Fun with Craftangles foils

I have some fun experiments with Craftangles foils for you today!
For the first card,  I used Craftangles ‘Geometric bursts’ stencil with icraft deco foil transfer gel. Once the gel was dry, I used Craftangles gold foil and a laminator to foil the card. I used a strip of Craftangles vellum to add a gold outline sticker sentiment to finish the card.
Fun with Craftangles foils 1

For second and third card, I used a sheet of black laser printed card and die cut an oval frame and the flower. I foiled the frame with Craftangles blue foil. I then die cut the flower and foiled it using Craftangles rainbow foil.
I then foiled the negative die cut with the remaining blue foil. I then created a shaker card using Craftangles ‘glimmer shimmer’ sequin mix.

Fun with Craftangles foils 2
I die cut more flowers in white, layered them to create dimension and layered it with the rainbow flowers. I die cut and foiled the birthday sentiment, also from Craftangles, and added it to the card to finish it.

Fun with Craftangles foils 3

Fun with Craftangles foils 4
I really enjoyed playing with these foils after such a long time.
I hope you liked the cards too.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Have a great day!
Paru Mahtani
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Paru Mahtani

Based out of Mumbai, India, she is a stay at home mom, a passionate card maker and a photography enthusiast who regularly showcases her work at Kala Ghoda Art Festival in Mumbai

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