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Webbing

I was introduced to spray webbing at one of the Club Scrap retreats and immediately fell in love with it! I found a long lost can of silver webbing in the back of my scrap closet and decided it needed some love. Set up some newspapers outside and spray.  A few special tips: it's smelly, messy and the results are more dramatic on darker paper.  Let dry for about 20 minutes.

 
 
 


 
Cards were created for the "It Takes Two" PSL challenge.
 
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Krylon-Webbing-Silver-Shiver/24741882
 


Comments

  1. Your cards are beautiful. I've never heard of webbing, but I love the effect. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. BEAUTIFUL marbling effect! Gosh that purple looks great with the silver.

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  3. Beautiful cards! and Halloween, anyone? Bee007l

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