Hey Crafty Friends! Let’s have some messy fun today and create shaving cream paint! I know that usually it’s used with the kids for finger painting, but you can take it to a whole ‘nother level by using stencils and a heat gun to create layers of translucent color and freckled textures.
I have this video for you- I was originally an hour-long Periscope. (By the way, you don’t need the Periscope app to watch anymore- you can see the replays right on my Periscope channel.) However, I did some editing and now it’s a tidy 8 1/2 minutes.
I’ve done this technique on watercolor paper, heavy cardstock, manilla folders…. they all work great!
Sadly, I left a lot of my paper behind in Ohio so I don’t have samples to show you…but I have a feeling I’ll be making more soon!
Lastly- if you want to participate in our One Little Tag craft challenge, visit me on Facebook and join the group! It’s free, fun, and NO PRESSURE- just lots of support, ideas, and fun techniques and prompts to keep your creative juices flowing.
Have fun, and I’d love to hear if you’ve used this technique!
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