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.
Hello, everyone! Nadine here today with a rosy Valentine project. Have you ever saw something in a store that you thought was really cute but then looked at the price tag and thought you could it make it for less than that? Well, that is exactly how I came up with this Valentine's project.
To create the roses I used Rinea's Crafter's Roll in Embossed Hot Pink.
Want to see how I created these roses and project?
Watch my tutorial video below....
Happy New Year! Nadine here today sharing how I created some really easy page corner bookmarks. When it gets cold outside I love to curl up on my couch with a blanket and a good book. I don't like to dog ear my pages to save my place so I made these corner bookmarks. I love how they came out using the Light Blue Embossed Paper-Foil.
Wondering how I created these bookmarks?
Watch my tutorial video below....
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!!
Hello! Nadine here with my first project for Rinea. I have been thinking about making a paper Christmas tree for awhile now but just haven’t found the perfect paper for it till now. The double-sided Glossy Plain Rinea paper-foil in Green/Gold was exactly what I was looking for to make my tree.
To create the tree I used the cardboard tube from some wrapping paper and rolled the foil papers into cones. Watch my video below to see how I did it.
For the tree top, I used a custom handcrafted star that was sent to me along with my design team supplies.
Here is a close up of the green/gold foil paper. Love this color combo!
Diane Agarwal - The passioneer behind bringing Rinea Foil, the unique crafting product from Germany, to you!