Anniversary Card Using Foil


Double D have a new challenge running, and it’s Anything Birthday/Anniversary Goes.

Since I recently bought a new Anniversary Hot Foil Stamp Die to use with my Go Press and Foil machine, I decided to make my card an Anniversary card.

This was a very quick and simple card.

I started with a white cardbase, then added some design paper from Kaisercraft called Wild Flowers. I’m pretty sure this is now obsolete as I’ve had it for a few months.

I adhered the dsp onto the cardbase, then foiled my greeting onto some white cardstock using gold foil, and cut it out into an oval.

Once glued down, I added some flowers from the matching collectables set, which I added using foam squares.

That was literally it. Very simple, but I love the result.

Just a quick note to say hubby and I are off on our cruise in two days, but I will try to schedule some posts. We’ll be away for two weeks, and will be back on January 23rd.

If you don’t hear from me in the meantime, you’ll know I simply ran out of time.

Thanks for looking, and as always, if you want to comment and the comment box isn’t showing, click the title of this post and it will magically appear!






5 thoughts on “Anniversary Card Using Foil

  1. Thanks so much, Therese!

    I totally love foiling, and have found myself doing more and more of it. I’m so glad I bought the Go Press and Foil machine. It’s opened up a whole new world for me.

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