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-Easy Mixed Media Technique to try out- Sponge Painted Cards using Decofoil

As you know, I've been experimenting with Therm O Web products for over a year and I've loved Deco Foil products since day one. Now I have the honor of being part of their creative team! Today I have a fun and creative technique to show you, using Watercolor Decofoil to add a sponge painted effect to handmade cards.




Therm O Web Supplies:
Deco Foil™ Transfer Sheets • Lapis Watercolor
Deco Foil™ Transfer Sheets • Emerald Watercolor
Deco Foil™ Transfer Sheets • Teal
Deco Foil™ Transfer Sheets • Gold
Deco Foil™ Liquid Adhesive 2.1oz
Deco Foil Hot Melt Adhesive
iCraft Adhesive™ Tape • 1/2 in
iCraft Mixed Media Adhesive 2.1 fl oz
12" Foil Laminator

Other Supplies:

Victorian Medallion Three Die Cuts
Small Sponge
1" Ivory Crinkle Ribbon
1/2" Gold Button
White Cardstock
Die Cutting Machine
Paper Trimmer
Scissors
Stapler


Learn how to create Sponge Painted Cards with Decofoil:

This technique will give you unique results every time. These beautiful Deco Foil textured backgrounds are great for not only cards but also tags, canvases and more... Be sure to give it a try! Visit Therm O Web's blog HERE, for the full step by step tutorial!



These projects were created with some of the new products released at CHA just recently! Be sure to check them out on TOW's website!

I so appreciate you stopping by today! I would love to hear your thoughts on this foiling technique, so please feel free to visit Therm O Web's blog and leave me a comment if you can. Until next time!



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