A new player in the craft industry is Rinea Foiled Paper. I discovered this small business about three years ago and have been hooked ever sense! As a design team member I have played with this paper a lot. This year I have done videos for their channel and wanted to share a few with you.
Distress It with Alcohol Ink
This is my favorite substrate to use alcohol ink on. It creates the most amazing distressed look.
My favorite 3D embellishment to make with Rinea Foiled Paper are flowers!
Die Cut It!
Rinea Foiled Paper die cuts beautifully!
Ink It Up!
Lots of people don’t know you can ink on it too!
What is Your Favorite Way to Use Rinea Foiled Paper?
Or maybe I should ask, how would you use it? I hope you enjoyed this video round up of some of my favorite ways to use Rinea Foiled Paper.
I am super excited about today because it is the wonderful Rinea hop with my designer friends from the Designer Craft Connection Blog. This hop is personal because I am not only a design team member on the Rinea team, it also it the company that pulled me back into the industry. The designers in this hop are some of the best in the industry and I actually know a few of them in real life! Needless to say, this hop is special to me.
What is Rinea Foiled Paper?
Rinea Foiled Paper founder grew up in Germany in which she learned how to make a traditional German star using foiled paper. Upon returning to the United States she had a hard time finding the correct paper to pass on the tradition to her family, so she decided to find a manufacturer and bring it here. The name is the first two letters of her children followed by the initial of their last name. Since bringing it to the United States the company has grown into carrying many colors, sizes and tools that can be used with the foiled paper.
One of the things I am most impressed about Rinea Foiled Paper is how well it cuts delicate dies! For this card I die cute the butterfly and the mandala. I like to die cut two at a time. By cutting it in pairs it allows all the little bits to release from the die easier. I used the Starstruck in Blush to matte the focal point. To distress it I crumpled it up, ran some ink over it and flattened it out. I really like how it flattens back out while keeping the crumpled look. For the dog I cut the hat and cape out of Starstruck Lavender.
I like to mix the foiled paper with regular cardstock on projects otherwise the shine can be overwhelming. By using the foiled paper in place of cardstock in areas it really takes your project to another level.
Today I am over on the Rinea blog with an amazing tutorial on how to make these:
I used one die to make three different flowers. The die was originally created to make authentic German Stars at Christmas. However, my creative juices started flowing and I made more than just starts! Please check it out here: Rinea
I hope you enjoy and give it a try! The results are stunning!
I am over on the Rinea blog with an amped up Valentine’s Day inspired Chain! This is a great way to add a little festive love to your home. You can make a few strips of it and hang it off plantation shutters or your can connect the ends to create a beautiful wreath. Please stop by to see the picture tutorial and say hello!
Hello Friends! Today I am on the Rinea Blog with a tutorial on how to make Fortune Cookies! These are great as a place setting or as a treat holder. The possibilties are endless. The best part? They are super easy to make! Pleas stop by for a visit!