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Shaving Cream Marbling

Anne Marie has posted an interesting technique challenge over at Club Scrap.  Shaving Cream Marbling. I've seen this technique before and have thought about trying it, but was really inspired after seeing Anne Marie's final results.  What the heck...lets give it a try.  I had sooo much fun making a mess!  I made tons of card panels and am trying different things with them.  My first one was a failure, I kept telling myself that I was going to have to use Staz-on ink so the stamping wouldn't smudge but I didn't listen. But I love the second attempt! Next time I think I'll be a little bit more aggressive with the coloring.  I wasn't quite sure how the effect was going to turn out.

 
Supplies: Club Scrap Woven Strands papers, wooden embellishment. Shaving cream and CS re-inkers in Tangerine and Peridot to create marbled background. Embossing folder.
 
One of the wooden embellishments was broken when it arrived so I just broke off the other side and made three pieces which fit nicely on the panel.

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