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Fall StampnFoil Shaker Card with Gina K. Designs

I’m happy to be here with a new Fall papercrafting idea and tutorial! This is going to be one of the many, many inspiration projects the design team will share this week since we are celebrating all things Fall this week here at Therm O Web! For today’s video tutorial, I’ll be sharing a fun shaker card idea featuring the new Thankful Leaves StampnFoil Collection and the Bountiful Flourish Foil-Mates Backgrounds, both by Gina K. Designs for Therm O Web.



Thankful Leaves Shaker Card with Gina K. Designs Tutorial

This shaker is not just any shaker! There are actual stamped and foiled leaves floating in the shaker mix together with lots of sequins and glitter! Visit Therm O Web’s blog to find the complete list of supplies used on today’s card! Make sure to click below to watch now how you too can make a fun Fall shaker card like this one!

A clean yet fun Fall shaker card that’s easy to make and put together and that shimmers lots with all the beautiful sparkly foil! Thanks so much for stopping by today! Stay tuned as we continue sharing inspiration projects for Fall this week and follow us on social media for even more great ideas! Until next time.

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Easy Foiled Patterned Backgrounds with Gina K. Designs

I’m back with a fun and colorful cardmaking idea for Summer. I love making foiled backgrounds for cards and this time I used a leaf die -from the new StampnFoil Where Flowers Bloom set by Gina K. Designs for Therm O Web- to create a Summer pattern that’s easy to put together.


Step by Step Tutorial

Click here to visit Therm O Web’s blog and learn how to make these fun background yourself! If you have Foil-Mates scraps you’ll find that this is a fun way to incorporate them into a card! With so many different Foil-Mates patterns available the possibilities are endless!



Thanks so much for stopping by today! Hope you find this tutorial useful! See you over at Therm O Web.

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Video Tutorial: Flamingo Foil-Mates Cards + Free Printable

Adding foiled details to your cards has never been easier! Today I’ll show you how I made foiled Flamingo themed cards using Foil-Mates backgrounds. Foil-Mates backgrounds are easily customizable and this time I added a splash of color to them using inks. Plus, we’re also sharing a free printable with Flamingo themed sentiments so you can recreate today’s card yourself!



Therm O Web Supplies:
Gina K. Designs Foil-Mates™ Backgrounds • Dots & Strings
Gina K. Designs Fancy Foils™ 6″ x 8″ • Wild Dandelion
Foil Laminator • 12 inch
Zots™ Roll • 3D
Memory Tape Runner XL™
iCraft Mixed Media Adhesive 2.1 fl oz

Other Supplies:
Flamingo Digital Stamp Sentiments – Free download
Flamingo SVG cut
Cricut Explore Air 2
Distress Oxide Inks in Picked Raspberry and Peacock Feathers
Ink Blending Tool
Premium Cardstock in Turquoise Sea and Passionate Pink
Water mister


Flamingo Foil-Mates Card Video Tutorial

Many of you may be wondering if the Foil-Mates paper is thick enough for techniques that use water, and the answer is yes. The paper has a very smooth finish and allows you to apply and blend inks easily. On the other hand, it will hold after using water moderately. On today’s card I sprayed water directly to the Foil-Mates background and although at first you might notice some texture on the spots the water touched, once it dries it will have its original smooth finish.

These cards are lots of fun to make, especially because the Foil-Mates background do the hard work for you… All you need to do is add a bit of color! Click below to learn how to make these Flamingo themed Foil-Mates cards!



That’s it for today. Make sure to visit Therm O Web’s blog to download and save today’s free printable! I’ve included 3 digital sentiments (like the ones used on my cards) so you can recreate this design at home! Thanks for stopping by. Until next time!

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Video Tutorial: Ombre Foil-Mates Cards with Gina K. Designs & Therm O Web

I’m back with another fun Deco Foil tutorial, this time using Foil-Mates to create ombre backgrounds for cards. It doesn’t get easier than this! The technique is simple and will help you create perfect ombre cards every time.



Video Tutorial

I prepared a video tutorial so you can follow me as I create this card. Make sure to click here and visit Therm O Web’s blog where I’m sharing the complete list of supplies. If you love colorful rainbow cards, this colorful obre technique is great for you! Of course, this technique will also work with different inks to create more muted color transitions. Click below to check out my tutorial!




