Monica is on the blog to with some amazing mixed media tags using Rinea foil to really set them apart. Adding that little touch of foil to each tag just made them even more special.
Thank you for joining me for another Rinea design team project. For my project I decided to make two mixed media tags.
he tags measure at 8 1/2 inches in height and 4 1/2 inches in width. I used the Riena foil in the Textured Star Struck Copper and Gold foil paper to add behind my flowers. Here is the Copper Star Struck tag.
As always these foil papers give each tag that pop of color and interest. I enjoyed working with these beautiful paper. Here is the Gold Star Struck Tag
I hope to see you at my next project!
- Bernstine Creations
Hello, crafty friends! Nadine here today sharing how I using the Blush Rinea Foil behind some butterfly chipboard pieces on a mixed media scrapbook layout. This is a super easy technique, that creates such a cool effect.
Below I put together a video showing how I created the butterflies.
Here are some close up photos of my finished layout. To watch the process video on how I created the layout click HERE.
Linda is on the blog today bring some winter snowflakes to those that do not have snow. We just love the colors of silver and blue together and the Rinea foil just make them sparkle even more!
We are in full swing of winter here in Oklahoma. For many in the country it means lots of snow. In Oklahoma we get cold temperatures and occasional freezing rain and if we are lucky snow. Today I decided that I was Bringing Snowflakes Inside.
Since we don’t get much snow I decided that my project would be a little mini canvas filled with Rinea foil snowflakes.
Using embossed blue, light blue and silver Rinea foil, die cut with Spellbinders snowflakes. It is best to die cut one layer of paper at a time. If you try to die cut multiple layers at once the papers will stick together and you will spend a lot of time trying to separate them, trust me I know. There was an unknown brand snowflake punch in my stash used as well.
The mini canvas is 3 by 3 inches in size and came painted black. Unsure how much of the canvas background would show I decided to stamp a few Brutus Monroe Snowflakes from Oh Deer and Holiday Sentiments in Alabaster Pigment Ink. Then went around the edges of the canvas with the same ink pad.
Sprayed True Turquoise and Sapphire Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist over the canvas and used heat tool to dry. The canvas was still sticky from the Pigment ink so I used fine glitter all over the sticky spots.
The die cut and punched snowflakes were adhered to the canvas using Adhesive Tech glue. Self adhesive rhinestones were placed in the centers of the snowflakes. But when looking at the mini canvas I decided it needed more Glitter! Using a small flat paint brush I applied glue in a few areas and then sprinkled glitter.
Video of the whole process.
This mini canvas was then placed on a small easel to be admired. Bringing Snowflakes Inside this winter is much more fun when you don’t have to go outside and brave the cold. Instead you can enjoy the comforts of your home and play with Rinea foil and make snowflakes. That is so much more fun!
3 by 3 inch Mini Canvas
Brutus Monroe: Snowflakes from Oh Deer and Holiday Sentiments and Alabaster Pigment Ink
Tim Holtz Vagabond
Snowflake Paper Punch
Glitter Martha Stewart
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist: True Turquoise and Sapphire
Adhesive Tech glue
Flat Paint Brush
Self adhesive Rhinestones
Mini books or junk journals are a fun way to play with your crafty supplies and try out new things. Here Erin Reed does this with a theme of Halloween using a variety of crafty supplies including Rinea foils!!
Here is a video tutorial on how she made this fun book. She split up her book video into 2 parts - part is all about how she constructed the book and part 2 is all about adding in all the pretty elements.
Here is part 2 using the plain bronze Rinea foils as back ground papers to her book pages.
Here is the close up pictures of the pages using the Rinea foils.
The beauty of these foil papers is that they act like regular paper, just really metallic. So using them in your papers crafts is really easy!!
Book Covers - 7 Gypsies
Folders/Ephemera - 7 Gypsies
Flute - Canvas Corp
Canvas - Canvas Corp
Burlap - Canvas Corp
Papers - Canvas Corp
Rope - Canvas Corp
Ivory Folder - Canvas Corp
Black Bag - Canvas Corp
Envelope - Canvas Corp
Mini Clothespin - Canvas Corp
Mists & Paints - Tattered Angels
Foil Paper - Rinea
Enamel Dots - Eyelet Outlet
Brads - Eyelet Outlet
Gems/Pearls - Eyelet Outlet
Stamps & Ink - Brutus Monroe
Glue - Beacon Adhesives
Diane Agarwal - The passioneer behind bringing Rinea Foil, the unique crafting product from Germany, to you!