Tuesday, January 15, 2019

This is Rinea Foiled Papers #3

Welcome to Day 3 of my introduction of 
Rinea Foiled Papers
to you...


And here are today's examples....


The first example is a lovely Hyacinth made using the 3D Hyacinth Diecut Set. It cuts both the flower portion as well as the frilly leaves.  The foiled paper is cut then wound around a core - I used a paper straw but of course you could use a wood dowel rod, skewer, toothpick or whatever you have on hand.  These are lovely when presented in a bouquet.

The diecuts are also useful in other applications as you will see in the coming days :)



For this example I cut strips of the foiled papers to create my very own pattern on the lovely Blush background. You can create any number of patterns by cutting the papers to various widths and affixing them to your project.  So easy yet very striking.


I choose Marigold Foiled Paper to show you how amazing these papers look when used in the deep impression embossing folders. The folders really bring out the beauty of these papers as they create their own shadows and highlights from the play of light over the embossing.


Just as the foiled papers are great for origami they work equally as well with Tea Bag Folding as demonstrated here on this pretty star design. I made a large silver star that was topped with the Sapphire and Turquoise star.

GIVEAWAY TIME!!!

This month I wanted to share a bit more about Rinea Foiled Papers with you.
I will be sharing lots of fun ways to use these lovely papers with you to "Spark your Creativity"!  


One lucky winner will receive the Love Variety Foiled Paper Pack (6x12) 
and Pastel Foiled Paper Variety Pack (4x6) show above.

To be entered all you have to do is comment on this post or on the related post on my Facebook page (Roni Johnson).  Each time you see a new Rinea post between now and the 27th of January be sure to comment for another new entry. The drawing will close at 12:00 pm January 27th and the winner will be drawn randomly and announced on January 28th.

Good Luck Everyone!!

Monday, January 14, 2019

This is Rinea Foiled Paper - Part 2

Happy Monday!

I'm back with another post sharing the amazing goodness of 
Rinea Foiled Papers!


These are today's inspiration squares!


My first bit of inspiration is how cute these papers look cut into tiny shreds!
They make an amazingly happy bit of flash for any project don't you think?
The "hooray" piece shows how cool the smooth/glossy foil looks next to the starstruck foil.  It's a lovely contrast don't you think?  The sentiment is also a diecut using the Ebony/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper.


I wanted to share this example to show how beautiful it is when paired with delicate, highly detailed diecuts. All of those tiny little swirls come out perfectly.


This is to show how well the foiled papers take other mediums.
This is Metallic Luster from DecoArt. Of course you wouldn't want to cover the entire piece, this is just to show how well it works with the medium.


This is the first of several origami pieces I will be sharing.  This butterfly was made using Ruby/Gold Glossy Foiled Papers. This particular design shows off both the front Ruby and back Gold of the papers.  It really pops on the Silver/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper don't you think?

GIVEAWAY TIME!!!

This month I wanted to share a bit more about Rinea Foiled Papers with you.
I will be sharing lots of fun ways to use these lovely papers with you to "Spark your Creativity"!  


One lucky winner will receive the Love Variety Foiled Paper Pack (6x12) 
and Pastel Foiled Paper Variety Pack (4x6) show above.

To be entered all you have to do is comment on this post or on the related post on my Facebook page (Roni Johnson). (One comment per post please) Each time you see a new Rinea post between now and the 27th of January be sure to comment for another new entry. The drawing will close at 12:00 pm January 27th and the winner will be drawn randomly and announced on January 28th.

Good Luck Everyone!!

Friday, January 11, 2019

This is Rinea Foiled Paper - Part 1

I thought it would be fun to explore Rinea Foiled Papers this month so I'm going to be sharing various ideas for using the foiled papers.



And here are today's examples....


This first example demonstrates how cleanly the Lavender/Gold Glossy Rinea Foiled Paper can be diecut and embossed in one operation. These medallions were cut using the Sizzix cut and emboss folder.  As you can see the foiled papers hold the shape beautifully.


I wanted to show how nicely the foiled paper takes acrylic paints. I used a credit card to swipe various colors of paint across the Ebony/Gold Glossy foiled paper in succession while each was still a bit wet. You can see the depth I achieved using this method.



The grungy side of me loves how you can crumble the foiled papers up, open it back up again, smooth it out a bit and it holds it's shape. This Mocha/Mocha Starstruck is one of my favorite colors.



Finally I have a fun dimensional flower I made using the 3D Rolled Star Diecut Set. I cut the Sapphire/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper using the medium sized star diecut. I rolled half of the petals into a point while the others I rolled into a cylinder. I then added a medium Turquoise and  small Jade diecut flower to the center.  As you can see all of the petals have held their shape perfectly.



GIVEAWAY TIME!!!

This month I wanted to share a bit more about Rinea Foiled Papers with you.
I will be sharing lots of fun ways to use these lovely papers with you to "Spark your Creativity"!  


Today is just the first of several posts that will gain you entry to the giveaway.

To be entered all you have to do is comment on this post or on the related post on my Facebook page (Roni Johnson). (One comment per post please) Each time you see a new Rinea post between now and the 27th of January be sure to comment for another new entry. The drawing will close at 12:00 pm January 27th and the winner will be drawn randomly and announced on January 28th.

