A Note of Thanks | Card Recipe

Hello! Time flies when you are busy. It has been a while since my last post, but I finally had the chance to sit for a little bit to post a card that I made a few weeks ago using some great products that you can find at the Spellbinder store. The highlight of this card is the background that I created using something really new for me, the Ranger Stamping Foam.

With the Ranger Stamping Foam, you can create unique backgrounds using different things like die cuts, stamps or any other object with dimension or texture that can be embossed on the foam. The process is simple, you only need a heat craft tool, a stamping foam and some objects that can create an embossed image. For this technique, you can experiment using different type of inks, colors, etc. The sky is the limit!

A Note of Thanks

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To create the background you start by heating the foam with a heat craft tool for about 15-30 seconds. Then, you press the foam onto a textured surface for about 15 seconds ( You can previously arrange dies, stamps or other objects over a flat surface). After that, you can ink it up and use it as a stamp. What I love the most about this foam is that you can re-use it. You just re-heat it and the texture will disappear; this awesome foam, will be ready to use again.

Please be sure to watch this fun Spellbinders video where the process is visually explained: https://youtu.be/wpxh3d5SZYs

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Well, that’s all from me today. I´ll be back soon to share another project. Thanks for stopping by,  have a wonderful rest of the week!

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