Flowers, flowers, flowers! Our designers have been in the mood for spring and have been creating lots of foiled paper flowers. Because our foiled paper has paper sandwiched in between two pieces of foil you can create gorgeous paper flowers just like you would with paper, but because of the foil, it will stay any way you fold or bend it. Making it super easy to make flowers with!
For more information on how our designers created their flowers shown below, click on their name and it will take you to their blog post.
Karen Sessions created this pretty flower embellishment by stamping on our glossy blush foiled paper.
Pretty hyacinth flowers by Erin Reed. These are a lot easier to make then you would think!
Lots of pretty spring flowers by Betz Golden. These flowers really show off the vibrant colors of our foiled paper.
The ruby glossy foiled paper is absolutely stunning against the black in this shadowbox by Sonja Bakonyi.
Lovely three dimensional flower using our glossy gold foiled paper by Steph Ackerman.
Who said paper dolls are just for kids? Linda Israel used our ruby foiled paper to create two flowers for her cute paper doll.
A gorgeous ball of flowers by Sonja Bakonyi.
These large roses by Erin Reed would make great wedding decorations or to decorate a mantel with.
The Rinea designers and the Designer Crafts Connection designers have teamed up to provide a blog hop with a ton of inspiration using our foiled paper.
Below are some samples of what our Rinea designers created. Visit their blog links listed below to get more info on how they created them.
Visit the gorgeous projects the Rinea design team created below.
Make sure to visit the Designer Crafts Connection Blog to see the full list of participants and all their inspirations. Or you can follow the list below.
Ann Strecko Koeman
Susie Madden Bentz
Maria Chuy Soto
Michelle Frae Cummings
We have a winner from the "name that foil" challenge to help us find a name that helps explain the foil paper. We had many amazing entries across all our social media including some fun names such as
Just to name a few, and thank you to all our entries who participated and helped us decide the name. It came down to what name would help people understand the paper a bit more and when we heard this entry we knew we had a winner.
Double Sided Foiled Paper
The entry was given at our most recent conference The Scrapbook Expo by Connie (we have your info and will be sending out your prize). So congrats Connie, on a wonderful name!
Design Team Call
Deadline for Submission April 24, 2017
Rinea® by Global Crafting is having a new design team call for 6-8 designers to showcase our amazing products, including the Rinea® foil papers. We need designers who are able to craft in many areas including cards, home décor, mixed media, scrapbook pages, and more! We are looking for well rounded designers who can write blog posts, create tutorials, take quality pictures and possibly do videos.
Perks of being a Rinea® Design Team Member
We look forward to receiving your application. International designers are welcome as are designers of other teams. We will announce the team on April 30th, and email selected designers. If you have any questions please ask in the comments below.
Rinea is having a “Name that foil” contest to give a name for our amazing foil.
It is a specialty crafting material imported from Germany, the foil is made up of paper lined with colorful aluminum foil on both sides. It works like paper and foil at the same time and can be used with any paper crafting tools.
1) Leave a comment on any social media including this blog post, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, or Pintrest with your idea for a name for the foil.
2) Deadline to enter is April 2, 2017 midnight CST
3) Winner announce on Rinea website Blog on April 7th, 2017
Open to EVERYONE worldwide!!
1 Winner will be selected based on names given and a blog post will announce winner on April 7th.
Prize is 20 sheets of random color and texture of the foil paper.
Diane Agarwal - The passioneer behind bringing Rinea Foil, the unique crafting product from Germany, to you!