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DIY Foil Resist Coloring with Deco Foil & Pigment Inks

I've been playing with foil resist ideas lately and today I have a super easy DIY Foil Resist Coloring tutorial that will give you gorgeous results every time! Although the technique is quick, I'll guide you through the entire process to show you how I put together my card. 
Other Supplies:
Digital Flower Stamp
Pigment inks in different colors
Small sponge dauber
Leaf Dies
Floral Patterned Paper
White, Pink and Light Green cardstock
Laser Printer
Die Cutting Machine

TUTORIAL
The foil resist technique in itself only requires a foiled image and inks... It's really that simple... This is as easy as coloring can get! Make sure to click here to visit Therm O Web's blog and check out the complete step by step tutorial. Do leave me a comment letting me know what you think! Would you try this out yourself?

I will come back soon with more Foil Resist ideas, so make sure to subscribe to this blog and to Therm O Web so you don't miss out! Thanks so much for stopping by. Until next time.

Comments

  1. Beautiful card! Un efecto impresionante

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  2. What a stunning card. The bright colours against the gold is beautiful!!

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  3. What an eye catching post. The painitngs are marvelous. The combination of the colours specially Pink and gold are looking more than beautiful.

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