Rose Gold foil card by Ola

Hello,

This is my inspirational card for this month Facebook Fan page Challenge by @wowembossing .

This month theme is Foils. Don’t forget to visit @wowembossing and enter for the chance to win $15/£15 gift voucher!!! Don’t miss out.

For this month Fan page challenge as well as my monthly blog post I have created cards with WOW embossing foils.

During the video tutorial I will show you how to create your own pearlescent card if you don’t have any.

You can die cut a scalloped edge rectangular piece and heat emboss it using Wows new range of embossing powders called Glintz.

In my case I have used Rose Gold Glintz Embossing powder and the result is stunning.

For step number two I have used a floral stamp and stamped it across my card.

Next I have used a Wow bonding powder and set heated in the same way as any regular embossing powder, but making sure that I have applied foil while the bonding powder is still warm.

Remember to leave it till it is completely cool down before peeling the foil off and of we go!

Finally, I am going to assemble my card. For this particular card I have decided to replace the card blank with vellum blank (card blank made out of vellum). I have also pre die cut three scalloped edge  rectangular pieces to mount inside. I also did this to the back of the vellum to cover all the imperfections and make a space for your inside message.

And here we have Vellum card with Rose Gold foil flowers.

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To see video tutorial please click link below:

Hope you like it !  Have a great day and don’t forget to comeback for more inspiration from our awesome design team.

With Love from Ola xx

Happy Crafting!

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