Hot Foil Stamping on Acetate

Hello friends! Today I’m showing you how you can hot foil on acetate.


I have a video that you can view down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.

I love trying out different ways to hot foil. Foiling on acetate was a first for me but there is a catch: it has to be heat resistant acetate. Most will say on the packaging if it is heat resistant.

My A2 card is created from acetate so I could have snowflakes as the cover. My scene is added to the inside of the card.

Everything is listed down below and on Youtube but I will briefly go over the supplies used. For the foiling, I’m using the Snowflake Background Hot Foil Plate and Prism Glimmer Foil.

I stamped images from Joy To The Woods, Winter Skies and the sentiment from Merry Messages.

I have been itching to use the Night Time sky Stencil in a Christmas scene. I ink blended with Tumbled Glass, Blueprint Sketch and Villainous Potion Distress Oxide Inks.

To set the scene for my critters I used the Hillside stencils and Stitched Hillside Borders.

I adore this scene and love how the foil looks on the front of the card. If you want to sign your name or write an additional message, you can do that on the back or switch up your sentiment so it’s smaller, leaving you more room to write.

Thanks for stopping by!


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  1. What a Beautiful card!!!

  2. HI, Mindy – This is beautiful w/ or w/o the acetate overlay. Beautiful card!
    Lori S in PA

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