Here’s an idea on how to use the Waves of the Ocean Blue Foils on card that doesn’t use the coordinating Waves of the Ocean stamps and dies. I made this card as a way to use the foils, also as a sample for my upcoming Floating Strip card classes this month.
These Blue foils are such a gorgeous colour, especially the deep blue one. You get three colours in the 12×12 pack 2 sheets of each – dark blue (Night of Navy), mid blue (Coastal Cabana) and silver. These foils are a limited release and are only available while stocks last or until May 2 this year.
The foils have come up really well when used for this card technique. I deliberately didn’t run this piece through my Stampin’ Cut & Emboss machine as you run the risk of the plates leaving impressions on the foils. You can overcome this by keeping a separate “clean” plate aside to only be used on the top of your die cutting “sandwich” whenever you run foils through the machine.
If you would like to know how I created this card, you could sign up for my classes this month or book in for a kit if you live in Melbourne for my classes or Australia for the kit.
Class times are – Thursday March 24 at 10am or 7.30pm, Friday March 25 at 1.30pm or Saturday March 26 at 1.30pm. Class size is 4 people as I get back to doing face to face classes and to keep everyone comfortable as we all get used to gathering together again. If you would like to book in click her to go to my Facebook page and send me a message.
If you would like to see another class sample, click here to see it.
Now you could use this idea for any foil card you may have on hand. It was such a good option for this pack of foils as they coordinate together so well. The die cuts are from the die set Amazing Thanks. Done in Pacific Point and Misty Moonlight. The embellishments are part of the Waves of the Ocean Suite too, Rhinestone Waves of the Ocean.
Have fun creating with your Waves of the Ocean Blue Foils!
Hope to see you at one of my classes! Make sure you message me to book your place.