Hi, friends! Got a crafty friend in your life? Teri here, and I’m going to show you how to make a quick card that is sure to make your favorite stamping sister (or brother) smile!
Make Crafty Friend Card with Foil
Start by creating a standard card from a panel of white cardstock. Then, cut a long rectangle from an Adhesive Sheet 4×6 inch. Tear off the bottom of the rectangle and rub the adhesive to transfer it onto the card.
This fun technique would be appreciated by your crafty friend – trust me! LOL! First, take a piece of Metallic Transfer Foil (color side UP) and rub it directly onto the adhesive. When burnishing foil, I like to make a fist with my hand and rub the foil over and over again until it completely adheres to the card. Another way to burnish foil? Use bone folder rather than your hand!
Adding the Fun Stuff
Now that you’ve added foil to your card, you’re going to do some stamping! Stamp a couple stamps and hearts onto cardstock. Color them in with markers and then cut the images out with your scissors. Mount the images onto your card with Thin 3D Foam Squares. I love using these squares on cards because they give elements a little pop but not too much.
Take a strip of cardstock and stamp a sentiment onto it. Adhere it to the card as well with the Thin 3D Foam Squares. If the sentiment strip is longer than your card, snip off the ends with your scissors.
Complete the card by adding a few sequins to it. You’ll notice on my card that I tried to place sequins on some spots where I didn’t apply foil to the card. Sequins are a great way to hide any mistakes.
By the way, did you know the Micro Adhesive Dots work well for applying sequins to cards? They are the perfect size for these small embellishments.
Thanks for stopping by today. If you are inspired to make a card for your favorite crafty friend, I’d love to see it! Leave a link for me on this post so I can check it out.
Creative Time: 1 hour
Skill Level: Beginner
Stamped Just For You stamp set from Hero Arts; Markers from Copic; Black ink pad from Tsukineko; White cardstock from Neenah Paper; Sequins from Cartwright’s Sequins