Every couple of weeks, the Meade Girls, my stamping group, has a challenge. This time, because she 'won' the last challenge, Jane got to chose what our challenge would be. Well, we went to a shoebox swap a couple weeks ago and one of the cards used a panel made with the shaving cream technique. Jane was SO enamoured with this technique that she challenged us to create a card using the shaving cream technique. I had used this technique many years ago but it was fun to do it again! Of course, with my stamping room being such a mess, I couldn't find all of my reinkers, but I did find two- Pixie Pink and Night of Navy- so, that's what I had to work with...and here is my card:
I had taken pictures of each step while doing the technique so that I could post a picture tutorial, but my camera is acting wonky and won't upload them to my computer...it keeps telling me that they're already uploaded when I KNOW that they're NOT! Anyway, that'll be for another day...I used Sherrod Studio's Ella for the main image. Ella is stamped on GP110 white cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored with Copics. I used my Nesties to cut out the main image. All papers are Stampin' Up- Night of Navy, Pixie Pink, white glossy, except for the GP110 on the main image. I used the "One of a Kind" stamp from Sherrod Studio's Gracie stamp set and punched it out using the oval and scallop oval punches. The ribbon is from the Offray Ribbon Outlet. I adhered pink and navy dew drops using Crystal Effects.
I hope that you are having a great Sunday!! It's beautiful here- VERY fall-like! I'm off now to make my soup! Go Ravens!
10 hours ago