Faux Watercolor Background with Rinea Foil

This month has been such a blast partnering with Rinea Foil! I’ve already shared two video tutorials with fun techniques using this fun product and Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps. You can check those out HERE (Distressing) & HERE (Ghost Ink). But today I have a fun new technique that is so much fun to play around with and make some unique backgrounds! Plus, all the “extras” you need you probably already have on hand! Watch the video tutorial below to see how to make a faux watercolor background with Rinea Foil!!

This technique is a lot of fun to experiment with and each time you do it, you will have a different result. One thing to know though is this technique does work best with the darker colors of Rinea Foil. On some of the lighter shades, especially the gold, the effect just doesn’t show up the best. Be sure to watch the video above for all the details!!

The background was so much fun, I didn’t want to overshadow it. I decided to go with silhouette stamp from Crackerbox & Suzy Stamp. To be sure I had the most solid stamped images possible I used Versamark ink and black embossing powder. Watch the video above to see how I put the front of the card together!

Finished 2.jpg

I wanted to keep the inside of this card nice and simple. I used the same silhouette stamp with Pixie Dust ink and stamped off the edge of the card stock for added interest!

Finished 6

I hope you all have enjoyed this month and all the projects with Rinea Foil and Crackerbox and Suzy Stamps! I had such a great time experimenting and finding new and fun ways to use this unique product! If you are interested in any of the supplies I used on my card today, you can find them all listed and linked down below!

Happy Crafting!!

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