Foil Stamping + Discount Code + GIVEAWAY

Welcome back! Yesterday I shared a video about foil and die cutting. Today is all about foil and stamping!

[All supplies are linked in the text below and in the thumbnails at the end of this post. Compensated affiliate links may be used at no cost to you.]

Adding foil to a card is a great way to grab attention. And to use our stamps with foil? Even better! There is really no way to achieve a perfectly smooth foil stamped image… but today’s technique is close to perfect when you use outline or thin-lined images. Be sure to watch the video to see how easy it is, too!

My first card features the Simon Says Stamp Leafy Frames Stamp Set. I started by clear heat embossing the wreath on Hero Arts Sand Cardstock. I then added a piece of Therm O Web Gina K Glimmering Gold Deco Foil on top and ran it through my laminator. (Check the video for my tips on this!) This creates a fun, shiny, foiled outline image. I colored in the flowers with colored pencils and added a white heat embossed circle sentiment to the center.

Here is another card with all the same products, but on white cardstock. This coloring was done with Copic Markers. The shine you get with foil is much more impressive than embossing powder! So hard to capture in photos.

… and one last one with this design. This time I used Therm O Web Gina K Sparkling Silver Deco Foil on Hero Arts Paradise Cardstock… and added “coloring” with a VersaMarker Pen.

As I mentioned, any thin-lined image works for this foiling technique. This includes the Simon Says Stamp Gerber Daisy Background Stamp which I used on my next few cards. The flower and sentiment are from the Simon Says Stamp Daisy Bouquet and Leafy Frames Stamp Sets.

I used the left over foiled piece on this next card, along with a sentiment from the Simon Says Stamp Daisy Bouquet Stamp Set. Simple and quick!

For a subtle foiled look, try Therm O Web Gina K Glimmering Gold Deco Foil on white cardstock. This “hello” is from the Simon Says Stamp Oh Hello There Die.

My favorite foil is the Therm O Web Rainbow Shattered Deco Foil. It looks amazing on Hero Arts Pitch Black Cardstock! Wow. I kept this card simple… only adding a Simon Says Stamp Dot Scallop Border die cut piece with a Simon Says Stamp Daisy Bouquet sentiment.

My last example shows Therm O Web Silver Deco Foil on Simon Says Stamp Fog Cardstock. I added a simple sentiment panel from the Simon Says Stamp CZ Design Parental Stamp Set.

I hope you try foil stamping. It may take a little practice, but the results are worth it!


Today’s post is part of the Celebrate You Blog Hop for Simon Says Stamp! This is to celebrate their new release. You can find it HERE.

And I have TWO discount codes for you at Simon Says Stamp! First, use “BTF82” through 5/19/19 to get a FREE Tim Holtz Butterfly Adornment Set with any purchase. Shop HERE.

ALSO… through 5/20/19, buy a $75+ Simon Says Stamp gift card and get a bonus $10 gift card for FREE. Here’s a tip: Buy yourself a few gift cards and save them for the next time you want to shop! 🙂 Shop HERE.


Simon Says Stamp is giving a $25 gift card to one of my readers! For your chance, leave a comment below by 11:59pmEST on 5/18/19. (To leave a comment, head to blog, scroll down to the bottom of this post and click the green “leave a comment” button. The winner’s name will be randomly selected, emailed and posted on my “Winners page” after the giveaway closes. International folks are eligible, too!)


Thank you for stopping by. The next stop on the hop is the blog of my favorite human, Kristina Werner. You can also start at the beginning of the hop at the Simon Says Stamp Blog.


Want to find the products I used? I have listed them below. (Compensated affiliate links used at no cost to you. Thank you for your support! Affiliate and product disclosure can be found here. All products were personally purchased except the SSS-branded products and the products with asterisks which were received from the company with no expectation. As always, this post was NOT paid for or sponsored.) Click on the icons below each product picture to go to a favorite store.

Simon Says Stamp Gerbera Daisy…
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Simon Says Stamp Daisy Bouquet Stamp Set
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Simon Says Stamp Leafy Frames Stamp Set
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Simon Says Stamp CZ Design Parently…
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Simon Says Stamp Eyelet Arch Borders
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Simon Says Stamp Dot Scallop Border Die
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Simon Says Stamp Oh Hello There Die
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Therm O Web Rainbow Shattered Deco Foil
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*Therm O Web Gina K Sparkling Silver…
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*Therm O Web Gina K Glimmering Gold…
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Therm O Web Gina K Teal Deco Foil
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Therm O Web Silver Deco Foil
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Therm O Web Parchment Paper
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Royal Sovereign Laminator
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VersaMarker Pen
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MISTI Stamping Tool
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Neenah Classic Crest 110lb Cardstock
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Hero Arts Pitch Black Cardstock
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Simon Says Stamp Fog Cardstock
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Hero Arts Sand Cardstock
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Hero Arts Paradise Cardstock
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Gina K Jet Black Amalgam Ink
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VersaMark Ink
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Hero Arts Ultrafine Clear Embossing…
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Bead Magical Tray
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Anti Static Powder Bag
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Hero Arts Heat Gun
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Kokuyo Long Dot Liner Adhesive
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Caran D’Ache Luminance Pencils
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Foil Die Cutting Techniques Video
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Foil and Stamping Video
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Kathy Racoosin YouTube
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415 thoughts on “Foil Stamping + Discount Code + GIVEAWAY”

