Spellbinders’ Glimmer Hot Foil Kit of the Month Club – March, 2023

Hello Friends, and welcome back to the blog. Today I’m sharing a fun card featuring the new Spellbinders’ Paper Arts Glimmer Hot Foil Kit of the Month Club.

I began by hot foiling the large plate twice on a clear acetate 6” x 4.25”panel with hot pink foil. I scored the top half inch, folded over the top of an A2 white card base, and taped onto the back panel. Then I added a small piece of two-sided tape to the middle of the clear panel, and adhered it to the white card front.

Then I foiled the middle plate on white cardstock, inked with Catherine Pooler Party Dress ink, die cut, and taped to the acetate. Next I stamped the sentiment, die cut, and popped with a foam square onto the card. Finally, I finished with silver gems.

What do you think? I like that the clear acetate adds an interesting element to the card, but you don’t have to worry about seeing the back because it’s taped to the white card base.

Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today! Love and artsy hugs!



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