September 12, 2013

Featured Card ...

Hi Everybody,

Spectrum Noir  have added a new video I have made to their Blog page and you will find it here ...  Shaving Foam Technique

It is not a long video but it shows you what I have done to create the card and the end result ... and it is part of my commitment to being a Design Team Member.

There are many ways and many kits that you can buy that will create the marbling on your cards but they can be expensive.

This is a cheap way and it gives you the same result.  It is a simple idea and one that as been around for a long time and the whole thing is messy but fun.



 My tin of shaving foam cost me a whole 29 pence .... so it's not going to break the bank then ... and I can get a lot of use from the one can.

Once you have the foam on your card .... and any card will do... there are other things that you can do to it.

This panel has been embossed and then rubbed over with Gilding Cream and I have edged it with a black liner pen ... and it is not supposed to be a straight line !! ....


This one has been heat embossed and edged with the Spectrum Noir pen that matched the ink used in the background.

I think the whole effect is very striking and when other embellishment are added it will be a card that not even you can replicate.

Which is all part of the fun .... no two will ever be the same.

I hope you enjoy the short tutorial



Before I go I have been asked about the GNPE show in Harogate

It is on the 5th and 6th of October this year, at the showground, and you can buy your tickets from Craftwork Cards  ...

There is also a craft show on  12th 13th 14th September at Event City in Manchester 

The  "Sincerely Yours" Craft Fair  will be at  the Sports Village in Leigh, Lancashire is on the 12th and 13th October... some good dates for your diary and  if you go then enjoy yourself and don't spend too much

More tomorrow ...

Hugs xx






6 comments:

  1. I have never tried this technique Christina but I love the effects you have achieved. Pat x

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  2. What a wonderful technique and one that I have never tried before. I have loads of shaving foam, thanks to my son. lol So might have to give this one a go. Hugs, Jen xx
    Krafty Keepsakes

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  3. LOVE this technique and need to give it a try! The effects are amazing! I have seen this before but never have tried it. THanks for the inspiration-very cool Christina!
    Sherrie K

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  4. Absolutely gorgeous, Christina!! The effect looks amazing!! I have a little can of shaving cream that I used on a Halloween project last year - I'll have to give this a try!! Have a great day :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  5. Hi, love the card! Must try the shaving foam myself.

    Irene

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  6. I did try this method after watching your video on shaving cream last week. I had a blast! I must say yes it can be messy, but the end result was so worth it. I did several peices to have for more cards. Thanks so much for all the info you share. You are the best. I love watching the videos.

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