Make the Most Out of Your Foils with ThermOweb and Gina K Designs!

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When the lovely folks at Thermoweb sent along their latest release I couldn't wait to get started playing but I wanted to be able to show off something different in my video than I have in the past with foiling. I have lots of videos on foiling so I knew it was going to be a challenge. Still, I managed to come up with a few ways to spice up those foils!


I've shown before how you can use the foil leftovers after peeling as backgrounds but I don't believe I've ever used them on coloured cardstock before since I don't use coloured cardstock too often.


You can ink blend the backgrounds as well and they don't necessarily have to be the same colour (although you can have them the same since Gina K is all about coordinating your cardstock, inks and envelopes)!


You can mix previous products with the new ones as well. I added several butterfly embellishments. Sometimes I used the same colour, sometimes I stamped and foiled in different colours.


Have a monochrome card or add a pop of colour for some excitement! Turquoise Sea is seriously my favourite colour from Gina in foils, inks, cardstock and envelopes :)


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11 comments

  1. Hi Justine! I have only found you blog recently but love all your inspiration!! Keep up the great work and I look forward to more videos.

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  2. Love the stripes best. Thanks for the great inspiration

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  3. Gorgeous cards Justine!! You make it look so easy!!

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  4. I have never used foils, but would LOVE to try them out. They look especially wonderful on your butterfly wings!!

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  5. The new foils are just lovely. And the matching died.....wow!

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  6. Absolutely beyond gorgeous! I really enjoy your videos and the variety of techniques you use. The use of the negative spaces to make a whole new card may be my most favorite tip.

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  7. I LOVE Gina K! In fact, I can lay the blame for my addiction to papercrafting squarely on Gina K. After my twin sister passed away in a plane crash eight years ago, I couldn't sleep at night and started following some paper crafters on YouTube. One of them (I can't even remember who it was), mentioned Gina K's card kits and I was HOOKED! I watched all of her past videos and learned tons of techniques and started buying supplies, I haven't stopped since. Through her I found you. I love your cards and your clean and simple, non fussy style, not to mention I greatly admire school teachers and their dedication to children. Bless you!

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    1. Thanks for sharing your story, Leuri :) Creativity is healing and you'd be surprised how many people discovered cardmaking or paper crafting during their darkest times.

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  8. I am hooked on the foiling technique! Love the way it adds elegance to your cards.

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  9. Ooooh, all that sparkle and shine - I just love it. I really like that you can use the foil sheet after using it for foiling, no waste. Thanks for all your suggestions.

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