Monday, January 22, 2018

Foiled Paper Embossed Frame

Here's another idea of what you can do with your scraps of Rinea Foiled Paper!
This idea is similar to the address book I up-cycled.
Supplies used:
1. Rinea Foiled Paper of your choice. I used a variety Glossy Foiled Paper. Basically  embossed scraps from leftover projects.
See the entire project here!

Saturday, January 20, 2018

Cinnamon Spice Heart Sachets

Nothing makes a room or car smell better than cinnamon and spices!
See how I made these simple cinnamon spiced heart sachets here!

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

You are Invited to a New Art Charm Swap!

You are Invited to a
❤ Artsy Heart ❤
Charm and ATC swap!

Limited to 20 participants

Please be *Creative*! (hence the theme)
Some  ideas:
Hand/ heart, small tin man
Flaming heart, tiny jar of hearts
Clay, fabric/canvas, wire wrapped, beaded, glittery
Glass soldered, metal/leather stamped, Foiled paper, love notes/envelop, resin…
Just make it artsy!


 ___ Using any materials you wish, please hand make your hearts. Add-ons and findings can be store bought.
 ___ Use silver or gold findings  (jump rings, pins, wire) with your charms.
 ___ Including the jump ring, your charms should be no longer than 1 ½”
 ___ All charms should be durable enough to be worn.
___ Please make and send 20 charms.


___ Please make and send 20 ATC’s.  These can be the traditional card size or heart shaped as long as they don’t exceed the ATC measurements of 2 ½” x 3 ½”.
___ The front side of your ATC should feature the theme of the swap.
___ The back side of the ATC is for your info: Name, date/ theme of swap, email, blog
If case you are interested, I have designed and sell a line of ATC rubber stamps.


 ___ Place each charm/ATC in a small zip lock bag.  ATC bags can be found in the beading isle of any craft store. They measure 3” x 4” and usually can accommodate both the charm and ATC.  You are also welcome to decoratively package each set.
___ Place all 20 packages in one large zip lock with the following:
  • A very clearly printed return address label
  • $6.50 Cash or a Check. This is for  1st class with tracking. Please no stamps.  If you need to use PayPal for return shipping, please pay $6.80.
Charms are due (by mail or hand delivered) no later than February 28th, 2018

Monday, January 8, 2018

Embossed Foil Address Book

 I wanted something bright and colorful to hold all of our friends and family addresses, Birthdays and any other special occasions. This project was a great way to use up all my scraps of Rinea Foiled Paper.
 I used a combination of Glossy Foiled Paper and Star Struck Foiled paper.
For this project, I only embossed the Glossy Foiled Paper.
Visit the Rinea blog to see the full tutorial!

Saturday, January 6, 2018

Glittery Owl Thank You Card

Hi Everyone!
This is my first post of the year for Blank Page Muse, formerly Sin City Stamps.
Every month on the 10th, all the Inspiration team members will participate in group blog hop.
Each month, the hop has a theme.
The theme for this months hop is Turquoise, silver and sparkle!

For my project, I made up this glittery, shimmery owl card.



  • Blank card plus white cardstock cut to size of card.
  • Ink pads- Turquoise, Pink, Purple and Black
  • Make-up sponges
  • Inka Gold- Turquoise, Violet and Silver
  • Tsukinko Champagne mist ink
  • Glue pen and water brush
  • Glitter and bling
  • Black pen

1. Ink the cardstock square using the make up sponge and turquoise ink. 
2. Ink the card edges.

3. Use the sponge to add pink onto one side of the card, follow up with the purple ink.

4. Use the sponge to ink the card edges in some purple.
5. Use the water color brush to add the turquoise and violet inka gold to the card.

6. Stamp the Medallion with each color ink onto the card. 
* To create the 'fading' effect, once I stamped the image with fresh ink, I stamped again elsewhere on the card with what ever ink was still on the stamp, this created a 'faded' effect.*
7. Repeat the same process with the Thank You stamp. 

8. Use the black ink pad to stamp your Owl and Branch.
9. Accent Owl and Medallions with the silver inka gold.
10. Refresh some outlines with the black pen if desired.

11. Adhere the painted card to the front of your blank card. 
12. Accent the border of the card with champagne mist ink.
13. Finish your card with glitter and bling!

Don't like glitter? Here's another version of the same card!

Thanks for coming by, comments welcome!
Don't forget to visit the blog for the rest of this months Inspiration!

Friday, December 22, 2017

Vintage Inspired Christmas Tree Light Reflectors

I've always loved the look of vintage tree light reflectors and I love how Rinea Foiled Papers can help achieve that look with out any fuss.
Because I was using the reflectors on our Mexican folk art tree, I wanted to use colors that were bright and festive. I used Rinea Glossy Foiled Paper because one side was colored and the other side was gold.
Cut your foiled paper in 1 ½" strip and score at the ½" mark. Use fringe scissors to cut up to the ½" line. Cut strips into 1" pieces.
Pick out 2-3 colors to layer. 
Place 1/4" strips of double stick tape at the top of each strip. A ball point pen is about the same size as a Christmas tree light, so use that as your wrapping base. Wrap a un-taped fringed square around the pen. Then add the 2nd squarewith tape and then the 3rd square.

Before slipping these over any lights, fringed reflectors. 
I personally love how these look on colored lights, they remind me of childhood trips to mexico during the holidays with my Dad.
Thanks for stopping by and Merry Christmas! 


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