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Masculine Cards with Rinea Foiled Papers

Posted on June 17 2017

Hi everyone, Steph here today with two very different cards to share using Rinea Foiled Papers.

Rinea Foiled Paper Cards

Needing a masculine birthday card, I die cut a border of gears from  Ruby/Ruby Star Stuck Foiled Paper.



Rinea Foiled Papers cut so easily - even the tiniest of details cuts precisely.  Once I die cut the gears, I embossed them, then lightly inked the gears with brown ink.



I used an assortment of 7Gypsies papers, distressing, then matted them with cardstock.  Using Beacon Adhesives, I adhered the gears to the left side of the card.  A simple birthday sentiment from Joy Clair stamps finished off the card.


For my next card, I embossed kraft cardstock and lightly inked it, then adhered it to the card.  Next, I cut Sapphire/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper and then embossed it to create a focal element.  I matted the embossed panel with cardstock then adhered it to a larger panel.  Whisker Graphics twine was wrapped around the panels which were then adhered to the card.   A torn strip of foiled paper was matted with cardstock and adhered on top.



Using chipboard elements from the Robin's Nest, I inked each with Memento Ink.   I cut a hot air balloon from Ruby/Ruby Star Struck Foiled Paper then added it to the hot air balloon basket frame and placed it over the twine.



A pennant was created from cardstock and pattern paper.  The chipboard Fly was adhered on top then added to the card on a slight angle.
What do you think? 
Thanks for stopping by today.

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