Trees from Rooted in Nature with the Shaving Cream Technique

In a recent technique class, we used shaving cream to create unique backgrounds. Today I have another one of the cards.

Tips:

  • This time I have used the panel created by the shaving cream to die cut some trees.
  • Here is a recap of the technique:
    • Add a layer of shaving cream to a paper plate or other flat surface. The layer only needs to be about 1-2cm thick. Make the layer wide enough so that a piece of cardstock will fit over it.
    • Smooth out the shaving cream with an old gift card or a thick piece of cardstock.
    • Randomly add drops of desired colour inks over the surface of the shaving cream – four or five drops all up will be more than enough. Remember – less is more.
    • Take a skewer or paddle pop stick and gently swirl the ink around to mix the colour. Do not mix too much or you will be left with a muddy look.
    • Lay the cardstock flat on the shaving cream then lift straight up. Use the thick cardstock or paddle pop stick to scrape off the excess shaving cream. Polish with a paper towel and decorate as desired.
  • Sponge a piece of Whisper White cardstock with Soft Sky and Soft Sea Foam to create a background. Stamp some trees from Rooted in Nature using Soft Suede ink. Add the die cut trees with Dimensionals in front of the stamped images. Add a sentiment.
  • Layer the art panel with Soft Suede and attach to a Thick Very Vanilla card base.
  •  Supplies:
    • Stamp Set: Rooted in Nature
    • Cardstock: Thick Very Vanilla, Very Vanilla, Whisper White, Soft Suede
    • Ink for art panel: Soft Sea Foam, Soft Sky, Soft Suede
    • Ink for shaving cream panel: Poppy Parade, Mango Melody
    • Accessories: Nature’s Roots Framelits, Dimensionals, Shaving Cream

… a little on the inside and envelope too


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