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Rinea Paper-Foil Spring Card
by Sue McRae

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Hello and welcome to another day of showcasing Rinea products with Poppystamps dies and stamps! Rinea makes pretty paper-foil that comes in solid colour packs, double-sided colour packs and embossed colour packs. You can find all their foil products here.

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For my card I used the Grand Watering Can as the focal image and die cut it from blue embossed paper-foil. I wanted to age the watering can so I distressed it a bit with sandpaper to take off some of the blue colour and let the silver colour underneath come through.

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I took a bunch of Poppystamps flower, leaf and berry dies, cutting them from a variety of embossed and solid colour paper-foil and made a little arrangement in the watering can. The foil is sturdy enough to die cut easily but it can be molded and shaped to give added dimension.

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I added the picket fence behind the watering can, die cut green paper-foil for the grassy hill and added a sentiment.

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Stop by the Rinea blog here to see what their designers are creating during this collaboration!

Wishing everyone a happy day!

Sue Floral Signature copy

 

 

 

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Comments

I love your card. The foil really adds something to the flowers. Thanks for the idea.

Simply love it, Sue. tfs-stay healthy.

Hi Sue, A fabulous card, the Rinea foils are really beautiful and your die-cuts are so pretty, I love this.
Stay safe, stay well.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Such a lovely bouquet, like how you distressed the watering can!

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