Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Sea Foam


        We have a technique challenge for you at The Male Room this fortnight, we would like you to use shaving foam to marble your project, there are tutorials for you to watch if you haven't tried this before.
     I love marbling this way because the foam holds the patterns you make when water would continue to move, it's also a great thing to try with children.
     I used a couple of mica sprays on the foam and this piece is one of the end results, the first couple show some of the mica but after that it's mostly just the colour that sticks.
     All it needed was some beach type stamps to go with the swirling water effect, these were clear embossed over blue ink.
     Please pop over to The Male Room and join us, if you haven't tried this technique then watch the video and have a play.



I would like to enter this card in the following challenges:
Little Red Wagon - Surf's Up
Deep Ocean - Seaside / Beach


7 comments:

  1. I think your background is amazing. Love the colours, they work so well with the sea theme. Fabulous work. xxx

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  2. Lovely colours, great swirly background

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  3. Knew you'd be a pro with this technique! Love the aqua swirly sea, the touches of purple and the nostalgic looking stamps. Fabulous!

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  4. Swirly blues make a lovely sea scape background for your stamped images. Great card
    Louise x

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  5. Oh! how VERY beautiful, love the design you have managed to obtain. Love your stamps on the "sea foam"
    Faith
    x

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  6. This is a new technique to me and looking forward to giving it a go. Love the marbled effect you've achieved and love the mica spray you've used. Fabulous masculine card. Thank you for the inspiration x

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  7. This is a fantastic background, Rocky. So perfect for a beauty card. I really need to give this technique a try. Thanks for the inspiration! Thanks so much for joining us at Little Red Wagon!

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