A card with gold foil

Today I am here with not only a blog post, but also my very first attempt at a video of my process. I wanted to make an Easter card for each of the families in our small congregation and so opted for gold foil and white. I think this is a very elegant look.


I have a laser printer and so I created the sentiment in Silhouette Studio and printed it out. I then foiled the sentiment with gold toner reactive foil (you can see that process in more detail in the video). In addition to the toner foiling, I also used gold foil cardstock. This shows that one can combine both on one project.


I cut the crosses and the sentiment matte out of the gold foil cardstock. These were then added to a cardpanel that was embossed with a Darice embossing folder.

You can see more information in my video



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Supplies Used
Crosses Two
Crosses Two
Circle Infinity Dies
Circle Infinity Dies
Platinum 6
Platinum 6
Gold Foil
Gold Foil
Bearly Art Glue
Bearly Art Glue
Scrappy Tape 1/8
Scrappy Tape 1/8
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4 comments

  1. A very thoughtful thing to do. Love the beautiful cross,foiling and embossed background
    Carol x

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  2. Very elegant and beautiful cards Monica, I'm sure the members loved them. Off to see the video!

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  3. Great technique, so interesting. The cards look lovely. :-)

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