Friday, January 29, 2016

Totally Techniques: Shaving Foam Technique




Good morning stampers!

This month's technique is called Shaving Foam Technique! It's a really fun (could be a little messy but not too bad) technique. This was my first time trying this technique so I used it for a background panel.





I'm featuring the lots of Stampin' Up! Melon Mambo!!! Hope you like pink! Of course I have my Rhinestone Basic Jewels as I like the sparkle they add :D
  • I also used Chocolate Chip paper,
  • Whisper White paper,
  • It's My Party Designer Paper Pack from Occasions Catalog,
  • and the Remarkable You Stamp Set.

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Shaving Foam Technique

    Hoping these pictures help.  It's really a lot of fun :D

       Start with Paper Plate and Shaving Foam. 
      Then add drops of ink (Stampin' Up! re-inkers). And begin mixing.


      Then Mix.


      Then Place paper over the cream.


      Lift.  I used the Stampin' Up! Bone Tool to wipe it away (need something with a clean, flat edge).


      And wipe away Shaving Foam.
      And you have a beautiful background :D



        Total Techniques Team

        Let's continue to check out more masterpieces!

        Patrice Halliday-Larsen

        Amy Koenders

        Lee Conrey

        Shelagh Freemantle

        Marine Wiplier

        Erna Logtenberg

        Heather Wright-Porto --- you are here - thanks for visiting me!

        Shannean Moncrieff

        Nadine Weiner

        Alison Solven


        The next blog on this totally awesome, Totally Techniques blog hop is Shannean Moncrieff!



        Occasions Catalog: Botanical Blooms

        I've been featuring the It's My Party designer series paper in my last 2 posts, however, check out the beautiful Botanical Blooms collection of Stampin' Up! products! Join us today!




        10 comments:

        1. So pretty Heather! Love your flower image and your background turned out great!

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        2. WOW - love how your colours just pop off the page - the colour combo is gorgeous!

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        3. Gorgeous card Heather! So bold and bright. . . I love that stamp set and am always looking for ways to use it - this is a great idea. Cheers Shanni

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        4. Shelagh FreemantleJanuary 29, 2016 at 8:11 PM

          Very stunning!!! Great job Heather.....it is very pretty. Hugs from Shelagh.

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        5. Oh Heather, your card is gorgeous, loving the bright colours you used.

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        6. what a great technique, your card is lovely!! X

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