Hello and welcome, it’s Gaylynn. Here is a way to do winter card foiling with ink blending. The colors used are striking and shimmery.
Two similar cards were made using the same foil and ink techniques. One is a bit lighter in color than the other.
Sentiment: Warm wishes.
These are helpful tips for winter card foiling with ink blending. To begin, prepare a card front by die-cutting and stamping using embossing ink. Then, add embossing powder and heat set the stamping. Next, add a sheet of foil over the embossed panel, sandwich it between a carrier sheet and then run it through a heated laminator. Then, carefully remove the foil sheet. Next, add ink blending in two colors over the snowflakes or around your particular stamped panel. Then, stamp and cut the top sentiment separately. Finally, layer it all onto the card base using flat and foam tape, to finish.
See how these cards were created.
Here are two versions of the cards made.
And here is another version using a darker shade of ink blending.
Additional supplies that I used for this project are noted in my affiliate links below:
Therm-O-Web deco foil pink melon
Ink blending brushes
Distress Ink Pads in worn lipstick & tumbled glass
Distress Paint in picket fence
Nonstick craft sheet
Flat double-sided tape ATG
Embossing ink pad
Black ink pad
Neenah 110 lb cover solar white card stock
Neenah 80 lb solar white card stock
Desk craft & cutting mat
New Misti stamping tool
Metal adapter plate
Stamp & die storage that I use:
Magnetic sheets die storage
Clear pockets stamp & die storage
Clear Bags card storage
Thanks for visiting and have a lovely day.