Wednesday, June 27, 2018


Hot Melt Adhesive on a T-shirt Demo

Foiling on a shirt, really?
Yep, you bet!

Deco foil is an amazing item to craft with! And over the last three videos in the series, we explored several ways to add foil to any of your cardmaking projects.
Deco Foil Transfer Sheets (Assorted Colors)


We learned "Shiny side up!" was important advice when foiling! Any double-sided adhesive tape would add shine to the edge of a card. The double-sided adhesive comes in 8 1/2"x 11" sheets called Stick-It, to use on die-cuts or larger areas.
Stick It SK310 Adhesive Sheets (5 Pack), 8 x 12.25"
In case you missed the LIVE show, you can watch the video for a refresher course! Just click below!
Deco Foil Series: WEEK #1, Easy and Fast Foiling


We learned how to stamp and get a foiled image and made a beautiful watercolored card using Aleene's Tack-It-Over-and-Over!
Aleene's Tack-It Over and Over
We learned how different products like transfer gel, foiling pens and watch to see what to do to get the foil to stick to your wood embellishments!

Deco Foil Series: WEEK #2, Stamping with Foils


How exciting it was to learn there is such a thing as toner sheets! How any image or word can be cut and foiled! It's too bad a regular inkjet printer couldn't work. 
Peel and Stick Toner Sheets

But the fact that Gina K. and Heidi Swapp have a lot of items with toner all ready to be put through a laminator and foiled, makes designing cards so very easy! Check out video #3 below to see what I mean!
Deco Foil Series #3: Toner and Foils!


And the fun never ends! Who knew you could foil on fabric? Step by step, you are able to watch the process and the grand reveal! Use a hot iron to press foil letters that have been run through a laminator with Deco Foil Hot Melt Adhesive. Voila!
Hot Melt Adhesive

Watch the t-shirt reveal, recorded LIVE on Friday Free Play!
Click here to watch the video: WEEK #4
Catch Jen LIVE on Wednesdays at 5:00PM CST for One in Ten by Jen: Card InJENuity from mailbox to masterpiece! where the viewers send in their scraps and challenge Jen to create a card in less than 10 minutes, timed! 

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