Tuesday, January 22, 2019

This is Rinea Foiled Papers #5

Welcome to another post about Rinea Foiled Papers!
  I have some fun stuff for you today...

I love making rosettes and making them using Rinea Foiled Papers kicks them up a few notches because WOW, just look at that shine.  This entire piece was made using the foiled papers...from the rosette to the medallion and even the #1 was die cut from the foiled papers. Super cool and oh so easy.

I LOVE this technique - circles stamped using StazOn ink then colored with alcohol markers. I love how the inks allow the shimmer and shine from the papers to show through!

These are die-cuts (ribbon) and paper punched pieces (bells & holly leaf) used to decorate an Artist Trading Coin! Of course we knew that the foiled papers are easily cut with dies but it cuts equally as well with paper punches so dig those relics out and put them to use!  I know I have.

Today's final piece is super fun...these are stamps from Just For Fun Stamps that allow you to create a 3D dress! I stamped on the back side of the foiled paper, cut and assembled. Just think of all the combinations!!


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!!


  1. Oh, I really like all of these. I'm glad I don't have to pick a favorite.

  2. The rosette really looks good with the foil. I love the polka dot idea, too.

  3. Fun creations! I love the ATCoin and the dress!

  4. My first glance at this set of examples reminded me of the 50's. And the Rinea Foiled Papers would work for that period of time. Love seeing all the ways you use them.

  5. Great ideas here Roni! The circles remind me of the painting on aluminum foil that my grandmother used to do.

  6. These are all so beautiful! I especially love the rosette and the fabulous dress! Awesome projects!

  7. Love the alcohol inks on the papers. They look so bright. How thick are these papers?? The rosette is gorgeous. They crease so cleanly. Hugz


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