Friday, 20 December 2019

Foiled Embellishments - No Laminator or Foiling Machine Required. Video Demonstration

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Hi everybody.

Today I am back with another foiling project, only this time you do not need a laminator and you do not need a foiling machine.

I was able to create these pretty foiled flower embellishments using just Deco Foil and WOW! Bonding Powder.




It's a simple, fuss free method and if you would like to see more, then  I have filmed a video demonstration which I hope you will enjoy.



This foiling technique is perfect for creating foiled elements to embellish your cards and 3D projects. 

Thank you for dropping by and I hope you will pop back again sometime.

Bye for now and ......................................"Happy Crafting Everybody!".

Linda xx


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8 comments:

  1. Hi Linda, ty for a fab video. I love the look of foiling but cannot afford the machine lol but this is the next best thing! Didn’t know these existed. Xx

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    1. Thanks for the great feedback. I think its great to find alternative and cost effective ways of creating things xx

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    2. Yes, it's great Will be looking into buying some of the things needed soon. :) xx

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  2. I am definitely going to try this. I love the gold and metallic look but cannot afford all the additional machines I have only a cuttlebug and a big shot that a friend gave me. I hope I can find that WOW powder at Michael's or Hobby Lobby. I will look the nest time I go there! Thanks so much for this and all your videos. You do a good job of making things easy to understand.

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  3. Thank you, Linda for another great video. I can't wait to try it.
    Merry Christmas and a Happy Healthy New Year!
    Heather

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  4. I love all your projects and have tried many of them. I am so sorry that you would even get one negative comment. There are cruel people out there and only hope they keep to themselves. Keep up the wonderful work you do and Happy Holidays to you and your family!

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  5. I love your videos Linda. Your projects are always beautiful and useful. Your kind spirit and calming voice is an added plus to listening to them. I am sorry you were hurt by such mean, negative remarks. People that make unkind instead of constructive, helpful remarks are unhappy people who just need to take their anger out on someone else. My parents gave me the same teaching - "If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all" :)

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  6. These little boxes are just adorable! I stopped the video and got some cardstock and did it along with you - so very cute!!! Thanks for the great hint about foiling - I don't have a laminator and will absolutely try this suggestion! Thank you so much!!! Happy New Year!

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