The design team has created some amazing home decor items using Rinea foil from foil hear chains, to a mini canvas, and a cute little rocket to name a few. Check them out!
We start off with this amazing foil rocket that Sonja made using the Gold Glossy foil. She used her electronic cutter and pieces this beauty together. Check out her blog HERE for more details.
Next is a video by Linda of her fun little mini canvas using Textured Star Struck Rinea Foil in Silver and Ruby to make some amazing rosettes!!!
Next is Steph with a fun little garden sign and a cute little butterfly on the vase cut out of Gold and Ruby Glossy Rinea foil. For more info please see her blog HERE.
Karen made these cute little foil chain hearts with Blush and Ruby Glossy Rinea foil. Such a great kids craft project for a party or just for fun!! Check out her blog HERE.
Next is Erin with some fun party rosettes. Perfect decor for graduation, kids birthday, and so much more!! These can be made in all sorts of different foil colors and textures. Also is a decorative letter "R" by Erin.
Here are some other fun ideas for home decor by Julie McGuffee and our designers.
Rinea foil can use be for so many projects including cards, tags, and ATCs. Here are a few fun projects by our designers.
Fun card by Nadine using various colors of Star Struck textured Rinea foils to make some cute little envelopes. Check out her blog HERE. Plus she has a video!!!
Cute Spring card by Steph using Gold and Ruby Glossy Rinea foil diecut to make the little birdhouses. For more info please see her blog HERE.
Beautiful card by Monica using Silver Glossy foil to diecut the amazing swirls. For more info please her blog HERE.
Cute card by Alpna cutting out various colors of the Star Struck Textured foil to make a cute lollypop! For more info please see her blog HERE.
Some beautiful cards using the Blush Glossy Foil Rinea Foil embossed to make a gorgeous background for the cards made by Karen. For more info see her blog HERE.
Here are some other amazing cards and ATC's made by our designers.
Betz Golden has joined our design team and here is her first project as a designer with our team!! She made this cute card with a pop out and the Rinea foil in Copper. Check it out!
There are so many fun and creative ways to make a card. This is a great technique to use on cards to make them extra special – pop outs!
The materials needed to make this card include:
Copper Rinea Foil Glossy Paper
Here is a step by step tutorial on how to make the card.
1) Trim the Rinea foil paper to .25 inches less than card on both sides. For example, if your card measures 4 inches by 5.5 inches, you would trim it to 3.75 by 5.25 inches.
2) Emboss the Rinea foil paper
3) Using a fast drying ink lightly run ink pad over embossed Rinea. This will help the embossed pattern POP! Set aside to dry.
4) Stamp image and color.
5) Since this is a pop out card and the image is serving as the focal point for both the front and the inside of the card, it is important to decorate the inside too! Carefully fussy cut the stamped image or use a circle cutter making sure it is smaller than the circle it is popping through on card.
6) Cut a piece of scrap paper .25 inches wide by about 1.5 inches tall. Fold it up like you would to make a paper spring. Attach one end of paper spring to the image, and the other image to the inside of the card making sure image pops through card opening.
7) Adhere Rinea paper to card front.
8) Flip Card over and cut six slits (an X and + over the x)
9) Tear off a few of the pieces of Rinea foil paper and use a pencil to roll back the rest revealing the image. Make sure the image pops through the front of the card. Keep rolling back the Rinea and/or tear until the image pops through.
Your pop out card will fit in a regular sized envelope and is ready to be mailed! I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. Please share your pop out cards making sure you tag #Rineafoil and me (Scrappygal75 on Instagram). I would love to see what you create!
Until Next Time – Happy Crafting!
Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here with a new project to share. Winter has gone on far too long and I've started to create Spring projects. I have been having fun with Rinea Foils and this month I created an Easter project.
I painted the edges of my panel with Tattered Angels paint. Since Easter is all about bunnies and Easter eggs, I die cut the bunny from my Cricut Expression and just added a wiggly eye and fuzzy tail.
The Easter eggs were really fun to create. I used an Easter egg punch to punch the Easter eggs from assorted Embossed Foils - Blue, Purple and Hot Pink. I stamped assorted designs on Glossy Silver Foil and heat embossed them. Heat embossing turns out beautifully on the foils, just be careful not to overheat.
I created grass using the Glossy Green/Gold Foil. I simply cut a 1" strip of foil, cut into it randomly, then rolled the cut edges over giving the illusion of grass. I adhered this to the bottom of my panel, then I placed the eggs in the corner under the grass.
The base eggs were adhered to the panel using Beacon Adhesive. I placed foam adhesives under the top eggs for dimension. I also added several gems to the pink egg.
Happy Easter was die cut from Hot Pink Embossed Foil with Sizzix dies.
Rinea Foils can be easily die cut and punched. I have been able to punch 4 layers of foils and still have a perfect image. The cuts are always clean and crisp.
What do you think? Isn't this a sweet Easter project?
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.
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
Thanks for stopping by!
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.
Karen is up on the blog today with a sweet scrapbook layout all about love. She uses the theme of love to gear the colors towards red, as in little red hearts!!
