Under the Sea – Cards Using Chipboard and Foil

Under the Sea – Cards Using Chipboard and Foil

Sensational Seascape Cards


Jennifer Snyder here to share some seascape cards using sensational CE chipboard accented with the  Rinea Foil papers.   

All month long, Creative Embellishments has been featuring projects accented with foiled paper collections from Rinea.   The inspiration for my cards today started with the beautiful  Frosted Foil collection pack, full of turquoise and sapphire blues, silver and gold and used as backgrounds for the cards.   You’ll see in the card samples how nicely the foils look when textures, like embossing folders, have been added.  

  Look on the Creative Embellishments Blog for a variety of ways to use the fabulous Rinea products.  


stocking count

Rinea Frosted Foiled Paper collection

Here are the chipboard pieces used on the mermaid card.
The Mermaid chipboard has been painted the embellished with sequins from Buttons Galore and More.

The starfish and the seashell  chipboard pieces have been given a light whitewash using a sponge (white acrylic paint with water added to thin it out).  

Patriotic Slider Pop-up Card
Patriotic Slider Pop-up Card



Here is the second card today, featuring Creative Embellishments  – Gold Fish Shaker .
The shaker base has been heat embossed and filled with shaker mix from Buttons Galore.


                          Mitten shaker
                         Creative Embellishments  – Gold Fish Shaker 


The Frosted Foil paper was embossed and scrunched a bit to add extra texture.  After being glued to the card, I added the 3D fish buttons from Buttons Galore, and accent sequin bubbles.  

Thanks for stopping here.  Check out all the Rinea products.  

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