Saturday, 9 August 2008

New Kanban Christmas, Egyptian and Art Deco toppers, concept cards, pyramage and adhesive ribbons

Lots of new Kanban goodies are in store now at Foil Play. Check out the newly released Christmas goodies, which include die cut and foiled topper sheets and flitter glittered die cut pyramage sheets like the cut polar bears above.

With pyramage sheets, you pop out all the different sized shapes of the image, then layer them on top of each other with foam pads, starting with the largest at the base and the smallest at the top, to create a 3D pyramid effect. No scissors are needed, as the sheets are die cut.
Concept card packs contain a foiled die cut A4 sheet and co-ordinating envelope. Each pack makes one finished card, with extra die cut elements to use on other projects. The sheets are die cut, so no scissors are needed - all you need to complete the card is your choice of adhesive.

If you are new to card making, concept cards will enable you to make stunning cards quickly and easily. For experienced crafters, the packs can be used with other products, to create cards on a more advanced level.If you'd like to add a little extra sparkle to your cards, why not add a bit of Kanban Bling - mixed colour packs of 3mm or 5mm round self adhesive sparkly gems.
To co-ordinate with all the beautiful toppers, there is also a gorgeous range of foiled cardstock, to add extra glitz and glamour to your Christmas projects, along with a selection of foiled adhesive paper ribbon borders. All of these Christmas goodies featured in a recent QVC TSV - so if you missed out on that, or would like to top up on your favourite designs, check out the selection at Foil Play.

Also new for Christmas, a selection of pop up card kits. Each individually bagged card kit contains: A4 white pop up inner, A4 coloured outer card, envelope and instructions sheet to make an A5 pop up Christmas card. Pop out the waste elements from the pop up inner and decorate with the materials of your choice (e.g. patterned paper, glitter, paint or other colouring medium), adhere to the outer card and decorate the outside of the card too.

Also new in this weekend:

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