Spellbinders Hot Foil + Stamp & Die of the Month Clubs

Sunday, April 23, 2023

Since joining the Clear Stamp of the Month Influencer Team with Spellbinders, I have rejoined the Hot Foil Glimmer Kit of the Month! I am on the fence about the die kits, but we'll see how the next few months go... I  might end up wanting the whole darn think! So while I will get to make projects a head of time to share with you the stamp and dies, I'll share an idea of matching them with the Glimmer Kit a little later since I have to wait for my kit, too.

I started with hot foiling the beautiful leaves with the Blush Foil that came with my kit two times onto white paper measured at 4 x 5-1/4". Using Seedless Preserves and Villainous Potion Distress Oxides, I ink blended onto my background. I lightly rubbed off the ink on the hot foil with a cloth and then sprinkled white metallic watercolor paint. On some scrap white paper, I hot foiled more leaves and used the coordinating dies to cut them out. I also took the negative piece of hot foil from my background and hot foiled onto white paper using my Solid Rectangle Plate, too! Using the dies, I cut them out as well and now I have a mix of what looks like Blush Foil leaves on white as well as white leaves on Blush Foil!

Before turning off my Glimmer Hot Foil Machine, I foiled a sentiment from the kit onto Dahlia Cardstock and used the die from the Clear Stamp + Die Kit of the Month to cut it out. I also stamped the smallest flower that has it's own die from the kit and embossed it in rose gold powder. I used the Distress Oxide inks to add in color to the flowers and a green alcohol marker to color in the leaves. After I cut it out with its coordinating die, I glued it down along with my die cut leaves around my sentiment strip.

Using foam adhesive, I adhered down my hot foiled sentiment and added some blush pearls. I glued this card front to a card base and then stamped a sentiment on the inside with a purple VersaFine Clair ink. I had a few extra pieces from stamping and die cutting, so I glued those inside as well. I hope you enjoyed this card and it inspires you to combine your kits from Spellbinders as well!


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