You can make quick cards with a tons of sparkle and shine using Thermoweb toner card fronts. Sometimes I just turn on my laminator and run a bunch of toner fronts through to use for future cards I need in a hurry.
The first card uses the toner card front Reverse Polka Dot with Rainglow foil. I wanted to let the foil be the focus so I just die cut some cloud edge dies and a TE rainbow sentiment and then used some leftover Rainglow foil and a toner piece to die cut the cute little heart. I also added a Simon Says Stamps friend word die cut.
My next card uses the Unity Stamp Company Butterfly Fly Away toner front. I’m obsessed with this card front I always add a pack when placing an order with Thermoweb or Unity Stamp Company. I die just the Taylored Expressions Framed Hello die out of black glitter cardstock and then several times out of thick cardstock. Next I trimmed a piece of vellum to place behind the black piece and sandwiched the other die cuts to give dimension. Then a simple sending hugs sentiment die cut with a circle and a scallop gold glitter circle behind that. I used Thermoweb foam squares on the bottom half of the circle to give a little more dimension.
My third card is my favorite and it was a mistake! I had used an Easter egg toner card front with Rainglow foil. When I ran the Blossoms card front through the laminator I didn’t realize that the egg negative was behind my fresh foil. When I removed it from the laminator I had the egg negative print foiling the card front…. ugh. So I thought I’d try and salvage it. I took a bunch of small pieces of leftover foil and placed it over the card front and ran it through again. Everywhere the toner was foiled with the scraps. I also had some over foiling of the egg print but I actually liked the sketchy look of it. Then I used a TE frame die and inlayed it in the card using Thermoweb foam squares to pop up the center portion. I used a Taylored Expressions Handlettered stamp and it companion die for the sentiment as well as Unexpected Blessings stamp and die set. I used Copics to color the flowers and arranged them around the sentiment. I then added drip drops, tiny red rhinestones and sequins from my stash. My best advice about “mistake” toner card fronts is don’t give up keep working with them you can create something beautiful. Thanks for stopping by hope you have a Blessed Easter.