Tuesday, May 4, 2021

2 Cards ~ Toner card front laminator foiling, stamping & die-cuts

 Today, I am sharing two cards.  These were made using Unity stamps and coordinating dies along with deco foil and toner card fronts.  We are also participating in an Instagram hop with Unity and Therm-o-Web.  Head over to @neatnook on Instagram to play along or to get lots of creative inspiration.

Sentiments:
Congrats.  This calls for a celebration!
Beautiful wishes.



Helpful tips:

Here are helpful tips for making these cards.  First, trim and score the card bases and the toner card front panels.  Next, stamp, watercolor and fussy cut the flowers and leaves for accents.  Also, trim a patterned paper accent piece for the beautiful card.  Preheat your laminator.  Next, stamp the two big words plus smaller sentiments onto cardstock.  Then, die-cut around the big words with the coordinating dies.  Also, die-cut the narrow outline word layers three or four times per word on white cardstock.  Then, adhere 3 or 4 narrow outline layers together for dimension.  Next, layer the white stacked outline words over the thicker stamped corresponding words for a wonky abstract look.  Then, foil the trimmed toner card fronts using a laminator and foil sheets.  Finally, layer everything onto the card front, to finish.
 
Here is another card version:




I made a video tutorial showing the process for this project.
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Also, cardstock, scissors, scoring board, Fiskars paper trimmer, Altenew watercolor, Ranger watercolor paper, My Favorite Things stitched scallop basic edges & stitched basic edges die-namics, premium dye ink in poppin' pink and jalapeno popper.

Remember that there is an Instagram hop going on.
Head over to @neatnook on Instagram to play along or to get lots of creative inspiration.

Thank you for visiting.  
Have a beautiful day.
Gaylynn


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