Some Foiling Fun Times On Your Telly Box

October 9, 2018 — 10 Comments

Next, “Sweetheart”. Love the character style of this one.

Couture Creations GoPress and Foil on TV in October 7

Couture Creations GoPress and Foil on TV in October 16

I have a few die cut tags taking up space so I thought I’d make use of a couple in this design.

The first foiling did not come out well as I did not have the pressure right so I decided to do a second and then layer these up, add some ribbon and then ‘hang’ them down the edge of some patterned paper. For a little more sparkle, I added a strip of double sided tape and some glitter before sticking the sentiment tags in place.

Lovely.

Ok, time for another one.

“You’re Amazing”

Yes, you are. Also, so is this sentiment.

Couture Creations GoPress and Foil on TV in October 8

Couture Creations GoPress and Foil on TV in October 17

As well as foiling the sentiment onto the patterned paper I got a couple of laser-cut cardboard keys and added some foiling to them too.

A couple of strips of patterned paper later and the design was complete! Love how quickly these are coming together.

Another? YAS!

The “You & Me” sentiment has a playful mixed style so I wanted to use some funky patterned paper.

Couture Creations GoPress and Foil on TV in October 9

Couture Creations GoPress and Foil on TV in October 19

I also utilised some of the existing cut, foil and emboss dies from Couture Creations to create the floral edges.

The foiling was done onto Hunkydory Cardstock. It takes the foiling so well.

Sadly just one more to go.

It’s the sweetest of the bunch though.

“So Sweet”.

Couture Creations GoPress and Foil on TV in October 10

Couture Creations GoPress and Foil on TV in October 20

Again I used some patterned paper to ‘fill’ the card and then foiled the sentiment using some sparkly foil onto some pink cardstock.

I created a ‘mat’ from some darker pink cardstock and scrunch-foiled it. These were then layered onto some black cardstock, glued in place and a small ribbon was made to add a little embellishment.

Ok, that’s it!

I hope that you have enjoyed this series of makes and will think about joining me for the show tomorrow.

The shows are on at 1pm and 7pm on Wednesday, October 10th. Both are on Create and Craft TV which can be seen in the UK on all four digital platforms. Broadcasts may be seen in other regions of the world – for more details, check out the Create and Craft TV website.

Thanks for your time and I’ll see you again soon for more Inktober.

Bye for now.

J :)

10 responses to Some Foiling Fun Times On Your Telly Box

  1. 

    Again John you make great cards,looking forward to seeing you back on telly.

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  2. 
    Margaret McCormack October 10, 2018 at 10:28 am

    Be great to see you on TV again xx

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  3. 

    Its always great to have you back on tv :)

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  4. 

    Fabulous cards John…my favourite is the Get Well Card..absolutely love the colours in it ( and your description lol ) be great to see you back on C&C xx

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  5. 

    Great cards John, love them all and fell in love with the scrapbook paper from the World’s Coolest Dad card, that is awesome! Thanks for sharing.

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  6. 

    Great cards John. Will try & catch you on the telly tomorrow. Bit of foiling adds some class to cards.

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  7. 

    Oh! Great cards John. Really finding scan n cut courses very helpful . You should change your name to Stan the scanman.
    Look forward to seeing you on c&c.

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  8. 

    Love the cards John, especially the ‘snot’ one. We seem to share the same sense of humour!!! Good luck with the shows (not that you’ll need it) x

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  9. 

    Lovely cards John. It’s been a very long, very wearing day, but you’ve just wiped it out in one go, by making me laugh…… So looking forward to seeing you on the box, I’ve missed you……xx

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  10. 

    Fabulous cards John, looking forward to the shows xx hazel

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