Last week I updated the old Shaving Cream Tutorial. For my sample I used Frayed Burlap and Spiced Marmalade Distress Re-inker on Neenah Solar White cardstock. The background was cut and embossed with a Classic Circle Nestabilities die.

The image is from TCP’s Fright Night stamp set. It was stamped in Versamagic Midnight Black in the center of the Shaving Cream circle. It was stitched on a slightly larger white cardstock circle, then on a piece of black cardstock, cut and embossed with the largest Beaded Circle Nestabilities die.

The sentiment is also from Fright Night and was stamped in Midnight Black on a piece of white cardstock cut and embossed with a small classic circle Nestabilities die. It was adhered to the left hand side of the image. Rhinestones were adhered to each of the beaded circles.

A 3 1/2″ x 4 1/2″ piece of Authentic Glowing Paper was stitched to a 4 1/2″ square of MME Lost & Found paper. White Crochet Lace and ribbon was died around the layers before they were a  4 3/4″ square of More Mustard paper. The card base is a 5″ x 10″ piece of black cardstock folded in half. A Finesse swirl was cut up and adhered to the lower left and upper right of the image.

Here is a video for the visual learner:

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Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!
Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

13 Responses to “Video tutorial for SCS – Shaving Cream Technique”

  1. FABULOUS!!

  2. I have to say that this is probably one of my very favorite videos…So easy and yet the background turns out so perfect! Love all of it Beate! I just love visiting you…You always give me inspiration with every post! Have a great week my friend!

  3. Beate, your background turned out so good! Wow! I must try this again soon. Gosh it’s been years! Probably since the original was posted on SCS….hehe!
    Your card is awesome! Love that tree stamped on the background. It looks cool!

  4. Beate, this is a wonderful card! I never think to use this technique – thanks for the reminder, and for always inspiring me to try something new (or old and forgotten!)…hugs!

  5. This card is really great! I love the
    shaving cream techinque you used. Thanks
    for the video, they are always helpful.

  6. this is so fun! i have never seen this before and i love it! beautiful background and card, Beate! love it!

  7. Amazing background in here … i have never seen this before … i love it ‘s beautiful background of the cards ….

  8. how cool is that the background is just perfect for that tree image!!!

  9. woww Beate this technique pleases me well.
    The depiction is magnificent.
    Thank you very much for this video
    hugs

  10. Yes!! I’m agree with you!! Thanks for your sharing and i will drop here if i have time!!

    That’s right!! Great opinion!! Thanks for your sharing!!

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  11. What fun. I love the swirls you were able to achieve using the stick… Now why couldn’t I think of that! Thanks again for another great tutorial, Beate. Love how the background looks on your super fun and gorgeous card!

  12. I’ll bet the shaving cream manufacturers never thought of this technique as a way to sell more shaving cream! Great tutorial.

  13. Good lord !! I was looking for some guidance on the queries I had… your words really fit into the answers to my questions. It was mind boggling and informative as well. I will definitely look forward for some more from you.

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