How to Hot Foil a Stamp onto a Card -RITZ Theatre Collection
Hot foiling is a brilliant art form that allows your projects to truly shine, and thanks to the Go Press and Foil Machine Version 2, it couldn’t be easier for you to bring this stunning technique to your autumn-winter crafting. Why not start by creating something special for a happy couple with this easy-to-follow ‘You’re Engaged’ card project?! It’s simple and fun to make, and it’s sure to raise a few smiles!
You Will Need:
- Go Press and Foil Machine - Version 2
- 8.5” x 4” Card.
- “You’re Engaged” Hot Foil Stamp
- Ritz Theatre 12” x 12” Paper Pad (2 different designs)
- Rose Gold Bright Foil
- Victorian Square Nesting Dies
- Camden Cottage Roses
- White Cardstock
- White ribbon
Using the “You’re Engaged” hot foil stamp, rose gold foil and the white cardstock, hot foil the stamp onto the cardstock using the Go Press and Foil Machine Version 2.
Die-cut around the stamp using the second largest Victorian square die. Set aside.
Die-cut a piece of the patterned paper from the Theatre Collection 12 x 12 Paper Pad, using the largest Victorian square die.
Using 2-way glue, wipe a little glue along the edges of the large die-cut piece. When it dries to ‘tacky’, using the foil piece that you used for your hot foil stamp, press and lift the remaining foil onto the tacky glue edges, creating a foiled edge.
Layer the sentiment piece onto the foiled patterned piece using 3D foam squares.
Using the second piece of paper, cut a rectangle to fit the front of the white ‘tall card’ (8.5 x 4”) leaving a small border
Hot foil a piece of white ribbon using the scroll edge of the sentiment hot foil stamp. Attach the ribbon to the rectangle piece and attach to the front of the card.
Attach the layered hot foiled sentiment to the card and decorate with flowers and ribbons as desired.