Hello friends and welcome! It’s Juliana Michaels with you today. I’m excited to share how to create foiled die cuts to use on your Christmas card making and craft projects. This card features some fun dies from Newton’s Nook Designs and I’ve combined them with some of my favorite Therm O Web foiling products. You are going to love all the shimmer and shine on this card and how easy it is to create!

Foiled Die Cut Christmas Card by Juliana Michaels featuring Newton's Nook Designs and Therm O Web

Foiled Die Cuts

For this card, we’ll be using the Ornament Shaker Die Set and the Pines and Holly Die Set from Newton’s Nook Designs. Take a sheet of iCraft White Foam Adhesive, peel off the liner¬† and adhere it to a piece of white cardstock. This will give the Foam added stability and make it easier to work with for this technique. Next, place the dies you will be using onto this and run them through your manual die cutting machine.

How to foil die cuts using Therm O Web iCraft Foam Adhesive Sheets and Deco Foil

Peel off the top liner and place a piece of Deco Foil onto the foam. Gently rub the foil to adhere it to the foam. Repeat the foiling process with the remaining die cuts.

How to foil die cuts using Therm O Web iCraft Foam Adhesive Sheets and Deco Foil

Embossing Foiled Die Cuts

The foiled die cut has loads of shimmer and shine. To give it some texture emboss it with an embossing folder. Simply place it into an embossing folder and run it through your manual die cutting machine.

How to emboss a foiled die cuts using Therm O Web iCraft Foam Adhesive Sheets and Deco Foil

Once all of the foiling and embossing is complete, adhere the pieces together to decorate the ornament. Add a bit of ribbon using a Zot Adhesive Dot for even more interest.

Foiled Die Cut Christmas Card by Juliana Michaels featuring Newton's Nook Designs and Therm O Web

To create the background for the card, die cut a piece of white cardstock using the Newton’s Nook Designs scalloped die from the Frames and Flags Die Set. Emboss it using the same embossing folder used on the ornament. To help the texture stand out, apply ink using Distress Oxide Ink and a foam blending tool.

Next, trim a piece of the Deco Foil Clear Toner Sheets O’ Christmas Tree to the size of the inside of the scalloped die cut. Cover it with a piece of Deco Foil in green and run it through a preheated laminator. Use a Memory Tape Runner XL to adhere the scallop die cut piece to a card base and then adhere the foiled Clear Toner Sheet on top of that. Finally, adhere the foiled die cut ornament.

Foiled Die Cut Christmas Card by Juliana Michaels featuring Newton's Nook Designs and Therm O Web

I hope you enjoyed learning how to create foiled die cuts. They really are perfect for adding beautiful shimmer and shine to your holiday card making and crafting projects!


For more information on how to work with our Deco Foil visit our YouTube Channel!

Here’s a quick video on how to emboss our Deco Foil Transfer Sheets.


Be sure to take time to go visit our friends at Newton’s Nook and see what their team has created! Here’s a card that caught our eye from Larissa! We LOVED those Deco Foil Trees! (and look at those sweet singing mice)¬†Newton’s Nook Blog!

 

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14 Comments on Newton’s Nook and Therm O Web Foiled Die Cuts

  1. Beverly
    November 7, 2018 at 1:19 pm (2 weeks ago)

    I love everything from Thermoweb especially the toner sheets and foil!! My projects turn out amazingly when using these and love all your other products!! Thank you!!

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  2. Sue D
    November 7, 2018 at 1:26 pm (2 weeks ago)

    so pretty with the foiling.

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  3. Denise Bryant
    November 7, 2018 at 1:37 pm (2 weeks ago)

    Love the ornament and holly! So pretty with the foils! And an awesome look with the embossed detail on the ornament! Very clever!

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  4. Dee Earnshaw
    November 7, 2018 at 2:23 pm (2 weeks ago)

    love the foiling and embossing technique:)

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  5. Mary Holshouser
    November 7, 2018 at 4:06 pm (2 weeks ago)

    I love using the foils. Going to have to try the craft foam
    adhesive technique/ Another fast way to get bright,
    shiny designs for my cards. thanks for sharing
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    Reply
  6. Carla Hundley
    November 7, 2018 at 4:40 pm (2 weeks ago)

    Fabulous card and
    the foiled ornament
    looks so cool!
    Carla from Utah

    Reply
  7. Helen Gullett
    November 7, 2018 at 9:49 pm (2 weeks ago)

    Oh I love those caroling cute cats.
    I have the new evergreen tree stencil and cup of cocoa stamp set on my wishlist.

    Reply
  8. Gilda McCain
    November 7, 2018 at 11:32 pm (2 weeks ago)

    I love the embossed foil die cut on the card. Thanks for the technique info.

    Reply
  9. BrendaLea Abbott
    November 8, 2018 at 8:52 am (1 week ago)

    The textured foil really gives it a Christmas feel. One could make it removable for a tree ornament gift.

    Reply
  10. Sharon Gullikson
    November 8, 2018 at 7:12 pm (1 week ago)

    WOW, the blue is gorgeous. I like the 3D effect, too!

    Reply

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