took a white bunny toner card front added Pink Melon and Teal foil through the laminator. The I used Hero Arts oval infinity dies and die cut a few of the bunnies. Then I popped them up with iCraft foam squares randomly down the card. The sentiment is from a Unity Stamp Company KOM kit. The entire panel was die cut using Pink Fresh Studio slimline dies. I used a small leftover piece of purple sketch foil just to accent the bottom of the card under the die cut banner. Thank you for stopping by❤️
one of my favorite things about Thermoweb products is that they work so well with different supplies you already own in your crafty stash.
I used the Taylored Expressions Field Notes 2 Kit to create all these cards. I stamped the images on Bristol smooth cardstock and loosely watercolored with Zig Real Brush Markers, experimenting with different color combos. I then sprayed them with Tsukineko Sparkle Sheer Shimmer Spray. Once they dried I put them back into the Misti and stamped over them again VersaFine Clair to get super dark crisp lines. This is a trick I do with almost all of my cards.
Next I used some stencils and ink blend then I add Deco Foil transfer gel and stencils to create some organic feeling backgrounds. I purposely miss some area with the gel and don’t go all the way to the edge. I also always start with 4 1/4 by 5 1/2 pieces so I can die cut them later with I decide on my layouts.
The blue and pink card features Teal and Pink Melon Thermoweb Deco Foils. The Kraft background features Thermoweb Brutus Monroe Purple Sketch, this is one of my all time favorites and I think it works so well on Kraft. I love how the foils paired with soft watercolors gives so much contrast and shine. I finished the middle of the flowers with a little stickles. FYI these foils are featured on the Thermoweb website and are 15% off right now with free shipping if you spend only $35.00
the next two cards feature Thermoweb white flock and 3D embossing folders, this is a really cool technique my friend Sue Doherty shared with me at a craft retreat. The soft texture of the flock paired with 3D embossing folders is so elegant gorgeous in person. I’m going to order some more colors of Flock to try with this technique.
May last card is a little bonus. I ALWAYS save all my foil negatives. I used a negative foil called Summer Sunset, it was created using the Brutus Monroe Brush Strokes Toner sheets. I used spray adhesive to adhere the foil and ran everything through my die cut machine. Then I simply popped up the die floral image and added my sentiments.
I need some Spring birthday cards for my stash. All the birthday sentiments are from Taylored Expressions, it was an incentive stamp set a few month back.