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Foil Resist Watercoloring with Deco Foil - Series Part II

Today I'm sharing part 2 of my foil resist coloring tutorials on Therm O Web's blog! Last time I used Deco Foil and pigment inks but today I will be using watercolor markers as my coloring medium to show you how quick and easy you can create a card with this foil resist technique.



Therm O Web Supplies:
Deco Foil™ Transfer Sheets • Gold
12″ Foil Laminator
3D White Foam Sticky Strips • 1/2 in
iCraft Adhesive™ Tape • 1/2 in
Memory Tape Runner XL™

Other Supplies:
Free Journaling Card Printable (download here)
Watercolor Markers
Acetate
Water mister
Cardstock in white, hot pink and aqua
Small paper trimmer



Foil Resist Watercoloring Tutorial

This card will take you minutes to make! You can try out different color combinations to customize it! It also comes with a free download printable so you can try out this technique at home and print as many times as you like!

To view the complete step by step tutorial and download the free printable used click here. Make sure to leave a comment when you download your free file and also let me know if you find this technique easy! Would love to hear your thoughts.

Remember that you can also try this technique with different images. As long as they are foiled, Deco Foil will resist the color you add to the image to create this beautiful effect every time! Enjoy!

Comments

  1. GORGEOUS!
    THANK YOU for the INSPIRATION, tutorial and freebie :)

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  2. Esto es muy bonito . Gracias por el tutorial-
    Beso

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  3. Hi Gracie, i must say that i love your name and your blog even more. You are a really talented person who has loads to offer. Keep up the good work.

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