Final Tips

Foil-Mates are very easy to use. They are black toner ink prints that come ready to use in a pack. One Foil-Mates sheet will give you two A2 card panels and to foil them all you need to do is place a piece of Deco Foil transfer sheet and run it through you laminator. It’s that easy. For better results, Therm O Web recommends adding a cardstock shim under your Foil-Mates sheet, to add more pressure and help the foil transfer evenly to your background. This tip works great for me so I thought I’d share it with you!

That’s all for today. Thanks so much for visiting. Before I go, here is another fun idea using Foil-Mates that I share recently:

Galaxy Foil-Mates Cards Tutorial
Click here


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Galaxy Foil-Mates Cards with Gina K. Designs and Therm O Web

Hello! Gracie here, this time with a card idea for the men and boys in our lives. These galaxy inspired backgrounds are quick to make and mass produce thanks to Therm O Web’s Foil-Mates sheets and sentiments! Scroll down to check out the step by step tutorial!



I used Gina K. Designs Foil-Mates Backgrounds and Sentiments to make these cards… Foil-Mates are great for backgrounds and you will be able to get two A2 pieces from one sheet, which is perfect to create 2 cards. I’m sharing a step by step tutorial today over at the Therm O Web’s blog. You’ll also find the complete list of supplies so you are able to recreate these cards if want to! Click here to view the tutorial.



I think these cards would work great for male friends on Valentine’s, don’t you think? Often times we don’t even know were to start when it comes to masculine cards, so I’m so happy I created these, since I’m usually all for feminine designs.

I enjoyed sharing these with you today! I would love to know what you think so don’t be shy and leave me a comment below! Thanks so much for visiting today! For more creative ideas for all your paper and fabric crafts make sure to subscribe to Therm O Web! Until next time.


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New Digital Papers & Stamps: Easy Valentine’s Cards with Deco Foil + Graciellie Design

When you have limited time and you love to craft, that’s when digital stamps and papers come in handy! This week I felt so inspired by our brand ambassadors. They are wonderful designers and they have created stunning projects all month long. (If you’re curious about their work please visit our Facebook page to see what they have been sharing lately!)



I wanted to make something pretty with our new digis, but didn’t have much time to play… So I came up with this card design which is super cute and extra quick to make. To create this card:

1. Print the distressed floral stripes pattern from our new Pink & Blue Watercolored Digital Papers. I sized them in 5″x 7″ prior to printing using the printer’s software. That will allow you to print to panels in one cardstock sheet.

2. Next, rip a wide piece of the printed sheet so you can fit it across a 4″ x 5 1/4″ white card panel. Adhere it and cut the excess along the edges with scissors.


3. Print the flowers and the Hello Friend sentiment from the set Friends like You, using a laser printer. In this case I printed the flowers on white cardstock and the sentiments on vellum.

Note: You can take your images to an office / paper store and print as many sheets as you need.

4. Use your favorite Deco Foil sheets to foil the flowers and sentiments. All you do is cover the image with a piece of Deco Foil Transfer Sheet and run it through a laminator.


5. Use pigment inks and a sponge dauber to add color to the flower digi and fussy cut it using scissors. Click here to see a tutorial on this foil resist technique.

6. Use a heart die cut to cut the foiled sentiment.

7. Put your pieces together and finish off your design with ribbon and/or other embellishments of your choice.



Supplies: Friends Like You Digital Stamp Set / Pink & Blue Watercolored Digital Paper Pack / Laser Printer (for digital stamps) / Inkjet Printer (for patterned paper) / Gina K. Designs Fancy Foils™ 6″ x 8″ • Jelly Bean GreenDeco Foil™ Transfer Sheets • Aqua / Colorbox Pigment Inks PaintBox in Love / Distress Oxide ink in Salty Ocean / Sponge ink applicators / Vellum / White Cardstock / Laminator / Sticky Dot Mini Runner / Deco Foil™ White Foam Adhesive / Heart die cut / Evolution Advanced die cutting machine / RRR Satin Ribbon with Silver Metallic Edges Assortment – Pink and Purple / Paper Temptress Sky Blue Crepe Cardstock / Paper Temptress Pink Basis #80

These cards took no time! I love how easily you can add color to a foiled image with simply sponging some ink! That truly saves you time. The papers and foiled details do a lot for this design, but I especially love adding transparencies -such as vellum- to my cards!

