One foil sheet, four cards

Well hello, long time no see! But I am alive and well, so I thought I’d pop by and share what I’ve been creating lately. I have been loving hot foil stamping and watercoloring, and I recently made these four cards from one single piece of foil.

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I love how they turned out! They all use the Heart Grid hot foil plate from Pinkfresh Studio {, A Cherry on Top, or}, Aura foil from Spellbinders {}, and the Spellbinders Glimmer Hot Foil Plate – Mini Everyday Sentiments { or}. To use up the negative foil, I used the solid hot foil plate from Pinkfresh {, A Cherry on Top, or}, which is a total game changer. I have the Glimmer Hot Foil System by Spellbinders { or} and it works great.

The first two cards were made by foiling the Heart Grid and then die cutting a heart out.

For this first card, which is for my Dad’s birthday, I used the Happy Day! stamp { or} and die { or} from Colorado Craft Company, which I colored with Daniel Smith watercolors.

The second card uses the Birdbath stamp { or} and die { or} from Colorado Craft Company. I colored the scene using Daniel Smith watercolors.

The other two cards were made by salvaging the negative foil and foiling it with the solid plate. The floral bits were cut out from the Floral Harmony die by Pinkfresh Studio.

What techniques have you been enjoying lately? I have been meaning to pull out my alcohol markers next, since I’ve been watercoloring almost exclusively for too long. 🙂