Go Girl with Foil Accents

Go Girl with Foil Accents

Hello friends! I’m here with a new video! In today’s video, I create some fun and stylish girls with the Go Girl Combo Set. I had so much fun playing with this set, felt like I was playing with paper dolls, so fun changing their hairstyles and clothing. Also see how I use foil accents to really make these girls shine!

Go Girl with Foil Accents

Watch below or on my YouTube channel.

First I stamped the head and shoulders of the three times in light colored inks (Whisper, Gina K. Amalgam Ink & Tea Dye Distress Ink) on three skin tones shades of colored cardstock. I then stamped lips on each girl as well (Red Velvet Gina K., Versamark, & Worn Lipstick Distress Ink). Next, I die cut three different hair styles using the Go Girl matching dies out of different colored cardstocks. I then die cut the sunglasses out of white cardstock.


To create the foiled lens for the glasses, I first ran some white cardstock through my Xyron Sticker Maker and then adhered Summer Rainbow DecoFoil to the sticky side of the cardstock. Next, I diecut the now foiled pieces of cardstock with the sunglasses die 3 times and then popped out the lens and then put them into the white frames, using a piece of tape to hold them in place.

Next, I placed the hair and sunglasses over the stamped girls and then traced around the hair with a pencil. I then fussy cut around each girl. Next, to create the shirt for each girl, I first stamped stripes from the Go Girl Stamp Set onto different colored cardstocks, in corresponding shades of ink (Red Velvet Gina K. Ink, Wild Dandelion Gina K. Ink, & Tangerine Twist Gina K. Ink). I then die cut the striped sections with the blouse die from the Go Girl die set.


With the shirts done I had everything to put the girls together. Once the girls were all glued together, I then used my copics to add a slight shadow under the chin to visually separate the chin and neck a bit more. I then finished the A10 card by stamping sentiments on three InstaLove Frames then glueing the girls inside and then adding them onto the card front with craft foam support.

I hope you enjoyed today’s card and video! Thank you so much for stopping by!



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