Krafty Tips and Tutes: multicoloured foiling

Hi Krafty Friends!!!

Krafty girl Deborah for you today. Welcome back for another tutorial, this time I'll show you how you can foiling with more than 1 colour and we all love foil, right?

Ok, what do you need?
-Versamark ink stamppad
-Wow! Bonding powder
-Heat gun
-Stampset: Buds & Blooms (So versatile!)
-2 or more foil colours (here Wow Fab Foil)
optional: anti static powder tool


 If you have an anti static powder tool, first rub your paper in with it, then you stamp some blooms with your versamark ink on the white cardstock, add some bonding powder over it and let it melt with your heattool.


Move your heattool enough over the paper, so the paper won't get any strange shape.
When the embossed part is still hot, you need to a put a part of the foil, with the shiny coloured side up, onto a spot of the paper. Do only small parts at one time, you want to have it multicoloured, so not too much of the same colour onto 1 rose. 


Repeat until you have done about 1/2 of the images, so heat the embossed part again and then you can add some extra foil again.


Repeat again with the golden foil until everything is coverd.
Here you can see the effect it gives with the 2 foil colours together.


And here's my finished project. I made a pillowbox to put a present or some money in.
It's so hard to photograph foiled things, but I hope this gives you an idea. It's so shiny!


The textlabel of the stampset "Butterfly Dreams" is embossed with golden embossingpowder to give some extra dimension.


Foiling is really popular at this moment, so I hope you can give it a try and be sure to share your foiled Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps creations!

Happy kraftin'!


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