Friday, August 5, 2016

VIDEO: Seaside Shore Hair Gel Card Tutorial

I'm not sure who was the first one to think of using hair gel on a greeting card. It certainly wasn't me! I first did this technique many years ago when I first started as a demonstrator. And the Seaside Shore stamp set seemed like a perfect set to bring back this technique.
VIDEO: Seaside Shore Hair Gel Card Tutorial for July Stamp of the Month Club Card Kit #stampinup www.juliedavison.com
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VIDEO: Seaside Shore Hair Gel Card Tutorial for July Stamp of the Month Club Card Kit #stampinup www.juliedavison.com
This card is not all that different from a regular card. I just added little bags of hair gel over the stamped images to add some fun texture and dimension to the finished card.

Disclaimer: I'm not sure about mailing a card with hair gel, so this is best as a hand-delivered card.

Watch my video tutorial for some tips on how to put this card together:


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2 comments:

Dena Novotny said...

Julie, very very cool card definitely going to try this technique and make this card!! You are a GREAT trainer!!

Penny Hanuszak said...

Julie I'm in love with the Seaside Shore stamp set and dsp so seeing your projects, has just totally inspired me to try a few different designs from what I've been making. I'm definitely going to try this hair gel technique. Your card is awesome and the video tutorial was so relaxing and easy to follow! Thanks for sharing your talents.