My try at the Faux Shaving Cream technique. I stamped over it with perfect plum after attempting to swirl them in some. Created an interesting texture. I'll have to play with this one more. Luckily I found this ribbon at Michael's and it matches perfectly.
Just a little background to this color combo. This was the first papers and ink pads I bought from SU! back in 1997. Check out the old stamp pads. Still running good. I have the reinkers now, but havn't needed to use them yet. (I do store them upside down, and they where in an air tight container for four years in storage). Still going strong!! Yes, the paper is the newer dye lots, the older one (I just used the last sheets last week) where a little thicker and a little deeper in color. Isn't that funny? lol
Date: Thursday, April 19, 2007 GMT Views: 1637
Registered: March 15, 2005 Location: Iowa Posts: 7290
Thu, Apr 19, 2007 @ 4:48 AM
Wow, I love this one too, and I love how you did the ribbon. What a neat way to do it, tfs
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