One lucky winner will receive the Love Variety Foiled Paper Pack (6x12) and Pastel Foiled Paper Variety Pack (4x6) show above.



Good Luck Everyone!!









Thursday, January 10, 2019

Lost Coast Designs - Anything Goes Challenge #67

Lost Coast Design/Carmen's Veranda
has started the year off with
Challenge #67 - Anything Goes!!


Up for a bit of fun? Well Lost Coast Designs has started the year off with an "Anything Goes" Challenge! It doesn't get much easier than that does it? If you stamp any project you're set to go!

I went with something very timely here in Indiana...a little snow bear!
He is from the Creepy Doll Collection but I think he's far too cute to be called creepy - don't you? 


My card background was a mix of Memento Inks sprayed with Frost Sheer Shimmer Spritz to mix.  A card panel was placed over the mix to create a lovely monoprint which was then stamped with both large and small snowflake stamps using VersaFine Clair Paradise, Kaliedacolor Blue Breeze and Silver Delicata inks.

The little bear was stamped on a piece of white cardstock using more of the VFC Paradise ink then water colored, topped off with a bit of black pen and glitter!  He was then fussy cut, affixed to the snowflake panel which was then added to a red card base.  The sentiment was diecut and added to the card.

I hope this inspires you to dig out your supplies and create!
If you do, be sure to enter it into the challenge for your chance to win.

Good Luck Friends!



Supplies:

Lost Coast Designs - Creepy Doll Teddy 1, 
Snowflakes - Lg, 
Snowflakes - Sm

Imagine - Memento Ink, 
Kaliedacolor - Blue Breeze, 
VersaFineClair, 
Delicata, 
Sheer Shimmer Spritz
On Point Glue

Other - Glitter
Black Pen
Kuretake Gansi Tambi Watercolor
Niji Water Brush
Sentiment Diecuts

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Delightfully Dimensional Heartfelt Artist Trading Cards & GiveAway!


Hello friends! Today I wanted to share my delightfully dimensional "Heartfelt" artist trading cards with you.  Since Valentine's Day is quickly approaching I thought it would be fun to kick those heartfelt wishes up a bit and give them a bit of dimension using Rinea Foiled Papers!


I wanted to use a unifying element on all of the cards so I made my own textured piece by embossing a sheet of the Fuchsia/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper that was then covered with a Marabu Art Crayon. I rubbed the medium into the cracks and crevices and wiped off the excess with a dry cloth.  The resulting paper was cut apart and used on each of the 3 ATC's in this series.


The first card has a strip of the textured paper which is the host for my 3D hearts.
These hearts are actually several hearts glued back to back which fold flat for transport and can be easily opened back up for display.


The textured paper covers the entire background of this ATC which is covered with several floating hearts (propped up with the help of double stick foam tape) and a rippled purple banner floating on the breeze.


Finally who can resist this darling little rose petal angel. 
She was stamped on cardstock then I dressed her up in a pretty little dress of hearts to look like rose petals. She even has a pair of golden wings to help her spread the love.

GIVEAWAY TIME!!!

This month I wanted to share a bit more about Rinea Foiled Papers with you.
I will be sharing lots of fun ways to use these lovely papers with you to "Spark your Creativity"!  


Today is just the first of several posts that will gain you entry to the giveaway.

To be entered all you have to do is comment on this post or on the related post on my Facebook page (Roni Johnson) . (One comment per post please) Each time you see a new Rinea post between now and the 27th of January be sure to comment for another new entry. The drawing will close at 12:00 pm January 27th and the winner will be drawn randomly and announced on January 28th.

One lucky winner will receive the Love Variety Foiled Paper Pack (6x12) and Pastel Foiled Paper Variety Pack (4x6) show above.

Good Luck Everyone!!





Supplies:


Other:

Imagine - StazOn - Jet Black; VersaFine Clair - Nocturne
Lost Coast Design - Fairy
Embossing Folder
Marabu Art Crayon
Double Stick Foam Tape

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Yupo Simplified!


I'm sure you've heard mention of a fun paper alternative - Yupo.
Well today I share a fun and easy tutorial on the Imagine blog using several different types of ink to create this fun piece of wall art.


A close up of the background detail...
the layers of inks have created such amazing depth and dimension.

Check out the complete tutorial here: 

Thursday, January 3, 2019

Under the Weather...

Hello all...

I had planned to start the new year off with a bang but alas it has not turned out that way.  I last posted on the 27th which was the last day I felt good...dh brought home the flu bug and we've both been under the weather ever since.  I am hoping (fingers crossed) that the worst is past - after yesterday I don't think my head could hurt worse and still be in one piece. 

I know there are e-mails from a few people that I need to get back with and a couple more thank you's to send out - please don't think I'm ignoring you...just been feeling awful.  I will get to them all as soon as possible.  I will really try to get caught up on things over the weekend and get started on some new year fun.

I have a whole lot to share with you about Rinea Foiled Paper as well as a give-away which will be starting soon.

Till then, I'm still here and hopefully you will hear more soon!