Sunday, 26 June 2016

More Kitchen Foil...

Happy Sunday,

Another show sample today this one using a variation of the Kitchen Foli technique I came up with a couple of months ago.  This time I embossed the foil covered card ( just Kitchen Foil spray glued to foundation car) and rubbed Jet Black Archival ink over the surface.  Next I added matt clear embossing powder and heat set this to make the tarnished metal look shown here.

Enjoy...



48 comments:

  1. Morning John, loving today's card, this technique is brilliant to watch xx

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  2. Stunning card I've tried this type of technique with the kitchen foil but used alcohol inks

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  3. Morning John, love this card so simple but very effective love the way you use the tinfoil not tried it yet always going to then I forget about it till you remind me again.
    Nancyd xx

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  4. Lovely card John. I haven't tried this technique but will have to have a go.
    D x

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  5. Hi John.
    A great technique Thank you.
    Have fun Kitty.

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  6. John
    Love this idea it's so striking must try it.
    Jan

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  7. Stunning card - must try this technique!
    Maggie B xx

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  8. Hi John. This is a fabulous technique, can't wait to try it but we're in the midst of building work at home so don't have much time to craft.

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  9. Lovely card, keep meaning to try this technique, might have a play later today. Marion S x

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  10. Hi John,
    Love this technique and it looks stunning.
    Need to get some more kitchen foil!
    Anne M xxx

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  11. Your technique make such a lovely background.
    Jan
    Northampton

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  12. Morning John, such a fabulous technique this is, saw you doing it on Hochanda and was amazed, and this card wow, love it.

    Stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs, June Smith xxx

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  13. Morning John,
    I love this card. Yesterday morning actually watched thie show where you did the demo of how to make this card ( taped it)
    I will have to have another go now as my first try failed.
    Thanks for inspiring me.
    Have a great day
    Maggie

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  14. Good morning John must get around to trying this, looks so effective. Love from Jackie xx

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  15. Hi John
    A gorgeous card, this technique is brilliant.
    B xx

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  16. Lovely card John. Perfect for males.
    Hugs, Rose

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  17. I really loved watching you do this John. Such a clever technique and the card is beautiful.

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  18. Hi John, another gorgeous card, love the technique, must give it a try. Have a good day. Bx

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  19. I missed you doing this technique, but looks interesting. Perhaps when you have a spare five minutes (lol) you could put a brief how to up. Love the card. Have a great Sunday. Love Rosemarie x

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  20. This is so effective, John. A great card.

    Anne (Northampton)

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  21. Morning John,
    Such a clever idea. Lovely card.
    Lydia
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  22. Love this idea John, can't wait to see you back on Hochanda you are such a natural on tv X X X

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  23. Such a clever idea John, especially for men's cards

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  24. Tried the foil technique years ago without success. Wonder if the spray glue is the solution. May try after my chicken goes in the oven. SueL x

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  25. Good morning John this is a stunning card. I love the technique. Have a great day today. Take care. Hugs Jackie

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  26. Stunning card, love this technique.

    Michele

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  27. Lovely card John.
    Take Care
    Elaine H X

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  28. Hi John,
    Beautiful card, love the effect this technique gives and is great for a man's card.
    Thanks for sharing,
    Heather

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  29. Love this card was great to watch it being done not tried it yet thank you
    Love June Horrocks xxxx

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  30. Hi John. This technique looks really interesting and would work for cards for both genders. I think it is such a stunning
    look that it is good enough to be the focal point of the card, you really don't have to add anything else to it.

    Lisbeth

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  31. Morning John, really great card, which would would be great for our male friends.
    I must give this technique a try.
    Wendyx

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  32. Hello John,
    Another great idea! As has been said would make a great man card ! Thank you.
    Myra x

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  33. A stunning card I really must try this technique xx

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  34. Lovely card, as they always are"..can someone help me...I went around to find video on kitchen foil, all I see is pictures even when I go to videos...would love to learn but can't find." : ( Thank you

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  35. Me too, I don't know how to do this foil technique, the card is beautiful John have you done a tutorial on this at any time hugs Johanna

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  36. Me too, I don't know how to do this foil technique, the card is beautiful John have you done a tutorial on this at any time hugs Johanna

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  37. So thats one way to do the foil, thank you and loving the card. Metal look just right for a man. Luv jxxx

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  38. Wow that is just stunning, i just can't get over the fact that it is kitchen foil.
    I think i will be raiding the cupboard tomorrow and having a try.
    Thinking it will look fab on christmas cards too.

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  39. Beautiful John.
    Hugs From Sam xxx

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  40. Brilliant idea John. Thanks for sharing this idea.

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  41. Brilliant idea, love the card!
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  42. Hi John, Gorgeous !!
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

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  43. Eh up John
    Indeed, a striking card and technique.Hope Granny Sue doesn't use the same foil she cooked the chicken in or that'll be an entirely different technique lol!
    Ang x

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  44. Another great Technique, love it.
    Thank you for sharing
    Patricia

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  45. Fantastic card john x love the technique with the foil but have yet to try it x
    Theresa w x

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  46. Hi John,
    I do like this card, it is stunning although simple really in design. I love that embossing folder that you have used and all the various leaves that is on it. Thank you John for a fantastic card that i think my friend would love for his birthday.
    Love and crafty hugs flower
    Norah (Glenochil)

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  47. Great card John, love the technique. Happy crafting, Angela x

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