Hot Foil Pumpkins Three Ways


Hot Foil Pumpkins Three Ways

Hey crafty friends, I recently bought a hot foil machine, which I am so enjoying playing with - the shine of hot foil is incredible! The Hot Foil Pumpkins and coordinating Dies in the latest Scrappy Tails Harvest Blessings release are gorgeous and so easy to use. So easy, I decided to create three projects with them!


For my first card, I hand cut card stock strips in different sizes using five shades of orange, green and one shade of matte gold card stock. I ran some adhesive across a white card stock panel and arranged the strips diagonally.

I stamped a sentiment from the Wild Sunflowers 6x6 stamp set at the same angle below the card stock strips using black ink.



I then arranged and adhered two hot foiled pumpkins, adding some stacked die cuts to add some dimension. I used a burnt orange foil for all of my pumpkins today.

Finally, I added some gold gems to the card for even more shine!



For the matching tag, I used some of the leftover card stock strips, and again, adhered them at an angle onto a kraft tag from my stash. I then adhered one of the Hot Foiled Pumpkins with some additional die cuts for dimension behind it.

I finished the tag off with some of the gorgeous yellow pearls from the Scrappy Tails Crafts - Deluxe Harvest Blessings Card Kit, and I threaded through some Floss in Yellow, Orange and Metallic Gold at the top of the tag.



For my second card, I die cut the Scrappy Tails Crafts Slimline Tiki Coverplate from white card stock. I ran the cover plate back through my die cutting machine with my embossing mat – and that provided an even deeper impression of the Tiki pattern for a cool dimensional effect.

I cut the panel at an angle and adhered it to a slimline kraft note card. I added a gold card stock strip at an angle, between the kraft and white, and then adhered my last Hot Foiled Pumpkin with some additional die cuts for dimension.

Finally, I embellished with some Gold Pearls to finish it off.



Thank you so much for stopping by to read my blog post, let me know whether you prefer the A2 card, the slimline card, or the tag in the comments below!

-Beth x

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