Hey there friends!
Today I’m excited to be guest posting over on the Scrapbook and Cards Today Magazine blog. If hot foil stamping has been something you’re not so sure about or haven’t had consistent success with in the past, this post is for you!
I only started using a hot foiling system about 4 months ago, but have since fallen head over heels in love with it. At first I was skeptical due to past experiences with other foiling methods, but I absolutely love how hot foil stamping creates such a clean, elegant and professional look. Over on the SCT blog, I’m sharing 3 of my top tips for better hot foiling results, as well as the card you see here.
Head over to have a read, and if you’d like to shop, I’ve included a full supply list below. Enjoy!
- The Stamp Market Simple Stripes Foil Plate
- The Stamp Market Simply Stripes stamp set
- The Stamp Market Color Crush inks in Peony and Fuschia
- The Stamp Market Lovely Labels nested die set
- The Stamp Market Gorgeous Greetings stamp set
- The Stamp Market Gorgeous Greetings die set
- Pinkfresh Studio Daisy Wreath hot foil plate
- Pinkfresh Studio Daisy Wreath die
- Pinkfresh Studio dye inks in Ballet Slipper, Slumber and Stargazer
- WOW Embossing Powder in Metallic Gold Rich
- Spellbinders Matte Gold Glimmer Foil
- Spellbinders Glimmer Hot Foil System
- Simon Says Stamp 40# vellum
- Glue Dots Micro Clear Adhesive