August 12, 2021

Transfer Foiled Cards Using Toner Paper

 Hello! Today I am sharing some fun foiled cards I made. I love using transfer foils, it is easy to do and adds a great wow factor to your cards.

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Below is a video tutorial showing exactly how I created my project.
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What made these cards so easy to make was the Ann Butler Designs toner papers. The designs are already on the paper so all you have to do is add the transfer foil to them.

I used the sampler pack so my pack had some geometric and flower designs in it and each pack also comes with solid toner sheets. To transfer the foil to the toner sheets, I used my Glaminator by Xyron with some DecoFoil in Rainbow Shattered Glass and Summer Rainbow.

Here are the two cards I created using the Flower and Geometric Toner Papers by Ann Butler Designs. I could not choose which pack I liked better so I went with the sample pack that came with three designs from each one, so six total. On each of these cards, I used one of the toner sentiment die from the samples. The first one I used the foil over the toner sentiment and the second one I used the negative to create a solid foil sentiment by using the solid toner sheet.

Here are the two cards I created using the solid toner sheets. The sample pack also comes with six of the solid toner sheets. I used a hello die on each of these cards to give them a fun look.

Want to see more transfer foil creations using Ann Butler Designs? Visit the Designer Crafts Connection Blog Post to see what their other designers have created.

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