Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Rinea Foil Paper - Spring Garland


Spring has sprung!  The green is making a comeback and this is my favorite time of year!  Rinea Foil Paper has many uses.  I chose to use the brilliant colored foil paper on some wood shapes to embellish my Spring garland.  I will be using this for Easter decorating and beyond!

You will need:

Rinea Foil Paper:  Teal, Gold, Pink, Silver, Purple
Wood:  Spring shapes (7)
Cardstock:  purple, green, light green, teal
Ink Pads:  green, pink, purple, teal
Applicator:  wedge sponges or other
Ribbon:  1/4" black with white polka dots (6 yards)
Adhesives:  Dimensional Magic medium; Glue Dots
Hangers:  sign and banner hangers (deflecto)
Electronic die cut machine
Dies:  pennant, flower
Scissors


Each pennant is about 5" x 7".  I framed each green pennant with a purple pennant making a 1/2" border around the green.  I cut a lighter colored green flower for each pennant.  The layers are adhered together and finished with a foiled wooden shape on top of the flower.
I used the electronic die cut machine to cut out the teal flowers and the word Bloom.













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17 comments:

  1. Just darling - love all the layers on the pennants, too!

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  3. I just love this technique! It never crossed my mind to do this! It gives the foiled paper a whole different look! Thanks for signing up again!

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    1. Thank you, Diane! I have really enjoyed getting acquainted with the papers! It was fun seeing what everyone has done. You have an excellent product and there are lots of possibilities!

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    2. I adore banners and this is no exception. Beautiful.

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  4. BANNERS ARE THE BEST AND I LOVE YOURS!!

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