Stencils and Foil Transfer – Video tutorial

Hello friends, today’s projects are made using CrafTangles stencils and Foils. Today I will be working on technique called Foil transfer.

I was waiting to get my hands on the new Decofoil Transfer DUO to experiment with the foils. This new one you can used 2-way with heat and no heat techniques. If you are looking for a gel where no laminator is needed to use foils on your projects, then this is the one. I have a short timelapse video for you to see the process. Though the video is short, but you get the basic idea about what to do and how to do.

This would work even better if you have manual die-cutting machine as the pressure applied is even and much more firm than hand. I don’t have my bigshot on hand to try out this technique, so I have just used the scoring tool to press down the foil, the gel dries tacky and the foils really adhere to it very easily, so you can use it the way you want.

Video tutorial on Foil transfer technique

foil transfer

The first card is made using CrafTangles Kraft Cardstock, Stencil masks rectangle, Diamond fade stencil, Rainbow foil, Happy rakhi Bro stamp set

The rakhi is made using a left over scrap of washi tape, i used a heart die cut, and jewel and white gel pen and a twine to made it, its added with a foam adhesive to the card.

Stencils and Foil Transfer - Video tutorial 1
Stencils and Foil Transfer - Video tutorial 2
Stencils and Foil Transfer - Video tutorial 3

This card is made using Craftangles Chinese Lanterns stencil, Indian Wedding stamp set and Gold Foil

Stencils and Foil Transfer - Video tutorial 4
Stencils and Foil Transfer - Video tutorial 5

The last card is made using Red foil, Quilted heart stencil and Indian Wedding stamp set

Stencils and Foil Transfer - Video tutorial 6
Stencils and Foil Transfer - Video tutorial 7
Stencils and Foil Transfer - Video tutorial 8
Stencils and Foil Transfer - Video tutorial 9

I hope you got some creative ideas to use the foils now, let us know if have used or planning to use and do let me know your thoughts on these projects!

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Rahmat Gouse

Originally from India, Rahmat has been globetrotting for almost 15 years and joins us from Macau. She loves playing with stamps and finds creative ways to use them.

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