Monday, January 7, 2019

Valentine Card Trio For Therm O Web

Hello everyone, popping in to let you know that I have a tutorial over on Therm O Web's blog for a trio of Valentine's Day cards created with Deco Foil (and don't tell anyone but I'm giving you a sneak peek of two NEW Deco Foil colours, Bronze and Rose Quartz, that will be available soon!).

The Sweetheart card was die cut with Tim Holtz's Postage Stamp die with a few heart shaped Mover & Shapers die cuts both front and back.  Deco Foil Arrows Clear Designer Toner Sheet was foiled with the new Bronze Deco Foil Transfer Sheets and added behind the front die cut hearts;

and then Pink Melon Deco Foil was added behind the die cut hearts on the inside of the card.  The 'sweet heart' sentiment is from an old Fiskars 'Love' Simple Stick stamp set and Platinum Stickles Glitter glue was outlined around the hearts.

The Love Is All You Need card was created by stenciling with Deco Foil Transfer Gel through Southern Ridge Trading Company's Heart stencil and then foiling the hearts with Rose Quartz Deco Foil and inking with Distress Inks.  Strips were cut and used to frame a Rebekah Meier Designs 'Heart' stamp from Impression Obsession.

The sentiment is from the same Fiskars 'Love' stamp set and I foiled it around the edges with more Rose Quartz Deco Foil and the Deco Foil Adhesive Pen.

The Love You To The Moon card was created with the negative images left on the Bronze Deco Foil after I had foiled the Arrows Clear Designer Toner Sheet for the first card.  I adhered the Bronze Deco Foil to some Deco Foil Foam Sheet, added Perfect Red Perfect Pearls powder to cover the exposed adhesive where the arrow images were and cut out a heart shape.

A kraft card blank was stamped with Tim Holtz's Ledger Script stamp and the sentiment was stamped with his Life Quotes stamp.  I tied the sentiment onto one of his Arrows Adornments and then added a few iridescent confetti hearts.

Hope you can pop by Therm O Web's blog for the how to's and be sure to watch for all the new products that are going to be released over the next few weeks, I can personally testify that they are awesome!

Thanks as always for stopping by today and happy creating,

Deb xo

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