All you need are four photos and bit of vellum, transparency, and foil to make this project so unique. Rinea paper foils die cut beautifully. I used metallic ruby foil to die cut the title and then cut it in vellum to offset over the foil. I also used a mini paper punch to cut some smaller hearts. I think you will agree, it is stunning in its simplicity.
You can find the step by step tutorial below.
Here are some up close pictures of the page.
The ruby Rinea foil is under the velum and it gives it such dimension!!
Rinea Supplies: Rinea paper-foil Crafter's Pack - Ruby
love die cutter
die cutting machine
mini heart paper punch
silver permanent marker
Brilliance Moonlight White Ink Pad (Tsukineko)
Red Glitter Sorbet Cardstock / Vellum Glitter Red Spatter / Teen Girl Stickers / Cherry Kisses Archival Seeds / Hearts Dew Drops (The Robin's Nest)
To learn more about our designer Karen, please visit her blog, Art & Soul. http://karensessionsartandsoul.blogspot.com
Thanks for visiting!
Hi all Sonja here. We made it through Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, and Valentine's! I am sure people are ready for a break from Holidays, however, I had to do this stack of hearts door hanger using Rinea Foil papers even if it is past the holiday hearts and flowers are fun year round!
Materials Needed:Rinea Foil: Gold, light pink, red, and dark pink
Glue or adhesive tape
Die cutter (Silhouette Cameo 3 and Sizzix Big Shot)
Embossing sleeve (optional)
Step One: Strips of Foil
Start by cutting 6 strips of each color. I cut my strips at 0.75 in. wide by 13 in. tall.
Step Two: Prep
To prep for the heart, I folded each strip in half.
Step Three: Lining of Heart
After folding each strip in half, I needed to trim the inside pieces. Leave the outer shell at 13 in. tall. The inside pieces need to be a little bit smaller then the next so that you end up with a stacked set of strips. Each piece doesn't have to be an exact measurement from the next piece, just has to be shorter!
NOTE: Each heart has two of the same strips in it. So two dark pink, two light pink, and two gold equaling 6 strips per heart. This is a designers choice you can go with more strips or less.
Step Four: Check Measurements
At this point, I checked to make sure that the strips would make the heart correctly and trimmed any strips that were too long. After checking to make sure all the pieces fit, set aside.
Step Five: Cut and form Flowers
I chose a rose file I had in my Silhouette library from the Silhouette store.
I cut three roses in the two sided gold/red foil. The settings for my Cameo 3 was on vinyl, blade 1, and pressure 1.
Step 6: Optional embossing and assemble of flowers
Just to add some texture, I decided to emboss a few pedals. After the embossing, I poked a brad through the middle of each layer. Once the pedals are all secure, I took a tool and curled the ends. You can do this with anything that is small and round
Step Seven: Assemble Heart
Add running tape to the end of each strip in the size order of longest to shortest. Line up the ends and secure together. Bend the strips into a heart shape and secure the ends together. Add glue at the bottom of the heart between each layer and secure until dry. At this point it looks funny, but just secure the bottom strips as instructed. Secure the bottom pieces brings the heart together.
Step Eight: Decorate
I decided I wanted the flowers inside of the hearts. Another option would be to string them between each heart as well. But I wanted to glue my hearts stacked on each other.
Linda on the blog today with some amazing little planner clips. They are so cute and perfect for more than just planners. They can be made to suit any color need and have any number of embellishments on them as you see fit!
Take a piece of Pink Embossed Rinea Foil and cut to 1.5 in. x 3 in. Fold in half and place through paper clip on the closed side. Glue in place.
Cut pink card stock into 1 in. squares. Go around edge with Tim Holtz Distress Ink Picked Raspberry.
Select two Calico Collage Simply Spring Charm Images and cut from collage sheet. Add Brutus Monroe Detail Ink around the edges. This will hide the white edge where the paper was cut.
Adhere Image to pink square then to Rinea foil.
Select three pink flowers and glue in place on the lower left corner of image. Add drops of glitter glue to centers of flowers.
Tie bow with pink yarn and adhere to right side of image.
Once the glitter glue has dried repeat on the other side of Rinea Foil.
You now have a two sided embellished paperclip that can be used in a journal, scrapbook page or even your Happy Planner.
Here is a video on how to make a Pink Embellished Rinea Foil Paperclip:
These are just too cute!! Use a printed image for just decorate them with other embellishments such as flowers, and you are set to go!
Fuchsia Embossed Rinea Foil: www.rinea.com
Calico Collage Simply Spring Charm Images: https://www.etsy.com/listing/127004005/printable-simply-spring-collage-sheet
Paper Clips Jumbo
Pink Card stock scrap
Tim Holtz Diestress Ink Picked Raspberry
Brutus Monroe Detail Ink: https://www.brutusmonroe.com/collections/detail-ink?aff=14
Prima Flowers in Pink
Tulip Glitter paint
Aleene's White Glue
Diane Agarwal - The passioneer behind bringing Rinea Foil, the unique crafting product from Germany, to you!