Beyond Paper

Thursday, May 9, 2013

 
 
 
I mounted my tin foil onto a piece of cardstock with  gel medium before sending it through my cuttlebug. This gave it a little more rigidity and made it easier to work with.  I decided to deboss rather then emboss so that I could color in the impression with copics.
 
 
 
I tried all of my embossing folders and they all looked cool!
I'm sure I'll be using these pieces on other projects.
 

 
Thanks for stopping by!
 


Cardstock: PTI Raspberry Fizz, Harvest Gold, Vellum
Stamps: PTI Beautiful Butterflies
Ink: Versafine Onyx
Dies: PTI Beautiful Butterflies
Other: Heavy Duty Tin Foil, Copics, Clear Embossing Powder, Cuttlebug Embossing Folder

14 comments :

  1. Oh, wow, this looks fabulous, Kara! How I wish we lived closer to each other-- I would love to get together and stamp with you! You always have such wonderful ideas!

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  2. How cool!!
    Just regular Reynold's?
    OMGosh...I would have never thought of it...
    and it looks so fabulous!
    Love it!! :)

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  3. Oh my goodness this is beautiful. I love how you colored with the Copics.

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  4. This is VERY cool! Love how it turned out!

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  5. Absolutely gorgeous! Coloring the debossed side is pure genius! And I bet the shine is amazing in person. :) Thanks for playing along in our "Things With Wings" challenge over at the Simon Says Stamp challenge blog! xo

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  6. Love this result! Deboss and color, brilliant!

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  7. Really beautiful Kara! When I think of all the things we use Reynolds wrap for, card design certainly wasn't on that list! You do fabulous work!

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  8. This is such a fun card, love that you colored in the tin foil!

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  9. What an incredible card. Those flowers look wonderful--I never thought of coloring the foil, but that gives such a great effect.

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  10. Beautiful!!! Great idea coloring the foil!

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  11. Gorgeous! Good to know about the card stock and foil together. It turned out beautifully.

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