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Getting Foiled with Cute Santa

Happy Friday Crafty Friends! This is Julissa of Paper Gems by Jules on the blog sharing some old and something new! If you haven't scooped up that "Cute Santa" stamp set, you might want to... because, today it's all about him... and some fun foiling with some of the older Deco Foil Toner Card Fronts. (Product list at the end.)



Let’s start with this blue Christmas scene. I wanted to use some “not-so-Christmas” colors for this Flurry Forest Toner Card Front and these fun blues just pop! What’s great about the toner card fronts is that it’s smooth paper and takes to Distress inks really well.



Once the background was completed, I die cut it and foiled it using Unity’s Silver Glitter Transfer Foils. Love the shine that foiling brings to a card. Next, I stamped and colored Cute Santa and a sentiment. Fussy cut Santa and die cut the sentiment using the Stitched Postage Nesting Dies and popped them up on the Toner Card front using foam tape. Using the Scallops and Stitched Rectangles Nesting Dies I layered the background on black and adhered it on a turquoise card base for a little more pop!



❄️ Wanna do another one? Let’s! ❄️



For this fun card, I wanted a little bit of an old school Christmas movie feel, so I colored Cute Santausing Toner Grey Copics and added a little color to his skin, the holly and gift. For the sentiment, I used the “Be Merry” from the December 2020 Whit Kit: Winter Shake Up stamp set.



For the background, using Snow Many Flakes Toner Card Front, I got a little inky before foiling again with the Silver Glitter Transfer Foil {a Unity & Therm-o-web Collab that comes in gold too!}. That bright red makes Cute Santa pop!


Hopefully these fun and colorful Christmas cards inspire some of your upcoming holiday cards… and some fun purchases. Below is a list of Unity products used to create these cards.

Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you have an inky weekend!

Happy Crafting!

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