Marbling - Monday Montage

It's another Monday Montage Blog Hop! I love it and can't wait to see what everyone has created! The cards I have to share with you today are pretty simple but have a definite wow factor! I think you are going to love them!

The other day I was browsing Pinterest and I came across this awesome marbling technique! I knew I had to try it the second I got home that day, and I did just that! It was so much fun; I got a little carried away and made about a dozen different sheets.

So, I bet you are asking "How in the world did you do this????" Well, it was pretty simple to do. First, you need a shallow pan with a couple of inches of water in it. Then, add several drops of reinker in the colors of your choice. You can swirl the color around if you'd like, but it moved on its own just fine for me. Next, lay a piece of Whisper White Card Stock (yes just normal card stock, it surprisingly didn't curl) into the water and pick it up when it is all saturated with water. Then just lay it on scrap paper to dry! (Note: It did take forever for them to dry, so plan accordingly.)

The best part was that you never new what the results were going to be! I loved how this piece had a circle, which was perfect to frame a sentiment! I got the best results when I worked kind of fast. The color settles to the bottom and you can use the same water for different colors (I used the same pan of water for all of these cards).

I didn't want to cover up any of the beautiful marbling, so I just simply stamped a sentiment on them. I love the style and sayings in the Feel Goods stamp set, so I made a card using each stamp. The sentiments are actually heat embossed in Silver, which gives them some shine that goes well with all the different colors.

Lastly, a couple of Rhinestones on each card finished them off beautifully. They just provided a little bit extra shine and interest!
Stampin' Supplies:
  • Feel Goods Stamp Set
  • Versa Mark
  • Silver Embossing Powder, Embossing Buddy, and Heat Tool
  • Whisper White Card Stock
  • Ink Refills in a variety of colors
  • Basic Rhinestone Jewels
  • Pan of Water
So are you going to give marbling a try??? I would love to see your creations (just leave a link in the comments)! Be sure to click the "Next" button below to see some more amazing work and to continue the hop!
Smiles :)


  1. Wow! What a great technique-and one that looks easy to do! Thanks for sharing!

  2. WOW...I truly love this technique....especially when you added another color or two. Will definitely give this a try...thank you for sharing the cards and the technique!!!


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