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Posted by on Jul 13, 2017 in Faux Marbleing, Hello Friend, Rose Garden, Rose Wonder, Touches of Texture | 0 comments

Faux Marbling technique

So life has been a little crazy.  The “other” has been sick. Work has been wild. And messed up internet services.  Has kept me away from you guys for a few days! I’m happy to be back sharing with you today….

I am a technique junkie. Love trying new techniques and revisiting an old technique.  The Shaving Cream marbling Technique has been around for quite a while.  But, recently it has made a reappearance.  One of those everything old is new again things… This technique is loads of fun!! It contains just the right amount of messy!  There are may ways of doing this technique. I experimented with using catalyst to pick up colors and placing them in specific areas for the marbling look.  I also made some just single colored marbled paper.   After I was done making my paper. I set out to make a few cards.  If you fallow my Instagram then you have seen a few sneak peeks of Christmas cards using the paper I made.  You can find me @westsidepaper This month I am filling my Instagram with Christmas in July.  Each day I’m making a new Christmas Card.

I love soft color combinations. And this technique lends itself well to soft colors because often you will achieve a muted look especially when using a catalyst.  For today’s cards I used Soft Sky, Daffodil Delight, and Lemon Lime Twist.  Daffodil Delight and Lemon Lime Twist are not necessarily soft colors. But, they become muted versions of themselves when marbling.

I have been working on my college abilities.

 I love the layers of texture you can create with just stamps.  This  was the perfect opportunity to practice!!

#practicemakesprogress

  • After marbling the paper I added very thin layer of embossing paste in certain areas to create even more texture and depth of color
  • The next step was to add the college elements with versa mark and embossing powder or color ink and clear embossing powder.  The specks are just stamped in peekaboo peach
  • The stamps for the college came from two sets Hello Friend and Touches of Textures
  • Finally adding the fussy cut hello

The second card I decided to keep quite simple!

 Just adding a few elements to help the background shine❤

  • These soft colors really work well for sympathy cards. They just seem soothing
  • The Rose Wonder Stamp Set and Rose Garden Dies  has some amazing elements that are perfect for clean and simple cards
  • The silver thread adds just a little touch of shimmer

Each of your comments makes me smile! Please, comment HERE.

Here’s one more look at today’s  cards. Also, if you would like to see bolder marbling check out this post.

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Below is a list of products used in making this card! If you have any questions feel free to comment below

Supply List

 I am so very happy to be sharing with you today!  I hope each of you have a wonderful day.  And that you find a moment to be creative!!!
Peace & Love-

Jennifer

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