Friday, August 19, 2011

Background Shaving cream

 Okay I promise you yesterday that my craft room will smell like a men and trust me you do not need any of them to have that smell HA ... No really this is fun technique to do so get your card stock ready, white, glossy or shimmer,some re-inker, shaving cream (cheap one work best) and come have fun with me while watching the video.  The color of re-inker that I use for this one is Cajun Craze, More Mustard, Old Olive and Cherry Cobbler (only a little of the Cheery cobbler). You can use all kind of color I love fall color so this is what I choose for this one but blues are great for effect of water. Happy Friday you all till next time go explore the shaving cream in your craft project it's a fun one!



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8 comments:

Lucie said...

Hello Frenchie! nice technique, thank you for sharing it with us. Every morning I look forward to see what you have in store for us, keep up the good work!!

sandy said...

your scrapbook pages are WONDERFUL!! So many eye-pleasing designs. Keep up the great work. I love youor ideas.

Mary said...

Hadn't ever seen this done, thanks for the video!

Anonymous said...

Oh wow that is a cool one, I love all the colors. Thanks for showing how it's done. I have heard of it before but didn't know how to do it.Mary L.

littlebitoftoto said...

Love your blog...have seen this before but forgot about it,so thanks for the reminder.

Joan said...

I am a new follower and am really enjoying your tutorials. And the fact that you're not afraid to get messy! I had learned this technique many years ago from a Stampin'Up club, but had forgotten about it-think I even still have the shaving cream! So, I'm definitely going to try it again. Thanks!

HugoVasey said...

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Brenda said...

As always this is a fabulous tutorial. Thank you!

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