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Today’s tutorial was written by Ashley Newell and it shows you how to add transfer foil to your images. The tutorial goes hand in hand with today’s Product review. It is all about Stix2 adhesives. We were given Stix2 adhesive as well as some of their transfer foil, beads and glitter to try out their products. Fun, fun, fun!

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For my sample I inked the Donna Downey stamp first in Peeled Paint, then with a bit of Forest Moss, misted it with water and stamped it on Neenah Solar White. It was cut out with Label 1 Nestabilities and sponged with Wild Honey distress ink while the die was still on the paper. The grid is from Unity’s Capture Life stamp set. It was stamped over the image with Vintage Photo.

The card base is a 4 1/4″ x 8 1/2″ piece of Neenah Solar White cardstock folded in half. it was topped with Cosmo Cricket Early Bird paper that was cut in 3 15/16″ width. Where the two pieces overlap I stapled a strip of lace (Walmart) over it. To dress up the card I added a metal corner on the bottom right and a Recollection brad (Michaels) with a tiny piece of white taffeta ribbon on the top left. The butterfly was punched out with a Martha Stewart punch, Stix2 glitter was added and it was adhered to the card with dimensionals.

The sentiment is from Unity’s set Nothing but Blue Skies. It was stamped in the lower left hand corner in Jet Black Archival ink.

Here is a video for the visual learner:

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Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great day! Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

11 Responses to “Tutorial on SCS – Foiled Images”

  1. that looks fun! i haven’t tried that before!

  2. Another super card! I’m off to have a look at the tutorial!

  3. WOW – how easy you make it look to add some shine to our projects! Thanks for the video tutorial! LOVE your card creation too!

  4. Beate, I am loving the look of your cards lately. The have always been fantastic, but I love the deep rich tones you are using. Thanks for all your hard work and sharing your wonderful talent with us.

  5. beate thanks for all the great tutorials and your box yesterday was amazing. I have all the grunge stuff to get started — your work inspired me.
    xo
    tina

  6. Beautiful Card Lady! Thanks for sharing your technique

    Hugs

    Vicki

  7. Beautiful card Beate!! Looks like a fun product to use…would work perfectly for metal accents on an image! Hmmm!

  8. the small touches of foil is so pretty! Love your stamping and shading!

  9. You have always produced gorgeous work but you have definitely kicked it up a notch since coming back from Ranger U. Love the new look! This card is beautiful!! Cool technique!

  10. I was able to see this video on SCS, and I think it’s the coolest way to add a little glimmer to any project…fabulous!!!

  11. Absolutely amazing! I have GOT to go shopping for that stuff. You’re nothing short of genius!!! :o)

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