Saturday, December 2, 2017

How to apply foil to a Christmas Junk Journal the fast and easy way

Hello friends. Linda here to share How to apply foil to a Christmas Junk Journal the fast and easy way. Using ScraPerfect's Best Glue Ever, Transfer Foil and Best Cleaner Ever I share how I used it on a Christmas Junk Journal I made for my Secret Santa Swap.

How to apply foil to a Christmas Junk Journal the fast and easy way


Making this journal a little more special by adding transfer foil was so easy. Once you get started you won't be able to stop. LOL



How to apply foil to a Christmas Junk Journal the fast and easy way

 
Apply The Best Glue Ever with a foam brush to a stamp. Press the stamp to the desired area. While the stamped image is drying clean the stamp with The Best Cleaner Ever.

How to apply foil to a Christmas Junk Journal the fast and easy way


When the glue is tacky to the touch, apply foil over the image. Rub with fingers on the transfer foil. Lift the transfer foil and see the results. If some of the image didn't get enough foil, apply the foil again. That is the beauty of foil you can reapply.
How to apply foil to a Christmas Junk Journal the fast and easy way

How to apply foil to a Christmas Junk Journal the fast and easy way


Here is a video showing How to apply foil to a Christmas Junk Journal the fast and easy way.


Now that you know How to apply foil to a Christmas Junk Journal the fast and easy way what will you create? I'm addicted to adding foil to projects now.

How to apply foil to a Christmas Junk Journal the fast and easy way

How to apply foil to a Christmas Junk Journal the fast and easy way


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2 comments:

Michelle Wells said...

Beautiful. Great tutorail!

Linda Israel said...

Thank you so very much, Michelle. :) I just love the vintage look this process gave to the Junk Journal. Thank you for looking.