Lawn Fawn Video {11.22.22} Alternate Ways to Use Hot Foil Plates with Mindy

Hi friends! Mindy has a fun technique for getting more out of your hot foil plates! She will demonstrate this technique while making four wonderful winter-themed cards! You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

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Mindy used two different techniques with Snowflake Background Hot Foil Plate to create this beautiful set of cards!

For this design, Mindy inked the hot foil plate before dry embossing it with the die cut machine. This creates a beautiful letterpress look. She blended Blue Jay ink on the background before layering Giant Outlined Oh What Fun on top!

For this pretty green background, she did the letterpress technique with Yeti Ink on Noble Fir cardstock. Then she added Deck the Car with a Winter Wavy Sayings greeting bordered with a Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Frame!

Mindy created another letterpress-look design and framed it with Snow Flurries Backdrop and the large snowflake as the focal point! For the rich red color, she used Chili Pepper cardstock and Cranberry Ink.

For this card, Mindy inked the embossed side of the snowflake background for a totally different look! The card came together with Snow Flurries Backdrop snowflakes and Winter Wavy Sayings white embossed on a Simple Wavy Banner.

Thank you so much for sharing this creative technique with us today, Mindy! Your cards are so beautiful!

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Thank you so much for watching, have an amazing day!

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5 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Video {11.22.22} Alternate Ways to Use Hot Foil Plates with Mindy

  1. Love the cards Mindy. Thank you for sharing the additional ways we can use our hot foil plates. I can’t wait to try these techniques.

  2. Great ideas, thank you! Yes, hot-foiling products are a whole new section of supplies that you can make an investment in. Thanks for giving us other ways to get more value from these plates!

  3. Thanks for this value-full episode, Mindy! I’m not big into foil plates yet, but I have a few and this will help me stretch a bit.
    Your cards all came out (as usual) GORGEOUS!
    Lori S in PA

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