I foiled a chipboard element, using the GoPress & Foil machine and blue-green heat-activated foil. The metal shim was needed to heat the chipboard.
Then I used the "left-over" negative that resulted from the first foiling to foil onto a piece of white cardstock. The foiled image was die-cut using one of the Crealies double-stitch circle dies. The circle was cut up into 4 pieces to position on the corners of the white card base.
The sentiment was die-cut from a piece of thick cardstock. I wanted it to be of similar thickness as the chipboard element, so I used the grey back page of an A5 notepad for this. The sentiment was then foiled, using the same technique as for the centre chipboard element.
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