Hello friends! When I'm creating any sort of project, I hate to let my scraps go to waste. Recently, I shared on the Therm O Web blog how to use their Transfer Gel and Deco Foil scraps to create a set of cards. Today, I wanted to share 2 more cards I made using this same technique and the scraps I made to do the step by step tutorial over on their blog.
When I was playing around with the idea and creating the first set of cards, I didn't take any photos of what I was doing. After I decided this project was going to work, I had to recreate the technique in order to take some photos and share the tutorial. I then ended up with another set of backgrounds. And, since I really don't like to waste things, I decided to create 2 more cards and share them with you here today.
The first set have a more feminine style to them, so I choose to give these a bit more masculine feel. I also had a certain someone in mind as I was creating them and they will be headed out in the mail to them this week.
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For these cards, I used the MFT Stamps Count The Stars stamp set and Stars and Wishes die set. To die cut the stars I used MFT Stamps Die-Namics Stitched Star Stax. I die cut the large word from Fun Foam. I love how this gives the sentiment a bit more dimension without too much bulk. This is especially nice if you want to send your cards in the mail!
For all the details on how to get this look and how to use your Deco Foil scraps to the max, head on over to the Therm O Web blog.
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