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Two Toned Foiling Technique: Foiling Video Collaboration 5 day Series with Justine Hovey

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

Welcome to Day 5 and the LAST DAY of the Five Days of Foiling video series with myself and the fabulous Justine Hovey!  Today’s video shares a fun technique I discovered by using left over foil bits or the negative space and toner paper. I call it two toned foiling. I also show how you can achieve a similar look with predesigned foil.  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 we certainly hope you have enjoyed it as we come to a close.  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?

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I adore being able to use leftover foil bits or the negative space to create my own custom foiling… Here I did the two toned technique with Rainbow Deco Foil, Purple Deco Foil and Toner Sheets. I stock up on the Toner Sheets because it gives me the ability to foil everything, lol! I use a lot of my die cuts with the Toner Sheets to create my own custom foiled images and sentiments.

DIY Two Toned Foiling / Toner Sheets, Purple Deco Foil, Rainbow Deco Foil

 

If putting forth the effort for two toning isn’t your thing, no problem. There are some watercolor foil designs that can give you a similar look (FIVE designs in total and linked below for you).

Emerald Watercolor Deco Foil

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

Series Summary (along with the embedded playlist of all 5 videos):

AND THAT’S A WRAP! THANKS FOR JOINING JUSTINE AND MYSELF FOR OUR FIVE DAYS OF FOILING SERIES!!

Goodies used:


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15 Comments

  1. Charlene says:

    Have not only enjoyed your videos,but have learned some new techniques that I plan to try. Thank you for sharing your talent and expertise with us. Your labor of love is much appreciated!

  2. Lindar C says:

    I did not realize you could do this, I thought once the toner was exposed to the heat of the lamenator it was done. Thanks so much for this video series!

  3. Tina Cuetara says:

    Amazing examples, lots of fun this week. Thanks for sharing. I really liked all the ideas.

  4. Annette Gordon says:

    WOW!! What an amazing series and just love all your creations and ideas. Thank you so so very much for the ideas and the time you took to put this series together! Just awesome!

  5. Loved all the tips! What die did you use on the background of the hugs card? Love it!

  6. terrie rodrigue says:

    What a fantastic week this has been the technique that you have shown are outstanding…so much info in these 5 days…..thank you for putting this series together….well done and tfs

  7. Thanks for a weeks worth of fun. Love the die cut hi. You have inspired me.

  8. Maggie B says:

    Thanks so much for a fantastic video series Laurel! I’ve learned several things from both you and Justine this week and have enjoyed every moment of your series. QUESTION: What is the tool that you were using to smooth over the foiled images just after they went through the laminator? Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful Easter weekend with your family. ~HUGS~
    #kindnessmatters

  9. Teresa Doyle says:

    Thank you Laurel and Justine for a fabulous week of foiling. I enjoyed all of the cards, tips & techniques and the both of you are just darling. It was a pleasure to follow along and learn. I also appreciate all of the time you both had to put in it to bring all of this together for us. Thanks again.

  10. Susan Smith says:

    Great series! I like your relaxed, transparent style of presentation, and you’ve convinced me I need to try fouling! Thanks so much for sharing!

  11. Dana M says:

    What a fun series! So many great tips and ideas for using foil. It’s official, I’m totally enabled 🙂

  12. Oh WOW!!!! Gorgeous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. Christine says:

    Great series. Thanks. Can you do some more? How do you foil with existing stamps? Is there an easier way than smearing out some gel and bouncing the stamp in it??

  14. Peggy M says:

    Thank you for a great week of foiling inspiration!

  15. Bobby Duehring says:

    This series was fantastic!! Thank you for sharing so many wonderful ideas!!

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