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Snowman Canvas Panel

Snowman Canvas Panel | Rinea
Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today with a snowman canvas using Rinea Foils in a variety of ways. 

Rinea Foils - Glossy Silver Foil; Embossed-Blue, Light Blue
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist
Joy Clair Stamps
Cricut Expression
Sizzix Dies
EK Success Punches
Whisker Graphics Twine

I began by spritzing a canvas panel with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists.  Once dry, I stamped an assortment of snowflakes from Joy Clair Stamps about the panel.

Next, I used my Cricut Expression to die cut a snowman from Glossy Silver Foil.  I used a pressure setting of medium and a cutting speed of high.  Other than the tiny edges of the scarf, the foil cut beautifully.  Plus, I used an older mat that was not too sticky.  The foils easily came off the mat.  I find that a mat that is too sticky does not allow the foils to be easily released.

I die cut a snowman from black cardstock to use as the base, then adhered the silver foil pieces on top.  To finish I also die cut a blue hat and scarf.

Using a border punch, I punched 2 layers of "snow drips" from 2 colors of Embossed Blue and Embossed Light Blue Foils.  After adhering the Blue Foil to the canvas, I used foam adhesives to adhere the Light Blue Foil on top.  The foil cut easily with the intricate punch!

Next, I used a smaller punch and die cut snowflakes from the Glossy Silver Foil.  Again, the foil cut easily and without a problem.  Finally, I die cut winter using Sizzix dies with the Blue Foil.  Again, I had absolutely no issues die cutting.  I even die cut additional dots from the "i" to use as the snowman's buttons.

To finish I punched two holes in the top and added twine for the hanger.

I used an assortment of tools with these foils and love how they all worked with the foils.

Thanks for stopping by today.


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