Friday, August 4, 2017

How To Make Amazing ATC's That Glow With Really Beautiful Paper

Charity here with a pair of amazing ATC's that glow made from beautiful foiled paper. I love the added shimmer of the foiled product. It makes cards more noticeable and lends this project a bit of luxury!
  Making the Fish ATC was fairly simple. First I punched the center then the opposite corners with detailed designs. I stamped and embossed fish then lined the card with red foiled paper.
I used the amazing glue from ScraPerfect to hold the slippery foiled paper onto the cardstock. The No-Clog Writing Cap helped me place very thin lines and dots of the Best Glue Ever exactly where I wanted them.

 The Ocean Waves ATC took several applications of product. First I painted stripes of watercolors onto the card. Over that I stamped and then embossed layers of waves. The final step was a frame, die cut from silver foiled paper.

This pair of ATC's shows how simple it is to add a bit of glow to a project using Rinea Foiled Paper and a glue that can hold anything together!

Stop by my blog Scrappin' Chaos for a list of supplies.

Scrap On!

~charity~

4 comments:

Katie Lamb said...

These are beautiful

Michelle Wells said...

Love your use of the transfer foil, gorgeous results!

Shelly K. Hein-Simmons said...

Love your idea for using the foil - your ATC's are fab!

Kim Lippincott said...

Great ATC's!