More Tutorials

I hope you enjoyed! Thanks so much for stopping by. I invite you to visit my previous posts to check out my latest tutorials. I have 2 new video tutorials out sharing techniques using stencils, foil and rubber stamps. Click here to watch. That’s all for now, until next time!



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Making Valentine’s Day Cards with Gina K. Designs & Therm O Web

Welcome to my first video tutorial of the year! I’m glad you made it here! I’m sharing a new project with Therm O Web… A playful and fun set of Valentine’s cards. I’ll show you how I created them using just 1 Foil-Mates sheet, 1 Fancy Foil sheet, some cardstock and ink!


Video Tutorial

I’ve prepared a video tutorial too so you can watch how I made each card! Click below to watch or click here to visit my YouTube channel and watch it there! If you want to save the list of supplies I used, please click here and visit Therm O Web’s blog. You’ll also find more project photos there!

You’ll notice that each card idea came to life as a consequence of the scraps I was left with by the previous card… I love that! I love that you can stretch your supplies and use every single piece to create something pretty! Also, I used dye ink as watercolor to create these fun splattered background… I may have been feeling adventurous while preparing this tutorial as I did as much as I possibly could with just a few supplies!

A Little Note about this Digital Stamp
This Valentine’s sentiment is from my digital stamp collection and it comes in a set called Floral Heart & Banners.

Share the Love

If you want to support my channel and blog, feel free to share this post! You can do that through Pinterest, Facebook and even YouTube! Thanks so much for stopping by today. Remember to visit Therm O Web’s blog and subscribe to their newsletter so you never miss a new project tutorial! That’s all for now, until next time!

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Shabby Chic Christmas Cards with Deco Foil + New Word Die Cuts

It’s been a while since I made a shabby chic card and today I have 2 of them to share, each full of wintery layers and textures. I also will be showing you how to put together this card design on a video tutorial featuring Rebekah Meier Designs mixed media products by Therm O Web and also a new digital pack from my shop with which I made some beautiful foiled word die cuts!



Tutorial & Supplies
I invite you to visit Therm O Web’s blog to see the complete list of supplies and links. This card design although very layered is not complicated to put together and I know that you will be able to duplicate it translating it to different color schemes using different patterned papers and elements! Click below to watch the video tutorial and click here to subscribe to my channel and watch many other Deco Foil tutorials!

If you are curious about these word svg die cuts, click here to see my new bundle pack that includes over 100 words and coordinating shadows! These can be resized and you can use any electronic cutting machine to make them!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! For more Deco Foil ideas for all your Holiday crafts make sure to subscribe to Therm O Web’s blog.
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Video Tutorial: Christmas Rosette Ornament Tags with Gina K. Designs

Today I’m back with a new video tutorial with Therm O Web, featuring Gina K. Designs new Holiday line! I’m in love with everything in this line and I’ll be showing you how I used the new Therm O Web Decorative die cuts, Foil-Mates and glitter Fancy Foils! I love everything in this new release and I know you will too!

I used beautiful papers from Simple Stories on these ornament tags. I love the more muted, retro color scheme of this paper pack. This one’s called Very Merry and I enjoyed working with it so very much.


Video Tutorial & Supplies

Click below to watch the video tutorial. All details on the steps I followed to make this tags can be found on the video. The complete supply list can be found on the video description on YouTube and also on Therm O Web’s blog. I’ve posted additional pictures on Therm O Web so make sure to visit their blog too!



That’s all for now. Make sure to like and share this video. Become a follower by clicking the subscribe button on my YouTube channel for more project ideas and tutorials. That’s all for now! Until next time.

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Shadow Stenciled Backgrounds with Deco Foil & TCW Stencils

I’m sharing my first Christmas card of the year… And, I’ll show you an easy and beautiful technique called Shadow Stenciling, but this time using Deco Foil!

Tutorial & Supplies
I have a video tutorial showing you how I made today’s card and I’ve added that below. To find out the complete list of supplies used to create this project, make sure you visit Therm O Web’s blog.

Now imagine this background with the new glitter Deco Foil from Gina K. Designs! I will be showcasing those new products real soon. Make sure to visit my YouTube channel and subscribe for many more project ideas using Deco Foil and TCW Stencils!

Until next time.