Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Happy Birthday Dan ! A Tagul Cloud Foiled Birthday Card

This is an almost Stampin' Up! free zone today !    Apart from the fact that I used Stampin' Up! Very Vanilla card stock, Copper Foil Sheets and copper thread.

My daughter's boyfriend celebrated his birthday at the weekend.  I find masculine cards notoriously difficult to master.  

Anyway, I am really enjoying my new found love of foiling with the Heidi Swapp Minc machine.  One of the online groups I have joined shared a link to an app called Tagul a couple of weeks ago.  Its brilliant - and I decided to use it to create a Tagul cloud in the shape of a birthday present and added lots of personalised sentiments.

This is the result:-

I used some Rose Gold Foil on Very Vanilla cardstock and it foiled beautifully.

A couple of weeks ago my daughter Abby was taken very poorly.  This is the Tagul Cloud Get Well card I created for her using the same app:

This time I used Teal Foil on Stampin' Up Pool Party card stock and layered it onto Bermuda Bay cardstock and a Whisper White base.

Its really very difficult to take a decent photo of a foiled card, but I hope these provide a good indication of what can be achieved.

Here is a link for Tagul:-


Word of warning though - you could get hooked like me !!!!

Thanks for stopping by today.

Bye for now.


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  1. I like that your a rebel Linda - it's not art if you don't explore everything that's out there. Your boxes and cards are outstanding x

    1. I like that you think I am a rebel !! I am exploring a lot more mediums and ideas after Christmas as I have a whole lot of new crafty tools coming from Santa !! Yay ! Thanks Daisychain x

  2. Hi Linda your cards are stunning the foiling is very impressive. Take care. Hugs Jackie


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