Distressing Rinea Foil + A Harry Potter Inspired Card - A Video Tutorial

Hello everyone! It's Lindsay here with you today and I am super excited to share today's video tutorial with  you all. As I'm sure you're aware, by this point, all this month Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps is teaming up with Rinea Foil to bring you some inspiring and fun projects! I always have such a fun time playing around with Rinea Foil Paper and coming up with new ways to use it and more techniques as well! I have distressed the Rinea foil paper before, but today I wanted to share another way to distress it and in my opiniong, this way is a little bit easier! Be sure to watch the full video tutorial down below for all the details!

https://youtu.be/tntgZqbQUIs

Rinea Foil has a fun and special type of ink, Ghost Ink, that when stamped or applied to the foil paper, it removes the color. It's a lot of fun to play around with, but can be a bit tricky to work with. I used this ink to swipe onto the foil and remove the color from mostly the edges, which helps with the distressed look! I also added a bit of Staz On ink to the edges of the paper for a more distressed finish! Finally, using some Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps Harry Potter inspired stamps I was able to really finish off this fun birthday card!



I couldn't help bringing some more of those Harry Potter inspired stamps to the inside of the card as well, for a nice finished look!


Be sure to come back all month long for even more inspiration and fun from the entire design team! And if you're in the shopping mood, don't forget that all this month St. Patrick's Day stamps are 30 % off all this month!! For my next post I'll be sharing some stamps from this category to help get you inspired!!


And if you are interested in any of the supplies I used to make my card today, you can find those listed down below! Until next time, Happy Crafting!!

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