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Spring Card with Martha Lucia

Posted on March 19 2019

Hello, Martha Lucia is here to share with you a new Spring Card with Rinea Foiled Paper and Crackerbox & Suzy stamps.

I really love to use Rinea foiled paper to stamp with rubber stamps because I got a very defined images and great effects.

Spring Card with Martha Lucia

How to make this card:

  1. Create the card base using Blueberry Bushel card stock. The size of the card is 4-1/4" x 11" with score in 4-1/4"
  2. Cut the second layer using Lavender Starstuck Rinea Foiled Paper.
  3. Pass this layer with the Tufted 3D Embossing Folder through a die cutting machine.
  4. Cut a circle window with a circle die cut over the Lavender layer.
  5. Paste behind the lavender layer a piece of Silver Starstruck Rinea Foiled Paper to cover the window.
  6. In a separate piece of Gold Starstruck Rinea Foiled Paper I stamped the sentiment Leave a Little Sparkle from Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps with the new StazOn Pigment Black from Imagine.
  7. Cut a new circle from the piece created on the step before step. Make this circle a little smaller to the window.
  8. Paste over the Silver Starstruck piece the circle sentiment with a lot of double sided foam tape to give to it a different high.
  9. Stamp the  Button Flower Left and the Button Flower Right using three different colors of Rinea Foiled Paper. I used Starstruck Fuchsia and Violet/Gold and Blush/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper.
  10. With the piecing technique make the center of the flowers interchanging the colors.
  11. Add some branches to complete the floral look. To make this I used Mocha Starstruck Rinea Foiled Paper.
  12. Paste the flowers with double sided foam tape and glue dots
  13. Curve the petals according with your preferences.

    Spring Card with Martha Lucia
  14. I hope my project inspire you to make more spring cards combining the stamps with the foiled paper. it is perfect to stamp, embossing and die cut. 
    See you soon,
    Martha Lucia

1 comment

  • Helen Gullett: March 26, 2019

    That is so beautiful!!! Love those foil flowers

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