Foil on Glass
The Rinea foil works like no other, it can be bent and folded to hold its shape as seen in the below project. Here are some examples how the foil can be use for home décor or gift jars made by Julie McGuffee.
In this first jar the silver plain foil paper is run through a metal die to give it amazing texture and then backed with the red embossed foil behind to make it pop. At the top is a fun start using a rosette using a folding technique, perfect for the top of a jar. Here are a couple other rosettes made in the same fashion.
A simple and easy way to dress up a jar is to punch out the foils and glue them to to the sides of the jar, pick any shape you want from hearts, stars, snowflakes, circles, and so many more!!
Last we have a sweet little votive with a flared middle, which will stay in place due to the nature of the foil!! Cut slits into a rectangle foil and glue to the top and bottom of the votive glass and it create this amazing look of a lantern, line it with a few gems at the top and you have a one of a kind tea light candle holder.