Hi all, Linda here today. Recently I purchased the Spellbinders Whirl-About die and knew that it would be a perfect match to use with Rinea foil. I love the intricate designs in this die set and using it with the two sided foil would be beautiful.
This card may look complicated but it really isn't when you have one of these dies. Could you imagine having to cut each of those shapes with a craft knife? They used to do that years ago before die cutting machines came out. I even have a stencil to help with this process that I got years ago - I'm talking like 20 years ago. LOL
Cut gold/purple Rinea Foil to just under 4.25 in. x 5.5 in. This will then leave a small white boarder when you place it on your card if you cut it just a little shy of the measurements. Die cut largest set of dies out of gold / purple Rinea Foil in the upper area of the paper with the Purple side up.
Fold over the the tabs and tuck under the points.
Take the negative left from the die cut and emboss with Flower Vine embossing folder with the gold side up. Adhere to white A2 greeting card with Thermoweb Memory Tape Runner XL.
Adhere Die cut in the center of negative with the Purple side up using Thermoweb Memory Tape Runner XL.
On a scrap of white cardstock stamp Happy Anniversary from Sharon's Script set in Brutus Monroe Detail ink - Raven. Cut the ends into pennant shape. With an awl or small hole punch make two holes at each end. Place a round min gold brad in each hole. Add White Adhesive Foam Squares to the back and apply to the bottom of the card.
Finally add a Gold Glitter Round Bling Gemstone Sticker to the center of the die cut shape. Enjoy your beautiful card.
Here is a video of how to make this card.
When this card is finished you will be proud of your creation as it is so beautiful.
Supplies used for the project:
Glossy Violet and Gold Rinea foil
Spellbinders Shapeabilities Whirl About die set
Brutus Monroe Stamp set Sharon's Script
Brutus Monroe Detail Ink-Raven
Sizzix Textured Impressions Embossing Folders 2PK - Flower Vine & Twizzle Set by Dena Designs
Gold Glitter Round Bling Gemstone Stickers
Round Mini Gold Brads
Thermoweb Memory Tape Runner XL, 5/16-Inch-by-600-Inch
White Adhesive Foam Squares
Zig Two Way glue Pen
White card A2
Scrap of white cardstock
Vagabond Machine Inspired by Tim Holtz or other like die cutting machine
Thanks for stopping by the blog today
We have a guest designer with us today , Kymona. I met her at the AFCI convention and I knew she had to play with the Rinea foil to see what she could create with it, and she did an amazing job!! Here is a little bio and her beautiful picture!
Hello, I'm Kymona Tracey. Who am I, you ask? I am a women who never slows down and loves it. Yes...I am the energizer bunny's sister! I just keep going and going. I was introduced to paper-crafting back in 1998 when my son was born. I started out as a hobbyist, but my passion pushed me into teaching paper-crafting classes at work and to those that wanted to learn.I love card-making, scrapbooking, DIY projects or better yet anything that has to do with paper.
Hello everyone!! Kymona from Kreative Kymona here for the first time as a guest designer!! I'm super excited to be here! I'm going to show you three clean and simple ways to use foil paper!
Lets get started!
Take a look at card number one:
Using Foil Paper as the Focal Point!
Using Rinea foil paper as the focal point creates a clean and simple card!
To create this card:
Take a look at card number two:
Using Rinea Foil Paper to Balance Out the Card Design!
To create this card:
Take a look at project number three:
Using Rinea Foil Paper for the entire Project!
Using Riena foil paper as the project, takes Rinea foil paper to the next level!
To create these baskets:
I love how the foil looks. So pretty and different then regular cardstock. Rinea Foil paper folds and rips just like paper but it is much prettier. Its a bit lighter then cardstock but heavy enough to create these baskets and hold these eggs without fear of ripping.
Easy and requires a bit more assembling but it's worth it.
So what do think? Will you give Riena Foil paper a try? I think you should. The possibilities are endless. Please let me know what you think. I would love to hear from you.
Thank you so much for stopping by!
Kymona Tracey specializes in paper crafting, knitting, and I'm slowing learning how to scrapbook using pocket pages which you will find on my blog Kreative Kymona. My style is clean and simple and I do all of my crafting at midnight. That's when my creative seems to spark.
Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today with a Valentine's Day project using Rinea Foils. Valentine's Day is only a few days away and this card and matching gift bag make a wonderful statement for someone special.
I have this amazing Spellbinders die that is perfect for Valentine's Day creations. Once I die cut Glossy Red/Gold Foil, I had this lovely die cut image. As I looked at the image, I realized I wanted to fill in all the details with another foil so I used Embossed Silver Foil and die cut the image again. Then I rebuilt the design with both colors.
Next, I used an assortment of stamps from Joy Clair to create my backgrounds.
I die cut the heart into a circular shape and inked the edges before matting with a larger red cardstock circle. This was then added to a large doily that formed the backdrop of my projects.
Repeating this process I created a coordinating card.
For added dimension, I placed assorted dew drops around the hearts.
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!!
Erin here with some fun and easy cards to give to friends and family for the Thanksgiving season using Rinea foils and a simple leaf die.
The plain copper and gild foils were used with a simple leaf die to help convey the feel of autumn. Top it off with a sweet little clip with a clay owl and turkey and you are all set!! Here is a video on how to make these cards!
Rinea® paper-foil is an amazing product that acts like a paper, but has the flexibility and durability of a foil without cutting, wrinkling, and flaking, plus it keeps it shape! Here Julie McGuffee creates 2 wonderful birthday cards using the foils.
Julia cut the colored foils into little pennant shapes and added a decorative edge to the bottom, folding over the top to add to the banner. She also punched out little flowers from the silver foil to place in the middle. So cute!
The colored foils come in red, green, blue, pink, and purple all with a gold back. The metallic line comes in gold, silver both with a gold back plus pure copper, matte gold, and silver.
This sweet birthday card is perfect for anyone birthday. Julie punched out the embossed foils in various colors with a circle punch. The foil paper is perfectly safe with your punches and it is a paper base!! She even die cut out the title "Happy Birthday" with the gold foil.
The embossed foil line has the colors in red, green, blue, hot pink, purple, gold, pastel pink, pastel blue, copper, and silver. Perfect for that little bit of extra sparkle on your projects!!
Diane Agarwal - The passioneer behind bringing Rinea Foil, the unique crafting product from Germany, to you!