Foiling with Prima Rub-ons is the Bomdiggity!

Hello everyone!!  Kymona here with another great post for you!!  Do you love how I brag about myself, LOL!!  What's so funny, is that I'm the most humble person you will meet!!  I'm here today with an amazing technique for all of you, foiling with prima rub-ons!!!

If you haven't seen this yet, hold on to your seat!!

Take a look at my card:





Beautiful and different right?

Let me share how I created this card:

1. Cut and score a A2 size card, 4.25 x 5.50 scored at 5.50.

2. Decide on which Prima Rub-on you want to apply to your card front.

3. Cut the rub-on out so that you do not make a mistake and rub off one you don't want.

4. Remove the white backing and align the rub-on where you want it on your card front.

5. Press down and use the stick to apply the rub-on the card front.

6. Gently lift the transparent piece to make sure all of the rub-on is on the card front.

7. Trim the foil color of your choice and place it on top of the rub-on. Deco Foil Aqua was used on this card.

8. Use the same stick to apply the foil to the rub-on.  Just a little bit of pressure works.

9. Lift the foil to reveal your new beautiful creation.

10. Stamp So Suzy Stamp Bomdiggityshizznit sentiment on a piece of black cardstock using Versamark Ink.

11.  Sprinkle Hero Arts White Embossing Powder on top of the stamp sentiment and heat set it.

12. Trim the black cardstock and adhere it to the card front using foam adhesive.

13. Use the corner chomper to round the corner of the bottom right corner.

Here is a close up:



Nice and easy!!  You can make a set of these cards in no time.  This takes only 5 minutes.


Supplies used:









So what do you think?  Please let me know below.  I would love to hear from you. 

Thank you for stopping by and spending time with me. 

Kymona

4 comments:

  1. Such a clever idea and loving the step by step, thank you x

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  2. Great idea and great card, Kymona. I love this foil job. Really really gorgeous!

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  3. Awesomeness! I would love to try this soon. So much talent you have.

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  4. Gorgeous card and a great technique Kymona! ^__^ <3 Thank you so much for sharing! *Big Panda Hugs*

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