August 16, 2022

Foiled Chipboard Feather Cards

 Hello! Today I am sharing how I used transfer foil on chipboard pieces to create some pretty cards.

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Using the Creative Embellishments Feathers, I added some VersaMark and then heat embossed them with clear embossing powder. Next, I used some Deco Foil in Lapis Watercolor and Rainbow, making sure the dull white side was facing the feathers and that the pretty foil side was facing away from them and then ran them through a laminate machine. The laminate machine remelts the embossing powder making the foil stick to the chipboard creating beautiful foiled chipboard pieces.

Then I adhered the feathers to a card front, foiled some sentiments, and my cards were done. This was a fun and different way to embellish chipboard.

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