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Just Us Girls are Shaving!

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Hi Friends,

 Did my title get your attention?  LOL

 Well, over at Just Us Girls this week my good friend Sharyn is hosting

 and she challenged us girls to break out the shaving cream!

 If you have never made your own background paper before using this

 technique your missing out!  Here is a great Link from Gina K to get you started.

I had so much fun I made 6 pieces of paper in all different colors for future use!

I also want to thank Barbara Campbell for being such a wonderful Guest Designer

with us this past month!  You out did yourself GIRL!

I paired this technique up with this simple and versatile Sketch over at Seize the Sketch!

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Along with the Patriotic color challenge of Red, White and Blue from the Mod Squad.

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A few card details:

The stamps I used for this set were a mixture of Stampin UP-Simply Stars

and the smaller stars are from a Gina K stamp set called Out West 2.

I saw this quote this week in the newspaper and loved it so much

that I decided to print it from my computer!

I made the dashes with a pen!

Now,  Please head on over to Just Us Girls and check out my creative teammates

work and break out that shaving cream an ink and join us!

Then stop by the Mod Squad and Seize the Sketch too!

Hope to see you over at all these wonderful places!

Nanc’

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17 thoughts on “Just Us Girls are Shaving!

  1. Great quote and love the red, white and blue. Wonderful take on the challenge.

  2. Oh I love this technique using the darker colors! A fabulous card~

  3. I love your patriotic red, white and blue card…..great colors! Love the stars and the sentiment too! Great job, my friend!

  4. Love the navy with the red! Very cool effect! Pretty patriotic card!

  5. Love your card and that shaving cream background paper is really awesome. I still have some around that I did year’s back I should make use of. I like the colors of yours better though.

  6. Love your card Nancy, especially the red, white & blue colors. That is a great quote also. This technique looks fun and you did a great job with it. I will have to give it a try. Have a great weekend my Friend.

  7. Love this red, white and blue star card! That background is wonderful!Thanks for playing along with us at Seize The Sketch.

  8. Oh my, I love how your background turned out with the blue and red! It really makes those stars pop. It is very bold and moving, I love it!

  9. So fun Nancy! The inky background looks fantastic! Thanks for joining along with STS 🙂

  10. Wow! Love your shaving cream background – the festive stars are the perfect touch!!

  11. Nancy, I just love this card and the shaving cream technique that you did. I must remember to cut out pieces to use after the technique is done. Sometimes I think that a strong BG can take away for the rest of the card, but you showed me that it doesn’t have to. Grrrreat job!

  12. Fabulous, love the R, W & B shaving cream background you created! It seems when I do this technique it becomes a muddy mess lol Well done!

  13. OMGosh, I LOVE your BG! Paired with the stars and FAB sentiment, it is FANTASTIC! Can’t wait to see you Tuesday night!

  14. That is a WOW card! Love the background too!! So glad you got to play along with us at Mod Squad!

  15. LOVE and that background is awesome!!! Thanks for joining us on Seize the Sketch!!

  16. I love the shaving cream technique! Gorgeous colors and I LOVE all those stars!! Thanks for joining us at Seize the Sketch using my sketch this week – you rocked it!! hugs

  17. Too cool! The shaving cream technique you used looks fabulous with those colors. Thanks for joining us at Seize the Sketch!

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