I got to experiment more with paper marbling the other day. I say experiment, because I don't quite think they're up to selling standard yet! I'm really loving the blues and pinks, but I can't wait to use more colours. There's a bit of yellow, green, and black in there, but I'm still yet to refine the process!
Here's some photos of the final creations. Still a lot of learning to do, but hopefully I'll be able to combine this DIY technique with other sketches and typography I've been working on! I'm not sure what I'll do with these ones, but let me know what you think of them :)
I'm constantly on the hunt for little DIY projects that can enhance my craft abilities. You've already seen some of the stencils cards I make, as well as some sketches and things that keep me busy. But I thought it was about time I did something a bit messier, and something that wasn't so... controlled. Long story short, I discovered how to make marbled paper out of shaving foam and food colouring.
I won't take all the credit for this amazing DIY hack; I followed the instructions here. These were honestly so fun to make, and I have endless possibilities for this craft. I could seriously spend a whole day doing this!
The best thing about this is that each time you do it, what you'll get will always be different. You never quite know what the finished product will look like, and that element of surprise is always fun to explore. Maybe have a go yourself and see what wonderful paper marbling magic you can create!
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