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Stamp-N-Foil Foiling Day 4: Foiling Video Collaboration 5 day Series with Justine Hovey

Please note I mispoke in my video! Parchment paper is the transfer folder, NOT WAX PAPER

Welcome to Day 4 of the Five Days of Foiling video series with myself and the fabulous Justine Hovey! For Day 1, click HERE!   Today’s video is all about Stamp-N-Foil. This new line gives you the ability to ink, foil and die cut all in one sitting.  We are using products from Thermoweb and Gina K.   All supplies we used are always linked at the end of our blogs posts AND over in our youtube video description. Here is a look at the projects from today’s video.

This series was a HUGE labor of love, so I hope you will watch all of our videos and leave inspired and ready to get your foiling on!  You can watch today’s video by clicking HERE. If you aren’t a subscriber, I’d love for you to take a moment and subscribe by clicking HERE. You might notice a little bell to the right of the subscription button. Please click on it and you will be notified of all of my new project videos as soon as they are uploaded. In fact, you will want to click that bell for all the youtubers you follow! 🙂 You surely don’t want to miss out, do you?

Here is what I mean by the “bell” –

Onward to the video! Again, you can watch the video by clicking HERE. Remember, if you aren’t a subscriber, you can be just by clicking HERE.

I love the versatility from the Stamp-N-Foil line because Gina gives you the option to stamp AND foil OR just stamp. She provides both versions of stamps in the sets… Here is the foiled version.

Foiled Version: Time To Celebrate Stamp-N-Foil, Bold Backdrop Foil Mates, Twinkling Pink Fancy Foil

And here is the non foiled version (excluding dotted background, which is foiled with this foil mate)

Stamped Version

HERE ARE THE LINKS TO JUSTINE’S VIDEO AND BLOG POST FOR DAY 4!

Series Summary (along with the embedded playlist of all 4 videos):

 

See you tomorrow for our FINAL day of the series… I’ve got a super fun technique to share with you all I accidentally discovered…..

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7 Comments

  1. terrie rodrigue says:

    Love this series and learning so much….the circle background really set you card sparkly…..tfs

  2. Wanda Radler says:

    I am so enjoying these foiled cards. I am a new fan of Gina K designs and her stamp and foil sets are amazing!

  3. Teresa Doyle says:

    As much as I love card making, I am beginning to realize you ladies are as much fun to follow as your amazing work! I love both, you and your work!
    These cards are awesome and you share such great ideas, thank you!

  4. Alma Dirpaul says:

    I love the look of foiling. I use the adhesive tape method since I don’t have a laminator. Thanks for the giveaway.

  5. Monica Donaldson says:

    Love the stamp and foil designs

  6. Tina Cuetara says:

    I really liked everything … But the dots background WOW!!! Thanks for sharing. And the correction about not was paper. These are great.

  7. Dana M says:

    Fantastic cards! It’s amazing how much the foiling adds to the cards, just stunning.

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