Thursday, 24 May 2018

Hot Foiling and Paper Piecing with Tonic Perfumerie Dies :D

I am really loving paper piecing lately, and I thought this geometric panel die from the Panache Perfumerie Die Set from Tonic would be the perfect challenge!! I also love that they've included some debossing dies in the set, which you can use just like Hot Foil Stamps :D In this instance, I wanted to use Rose Platinum card and Rose Gold Glitter for the paper piecing, but I don't have any rose gold foil, so I used Clear foil on the Coral Pink card I was using, then used Abandoned Coral Distress Crayon over the top so the foil stood out :D :D I think this is the only intricate panel die in the set that you can perfectly create a large panel with, because the pattern is regimented so it locks into the previous die-cut part to allow you to extend it :D This did take me a long time to do, especially the larger panel on the card on the right, but I find it really relaxing, and this one tool about an hour in front of the telly :D :D :D

Main products used :D
Tonic Panache Perfumerie Gift Box Die Set
Go Press and Foil Machine
Clear Iridescent Foil
Abandoned Coral Distress Crayon
Crafti Potential A2 Stitched Rectangle Fleur De Lis
Crafti Potential Crafti Words - Hugs & Kisses
Rose Platinum Tonic Mirror Card
Coral Pink Craft Perfect Textured Card
Nuvo Pure Sheen Glitter - Rose Gold
Wide Double Sided Tape
Tonic Craft Pick

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My Essential Products :D
Tonic A3 Glass Cutting Mat
Cosmic Shimmer Glue
Woodware Fine Tip Bottles
Spellbinders Platinum Die-Cutting Machine
White A6 Card Blanks
Little 8" Tonic Guillotine
Big 12" Tonic Guillotine
Tim Holtz Mini Snips 
Tiny Tonic Scissors (no serration)
Tonic Funky Tape Runner
White Card
Double Sided Tape
Ranger Mini Ink Blending Tool
VersaFine Onyx Black Ink Pad
Anita's 3D Clear Gloss
Tonic Aqua Shimmer Sparkle Pen
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To see the process behind this pair of paper pieced and hot foiled cards, please watch my YouTube video below, or over on my channel CRaFTi PoTeNTiAl :D

Lots more photos below :D

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