For this card I decided to do some gold foiling on black. I was worried that when I printed my design I wouldn't be able to see the black toner on my black paper, but it really wasn't hard. It gives a sort of tone on tone look so it's easy to work with. For my foiling I use an ancient laminator from Scotch that I've had for YEARS and it works well as long as you let it heat up for a good 20 minutes before using.
After foiling my panel using a digital paper I had in my (digital) stash, I cut a section out and wrapped some gold thread around and around and around, securing it on the back with some tape. I tied a bow using the same thread and added my sentiment die, which is stacked 4 high for dimension. I finished my card off using some scattered gold sequins. Sometimes I don't know when to stop with sequins, but for this card I think it works. I love the classy gold and black color combo. I think it has inspired me to start using my foils more often. Especially with the holidays coming up.
Painted Thanks die from Simon Says Stamp
Gold Metallic Thread by Coats & Clark
Sparkle and Shine Sequin Mix from Simon Says Stamp