  1. GORGEOUS cards Jennifer!
    I ADORE gerberas, never been able to grow them, so inky ones are PERFECT for my not-so-green-thumbs!
    THANK YOU for sharing this FABULOUS foiling technique and your BEAUTIFUL designs, I thoroughly enjoyed watching (and listening) as you created and would LOVE to come to your under-15-minutes party … maybe we could get creative together 🙂

  2. Words can not even begin to express how much I appreciate your amazing videos. I love the techniques and all the cards. Thank you. Thank you.

  3. Hi Jennifer: I watch you so much, I feel like I know you! Your cards are absolutely fabulous – that foiling, you hit it out of the park. Always an inspiration, Thanks, Denise

  4. Love the Gerber daisies! Wow! Spectacular cards and the technique looks so easy! Can hardly wait to try it!

  5. W O W. These are all phenomenal! My favorite has to be the card completed with rainbow foil and black cardstock. Also like the die used. Once again, thank you for giving all of us viewers and followers your ideas and knowledge.

  6. Foiling is definitely a hot topic right now, I have always loved foiled cards they look so elegant and sophisticated, especially when they are made by someone as talented as you Jennifer! ❤️ All your work!!

  7. All such pretty cards thanks for showing us different ways to foil, love all the gerber daisies

  8. Thanks for the great tips. I love the foil look but can’t fit another machine in my ct\raft room so using my laminator is great idea.

  9. Oh my goodness Jennifer how easy you make everything look. I too haven’t the room for a foil machine so will use my laminater! The video is fabulous and I will definitely be doing some foiling very soon. All your cards here are just sublime. I’m so pleased I do not have to pick a favourite of your cards here as I don’t think I could. Thankyou Jennifer for sharing your talent and hard work. Xx

  10. I love jennifer. She is on when ever i am in my craft room. I have kearned so nuch from her. Thanks Jennifer for being so awesome.

  11. Your cards, as always, are so nice. Thanks for sharing the video. I am definitely going to give the foil a try

  12. I just fell in love with the foiling, so I ordered some. I can’t wait to try it. You are an inspiration Jennifer!

  13. thanks for another way to attach the foil.
    The cards are fantastic.

  14. Your cards are gorgeous. I love the foiling. I don’t have a laminator, but I think I’ll try this look with gold heat embossing. I love this Simon release — the Gerbera Daily background is stunning.

  15. I think I may need to borrow my dad’s laminator & give this a try! I love the rainbow foil on black! Thanks for the great ideas.

  16. You know I have not always been a fan of foiling but I have to say this seems rather easy and I don’t even have to buy anything but the foil (one of the reasons I’ve not been a fan)…so, now you’re making me re-think that. Very nice! PatriciaD

  17. I really like the foil accents as opposed to embossing you are spot on about the difference. Going to have to get me a laminator. And I need a stack of the Simon Fog cardstock-it’s so peaceful!

  18. Love all the cards, can’t wait to get my kit to play. I have new things for my wish list now also.

  19. TIP for foiling: After running your piece through the laminator, remove from parchment. Before you lift the foil sheet, use a teflon bone folder and gently but firmly press the foil against your cardstock. I use this technique when using foil + toner sheet images and it works beautifully. I get a much better foiled image this way!

  20. Jennifer, simplicity at it’s best. No more words needed. Thank you for the inspirations.

  21. Ppretty dot scallop die.
    My Mother’s favorite flower is daisies, and I’d love to make a card with the daisy background.

  22. Your cards using this technique are gorgeous. Will definitely be trying this technique. Thanks for all the inspiration.

  23. Fantastic cards! I’m always inspired by what you do . . . going to try these out. THANK YOU!

  24. I’ve been looking for more ways to use my foil and this stands out way more than embossing powder. Can’t wait to try it out — thank you!

  25. I don’t have a machine to do foiling, but these pretty cards really make me want one. What a great way to use the new daisy background stamp! Beautiful cards, Jennifer!

  26. I love your cards and your videos are so helpful. If anyone is interested, I recently picked up a mink foiler for only 30$ at Tuesday Morning. I was absolutely shocked and so far, I am happy with it. I look forward to more foiling techniques.

  27. Thank you so much for all your wonderful videos including this one! Your foiling tips + techniques are soooooo appreciated!

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