Handmade Cards, Spellbinders

Spellbinders June 2019 Glimmer Hot Foil Kit

Today I’m sharing a card made with the Spellbinders June 2019 Glimmer Hot Foil kit.

This month’s set is called ‘Radiant Flowers’. Included in the kit is 6 glimmer plates and 6 coordinating dies, plus a roll of Pink foil. I love when the kit includes the dies as I think it makes it even more versatile.

The Spellbinders Glimmer Hot Foil kit is a monthly subscription and a great way to build your collection of glimmer plates and foils.

You will need the Spellbinders Glimmer Hot Foil machine to use with this subscription, plus a compatible die cutting machine. I used my Spellbinders Platinum 6 machine. A list of compatible machines is available on the Spellbinders website.

Spellbinders currently have a special promotion on this kit subscription. Join now and you can save 10% off the purchase of the Glimmer Hot Foil System. *You may add the system at the time of subscription.

For my card I decided to foil some tone on tone flowers. I took some rustic rose card stock from Fun Stampers Journey, and foiled several of the large and small flowers with the pink foil including in the kit.

I also foiled some of the flower centres, this time using Champagne foil on the same rustic rose card stock. For the leaves, I foiled some on white card using the Champagne foil, then used the coordinating dies to cut everything else.

Before turning off the glimmer hot foil machine, I used a sentiment from the Everyday Sentiments II glimmer set to foil a sentiment on white, using Champagne foil. I trimmed this down, then layered with foam tape over a strip of the rustic rose card.

On my A2 cardbase, I added some stitching detail with a die set from Lawn Fawn. I then adhered my sentiment in the centre of my card, and the flowers and leaves either side. I used foam tape to pop up the largest flowers.

Thanks for joining me today. I hope you enjoyed seeing the card I made with this fabulous kit.

*Disclaimer: Glimmer Hot Foil Kit kindly provided to me by Spellbinders. All opinions expressed are my own.

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