supplies: black, Island Blue, and DCWV silver foiled card stock, Gina K. Designs Floral Sketch Clear Designer Toner Sheet, Sparkling Silver Fancy Foil, and a toner sheet, Chameleon Cool Tones alcohol markers, Penny Black Stitched Stacker die, Simon's Script Thanks dies, adhesive foam strips, laminator
To begin I cut a piece of the clear acetate designer toner sheet and a piece of foil and ran it through my laminator. I set aside the foil, and colored the reverse of the acetate with alcohol inks. Then I framed it.
Next I placed the used foil piece over a piece of toner sheet and again ran it through the laminator. You can see that the reverse image comes through, a silver background with the design in black. Lying flat like this, you can see the iridescence of the foil
This was attached to a white card base and, after adding my die-cut sentiment to the clear panel, I popped it above and a teensy bit off-center from the silver layer. Here is the finished card laying flat:
As you can see, the light plays with the foiling and gives all kinds of different looks. From a distance, depending on which way you tilt your head, the background turns to purple, gold, green, or blue - so fun!
What I was unable to capture in my photos was the dimension, almost a shadow-box effect that lifting the clear panel gives to it. You can kind of think of this design as a shaker card minus the shakings!
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