Alpna is on the blog today with a fun statement necklace using Rinea foil in Copper. She folds the paper to make it shine and shimmer into an amazing piece that is sure to amazing anyone!
Hello Friends!!! Alpna here showing an easy way to make your style statement. Everybody loves to look attractive and to wear a statement style piece and if it is handmade then that is the cherry on the cake.
So without any delay I am going to share this heart pendant made from Copper Rinea Foil. Here is the tutorial.
Rinea Foil - Glossy Copper
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Alpna here and today I'm going to share an interesting idea to make your banners with Rinea Foils. These foils are so versatile that you can die cut in cutting machines like Big Shot, Cricut, etc. You can easily punch these foils and every time you get a crisp and sharp punch. The possibilities are endless.
I decided to cut the letters in Cricut Exlore so I opened my software and write "BUY HANDMADE" and kept the font Arial Black as I wanted my letters bold. Then I took silver embossed Rinea foil and stuck to a very less sticky mat. I adjusted my cutting pressure on paper which gave me the perfect cut.
For the banner backing I took red card stock and spellbinders dies and ran through my Big Shot. Now my backing and letters are ready. I stuck the letters on square backing and stuck blue ribbon too.
Now to give the banner that little bit of extra sparkle I took blue embossed Rinea foil and snowflake punch. I punched several snowflakes and glued two flakes one on another to give a flower look and finally glued the middle stone to add the beauty.
I glued the little flowers to the banner and now it is ready to hang in my studio.
Here is the complete list of supplies:
Silver Embossed Rinea Foil
Blue Embossed Rinea Foil
Cricut Explore Air Machine
Big Shot Machine
Glue, Scissors, Crafting Mat
Alpna has create a beautiful bow showing how amazing the paper is to use with 3D projects. It holds its shape and create such an amazing little bow on the top of any present!! Perfect for a gift for a special birthday, anniversary, or just because you want that person to know how you feel.
Happy New Year!!! Alpna here showing an easy way to to make your gift wrapping beautiful. We all need to wrap a gift for our dear ones and always feel that it should be attractive. Here is a simple way to make a bow using Rinea foils to add charm to your gift.
I love the Red embossed sheet to make this bow and I love it's sheen.
Here is a video tutorial on how to make this stunning bow.
Now the next time you need to make a present that little bit extra special, create a custom bow!! Just think of all the possibilities of color combinations you can make, and using 2-3 colors in one bow!! Awesome!
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Our design team had been very busy creating all kinds of Christmas inspired projects using the various Rinea foils.
Here we start with some cute little decorated jars with the Rinea foil in embossed red cut into a flower on top of the lid made by Erin Reed. For more info see her blog here.
Here is a video tutorial on how she made these fun jars.
Next we have Sonja Bakonyi on her amazing Christmas card with all kinds of beautifully cut shapes from Rinea foil. Check out her blog for more info about this card.
Next we have Karen Sessions. Here is my first project featuring Rinea double sided metallic foil. I recycled some clear packaging and covered it using Rinea red/gold foil. I embellished the lid with a rosette of glitter washi tape and ribbon. These little boxes are perfect to hold holiday candies to be given to the endless list of people that touch your life like neighbors, secretaries, mail man, doctors, teachers etc.
To learn more about our designer Karen, please visit her blog, Art & Soul.
Next we have Alpna Kale and her decorated candle using the red foil and a die to cut out a beautiful doily, she even used the extra cut out star pieces and glue them to the candle!
For more info check out her blog.
Now we have Steph Ackerman and a fun Christmas Canavs complete with a cut Reindeer and Sleigh from red and gold Rinea foil. For more info see her blog.
Next we have a couple of videos from Linda Israel filled with lots of fun ideas. One to decorate and make a fancy reindeer and the other to make a paper Christmas tree with green embossed Rinea foil.
We next have Nadine Carlier with a fun Christmas Canvas fill with lots of fun mists and texture, and to make those reindeer just shine she used Rinea foil in plain copper. Check out more on her blog here - http://myscrapnstuff.blogspot.com/2016/12/christmas-canvas.html
Now we Monica with a cute little Holiday Cookie box using rinea foil!!
Now that you have some amazing inspiration from our team to is time to make some projects of your own!!
Diane Agarwal - The passioneer behind bringing Rinea Foil, the unique crafting product from Germany, to you!