Friday, November 2, 2012

P2P.......Shaving Cream Printing on Fabric

The Permission 2 Play Group

Plays with Shaving Cream

Check out the Slide Show Below:

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Please Join Us:

Thursday, November 15, 2012 @ 1:00

Technique:  Melt 'N Blend Crayon Quilts

Instructor:  Virginia Gregory

CLICK HERE to view:  P2P Classes

Permission 2 Play is a FREE class offering for cancer 

diagnosed patients.

No Experience is necessary to participate.

All supplies are provided for the students.

Classes are held at JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop in 

Philomath, Oregon

If you are interested in joining this class contact:

LuAnn Kessi

Many Thanks to JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop in 

Philomath, Oregon for your support. This class would 

not be possible without you!

A BIG Thank You to OSU Folk Thrift Store, Mary's 

River Quilt Guild and those who provide funding to 

purchase the needed supplies for these FREE classes 

offered to cancer diagnosed patients.

Our Best To You,

Nancy Bryant
Virginia Gregory
Kathi Borrego
LuAnn Kessi


Monika said...

Ooh. I will just have to try this! IThe colours are so yummy, and I've always loved to play with shaving creme ;-) (I used to work with under 3y olds). I liked it in your recent post, but the Smilebox slides really told the storry! Do you think it works the same with cotton and Septacolor? xo from New Zealand

LuAnn Kessi said...

Hi Monika,
So glad you enjoyed the shaving cream class. If you don't have silk or dye na flow, then try it with what you have. The silk allows the paint to flow and marble across the surface. The setacolor may smear when you scrape off the shaving cream? You just have to try it and see what you get.
Have FUN,

Darcy Berg said...

Nice! I enjoy your blog very much.

Thank you.

Darcy Berg

Guila Greer said...

How many prints were you able to pull from one prepared shaving cream "plate"?

I'm loving what I see here and plan to try fabric very soon.


LuAnn Kessi said...

Hi Guila,

One mono print is created from each shaving cream plate. However, the residual ink left behind can be seen in the following print (new ink applied on top) as somewhat of a background, which I think is very interesting.

LuAnn in Oregon