11 Nov 2017

Foil and Acetate Card for Armistice and Remembrance Sunday

Foil and Acetate Poppy Card by Janet Packer (Crafting Quine). Cutting file details by Hero Arts at http://craftingquine.blogspot.co.uk


Hi, I'm sharing a new cardmaking technique for delicate or detailed cutting files over on the Silhouette UK Blog today.

Foil and Acetate Poppy Card by Janet Packer (Crafting Quine). Cutting file details by Hero Arts at http://craftingquine.blogspot.co.uk


In recognition of Remembrance weekend, I have used a beautiful poppy file by Hero Arts (#27110). This is my grandad who served in WW1 as a teenager.

Foil and Acetate Poppy Card by Janet Packer (Crafting Quine). Cutting file details by Hero Arts at http://craftingquine.blogspot.co.uk


These elegant cards are made with adhesive foil and an acetate, or acrylic window, overlaid on a printed background and mounted within an offset of the shape.  Using the Silhouette Printable Foil gives a fine foiled-effect without the need for heat or messy embossing powders. My photographs really don't do justice to the depth, dimension, and prettiness of the cards in real life.

Foil and Acetate Poppy Card by Janet Packer (Crafting Quine). Cutting file details by Hero Arts at http://craftingquine.blogspot.co.uk

Foil and Acetate Poppy Card by Janet Packer (Crafting Quine). Cutting file details by Hero Arts at http://craftingquine.blogspot.co.uk


I have a full step-by-step tutorial over on the Silhouette UK Blog today. As usual, there are plenty of additional hints and tips on using your Silhouette and the Silhouette Studio software.


12 comments:

  1. Hi Janet these cards are stunning. Take care. Hugs Jackie

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  2. Two fabulous poppy cards!! xx

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  3. Hi, Janet! Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and leaving such a kind comment. I have become your newest follower, and I'm looking forward to learning a lot from you. I LOVE my Silhouette, and it has become an important tool in my craft room. Your cards today are fantastic. I love the offset idea and hope to give that a try soon. Have a great week, Cheryl W, paperpanacea.blogspot.com

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  4. Stunning creation Janet! Shabneez x

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  5. WOW, these are just stunning. gorgeous work!!

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  6. These are beautiful and so elegant Janet.
    Laine
    x


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  7. Very pretty and elegant. Creative Blessings, Tracy x

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  8. I'm not sure how I missed this post Janet. This is such a stunning card. I love the picture of your Grandad and this is a lovely tribute to him. Cathy x

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