Joy Clair Colored Pencils and Foiling

Hello friends. Today, I’m experimenting with foil and the beautiful digital stamp called God Guides. I wanted to see if I could color up this beautiful image with colored pencils and still add foil. I’m happy to report that yes you can still foil an image after you color it.

Details

To create this card, I used Word to open and create my card layout with the God Guides set. I printed the images on regular paper using my toner ink printer. I used my colored pencils in a variety of purple and colored up this gorgeous flowers.

Once I was done, I then selected some gold foil and used my Minc laminator to adhere it to my paper.

To finish my card, I added some pretty gold sequins.   Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful day.

Check out the Joy Clair store for more beautiful digital images. Use my coupon code “StrangelyCreative” for 5% off your purchase.

Supplies

*Listed below are the products I used and contain affiliate links when possible at no cost to you. Thank you for your support! All products were personally purchased by me or provided by companies I design for.

Joy Clair - God Guides
Joy Clair – God Guides
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JC
Heidi Swapp - MINC Foil Applicator Machine
Heidi Swapp – MINC Foil Applicator Machine
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EH | SC | WOWUK | AZ
Therm O Web - Deco Foil - Gold
Therm O Web – Deco Foil – Gold
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EH | SC | WOWUK | AZ | Misc
Double Sided Tape
Double Sided Tape
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TP | Misc
Hammermill Paper, Color Copy Digital, 32lb
Hammermill Paper, Color Copy Digital, 32lb
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AZ
Faber Castell Polychromos Color Pencil Set - Tin of 120
Faber Castell Polychromos Color Pencil Set – Tin of 120
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WOWUK | AZ

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