{Nail Polish} Marbling Day 2

Saturday, May 10, 2014

 
Good Afternoon!
As I shared yesterday, I made a second marbled piece using nail polish.
I used a sketch from Retro Sketches as a staring point for this card's design.

 
 
 
Here are the directions from yesterday's post in case you missed it:
{Using an old shallow container {I used an old plastic take out container}filled with about an inch of water, I drizzled each color of nail polish onto the water's surface.  Using the end of a thin paint brush, I swirled the polish colors together until it looked cool.
Working rather quickly, I placed a piece of water color paper face down onto the swirls and then removed it.  The nail polish adheres quickly to the paper.  I set it aside to dry and then you are left with the most gorgeous paper to work with!}
 
 
Have a great weekend and
Happy Mother's Day!

 

Cardstock: PTI White, Summer Sunrise
Stamps: WP9 Fresh Cut Florals
Ink: Versafine Onyx
Dies: WP9 Quilt Cuts 2
Other: Nail Polish, MME Enamel Dots

17 comments :

  1. This is so very cool. Love it.

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  2. I love this Kara, it's so gorgeous! So happy you played along this week!

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  3. This is beautiful! I loved it so much I just had to try it!! Too cool! Thanks for sharing the technique!!

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  4. Super cool effect. Clever you. Love your card, Kara!

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  5. Awesome card! The nail polish gives an amazing look on the water color paper!!

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  6. Love the colors you have combined and the cool marbled effect is great with the traditional quilt pattern - fabulous card!

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  7. wow thanks for the technique!

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  8. Your marbled results are stunning. Guess I'll have to splurge on some brightly-colored nail polish and swirl them with water. TFS!

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  9. Kara this looks so amazing, this technique just blows me away!

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  10. Amazing! You come up with the best stuff Kara, or properly said the best techniques! Gorgeous card!

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  11. This is SO cool! I wondered how you did that...kind of like the old shaving cream technique but MUCH brighter!

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