More foil….

     Posted by Norine on November 9, 2016

Sorry folks, I’ma put it right out there, it’s more foil this week.

I’m traveling and this is what I have to share.  I, like you, might be getting ready to move on to something other than foil, maybe, like a good old fashioned layout, but that will be my next post.  Not this one.

These are just some of the cards I posted on Instagram during the Winkler weekend crop, so you may have seen them, or you may not have.  They are all available in the store now as well as the cards themselves, will be posted for samples.

Here are the cards from one of the Christmas sets.  And some ideas of what you can do beyond the basic foiling of them.

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Here are some examples made with foiling on watercolor paper.  I think this is my favorite type of card to foil these days!

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And this last set is a Birthday Cards variety pack.

You don’t really want to try to watercolor on regular cardstock, (it will ripple and buckle the paper in a most unattractive way) but you can definitely color with pencil crayons or markers like I’ve done here.

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Thanks for stopping by again today!  I’d love to hear which type of designs you like best!

4 Comments so far

  1. Brooke November 9, 2016 10:02 am

    Theyre all gorgeous Norine! I’m in love with the music paper one. And the holy night one…is that blue background paper or watercolour?

  2. Norine November 9, 2016 11:07 am

    Thanks Brooke, the blue Holy Night card is masked on the bottom with Post-It paper and then sponged on top with 2-3 colors of Ranger Distress Inks.

  3. Kim November 12, 2016 10:01 am

    Wow great cards Norine, the foil sure does add to them.  Love the music paper and the O holy night one but even the card with all the little trees on them . . . .jeepers I don’t think I could pick a favourite !

  4. Lori January 1, 2017 2:05 pm

    Gorgeous cards … I personally have to get some of these done, and then I will be on the ball for next year.  They are so beautiful and elegant.

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