Learn How to Add just a Pop of Color to an Elegant Card

by Lori Warren

Adding just a pop of color added to a black and white project can be very dramatic. When you use Rinea Foil Paper as that pop of color, it not only adds drama, it adds a level of elegance as well.  Black cardstock, Snowflake StazOn Pigment ink and Rinea Foiled paper are the perfect combination for drama and elegance!

Skill: Intermediate
Time: 45 minutes

Directions

Step 1

Accordion fold a color piece of Rinea foil paper – I chose this bright pink color.

Step 2

Emboss that piece of foil paper using an embossing folder.

Step 3

Die cut gold foil paper medallions using 3D Impresslits Embossing Folder.

Step 4

Stamp floral images and saying onto black card front with StazOn Pigment in Snowflake.

Step 5

Stamp floral images onto smaller strip of black cardstock.

Step 6

Layer strip of stamped cardstock over piece of embossed foil paper and adhere to card front; adhere foil medallion.

Step 7

Background options 2; randomly stamp floral images onto black card front.

Step 8

Stamp floral images onto smaller strip of black cardstock

Step 9

Mount a square piece embossed foil paper to black foil paper; adhere to card.  Adhere stamped strip of cardstock and foil medallion over the squares.

Supplies

Imagine
Other
  • Rinea – Double sided foiled paper
  • Sizzix 3D Impresslits Embossing Folder – Medallion
  • Cuttlebug Embossing Folder – Spots n Dots
  • Hot off the Press – Botanical Blooms stamps
  • Black Cardstock
  • Scissors or paper trimmer

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