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Old 08-21-2006, 10:16 PM   #1  
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Default 2 questions about Shaving Cream technique

1 - Can i use a metallic reinker with this technique? If so, I assume I would have to spray it with matte finish after it drys (which I own but have never used!)

2 - Do I use glossy or Whisper white cardstock, or will either one work??

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Old 08-22-2006, 12:53 AM   #2  
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1. YES YOU CAN USE METALLIC RE-INKERS,I HAVE USE SILVER BEFORE..

2. I'VE ONLY USED GLOSSY PAPER. I DON'T KNOW IF REGULAR CARD STOCK WOULD WORK. SOMEONE CORRECT ME IF I'M WRON PLEASE..

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I've never tried the shaving cream technique with glossy - but use it all the time with whisper white. Works fine for me.

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I've used it with SU WW and with many other types of paper and cardstock. I've even done it on large white puzzle pieces.
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Yup, it works great on Whisper White!
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yes, used reinkers and used both glossy and whisper white.
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