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Shaving cream prints

Everyone has done it online, we are probably the last ones to do it, but we thought we’d post our experience and results anyways :)
2 days before Valentines Day we got inspired by The Chocolate Muffin Tree to do some shaving cream prints. Hers we so bright and well done I thought I would give it a try.

Nico was a little weirded out by it (Alex uses an electric razor so no shaving cream involved) but quickly took over the can and pressed really hard (it was actually hard for me).

Since I didn’t have liquid watercolors, didn’t think of watering down the paint or using food coloring at the time, I used acrylic paint. I had read the post 2 days before and was stunned by the result and totally forgot about what she had used exactly, lol.

So we squeezed out the acrylic paint colors Nico had chosen. He loved that part, he could have gone on all day just doing that but I stopped him.

I gave him a skewer stick to swirl up the paint, I showed him and let him go at it. He didn’t want to stop that either, lol. He had to or we would’ve ended up with brown muck.

Here is the results of that… pretty!

Then I put the paper on it and had him gently push down on it.

Then we pulled it up slowly.

I scraped the excess off  with a piece of cardboard (which had little pricks and that explains the little lines) and we got our first of MANY prints! He was so quick at it, the first one was the only one we had time to take a pic of! The longer you leave the shaving cream on, the darker the color were.

Eventually it turned into brown muck so we got rid of it and started new…. Check here to see what we did differently the second time around ;)

If you do this, we’d LOVE to see a photo of it. Email it to us or post it on our Facebook page. We’d love to do a Facebook album, a Pinterest board and a page of your creations :-)


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