Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Shopping Our Stash Challenge 9 Technique Turn Back

I call this Guacamole by the Pool...or Carla experiments with the shaving cream background technique!

This week at SOS we have this fun challenge:

Do you have some supplies gathering dust for a special technique that you haven't used in awhile (or ever)? Perhaps some Dreamweaver stencils, quilling, alcohol inks, shaving cream backgrounds, brayer techniques, melted crayon backgrounds, microfine glitter and scor-tape, even coloring with a different medium than you usually use? Dust off those supplies and create something new! You aren't limited to those suggestions, but be sure to tell us what technique you are using.

I played with the shaving cream background technique...It was fun and I think I will try it again sometime. Here's a link to a tutorial. I used Distress reinkers and tried it with glossy cardstock and regular Gina K layering weight..both worked well.

I stamped a sentiment from Unity on the card, added some ribbon, and voila! The cardstock base/layer is from Gina K too. Misc ribbons.

I hope you will challenge yourself this week and join us!

I am also entering this into All Things Unity- ribbon or twine!


Imke said...

Carla, you made me smile...Guacamole...!! Great technique, i like it !!

Paige said...

Your card looks yummy! This is one technique I always had trouble with - never liked my results. but yours is yummy!

Crystal said...

Fabulous colour on this card and ever since you mentioned guacamole it's all I've been craving LOL!

StampinCathy said...

Beautiful card and just love this technique. Thanks for playing along with us at ATU!

Lisa - papergrace said...

Mmmm....guacamole. :D Heehee! I love the colors you chose, Carla! I don't know if I would've picked them & yet I LOOOOVE them. So beautiful, calm and yummy. ;) I adore this and I am still destined to try this technique.

Plumrose Lane said...

That's really a fabulous background ~ hmmmm, wonder how I can reproduce that digitally?? ;D Gorgeous creation Carla!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

What a beautiful background and technique! LOOOVE the colors--great job! Thanks so much for playing along and joining in the fun over at ATU!