I just realized the other day my post announcing my summer break never published! (This may or may not be because I left it as a draft and never scheduled it… oops….) ANYWAY! I’m back from that break… Kinda…
I’m not officially coming back till September. I still need some time to get some cards done and blog posts are written and pictures edited and all that stuff but behind the scenes, I’m back and working on stuff.
I do have a card to show you today but wanted to talk a little about what I’ve been up to the last few months as it ties into the card for today. If you want to skip to the card part just scroll down a bit.
For those of you who have followed along from the start you know, I always take this summer break to work on a show with a community theatre near me. This year’s show was HUGE!!! By far one of the biggest most challenging shows I’ve worked on.
A big cast a ton of props and costumes and a bunch of moving set pieces. There were definitely days where it felt like we never would get it together. The show closes this afternoon and I can honestly say this is one of the best shows I’ve worked on in the 9 years I’ve been working there.
This cast has been amazing and helpful to me and the other crew members!
I haven’t heard one of them complain about having to help with scene changes and I haven’t been told thank you that many times in years!
I don’t know how they managed to find this many amazing people and get them in one room together.
I really wanted to make all these amazing people thank you cards but I just didn’t have the time to get 30 thank you cards done so this blog post goes out to this amazing cast and crew!
Thank you for your hard work and for making this one of the best summer musicals!!
Now here’s your card!
Foil is so hard to photograph but I think I was able to get some of the shine in this picture!
I haven’t used the Therm-o-web transfer gel all that much but broke it out for this card.
The worst part is the waiting for it to dry. I usually let mine sit overnight although I’m sure you could probably use it after a few hours if you want. Other than that it’s super easy to use just spread it through a stencil and let it dry once it’s dry run it through your MINC/Laminator like you would any foil project! It really helps expand the possibilities of your foils!
You can find a full supply list down below!
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