nail art- water marbling- pink and yellow funky nails XD I was bored and made pink and yellow nails more vids coming soon
Marbeld Paper - - Marbled Arts for more info: Tecnicamente la marmorizzazione consiste nello spruzzare diversi colori preparati sulla superficie di un bagno contenuto in una vasca. Il liquido del bagno è ottenuto da una gelatina estratta da un'alga marina; questo apposito liquido fa sì che i colori galleggino in superficie, impedendo loro di precipitare e sciogliersi. Successivamente con l'uso di appositi pettini, bacchette e ingredienti vari, le macchie colorate vengono costrette ad assumere disegni più regolari: ad esempio quello tipico a "coda di pavone" o più fantasiosi come le venature dei marmi. A questo punto sulla superficie del bagno si depone lentamente il foglio, i colori galleggianti vi aderiscono e il disegno si trasferisce sulla carta (nel caso dell'oggettistica la tecnica è per immersione). Si solleva il foglio, si ripulisce dall'eccesso di bagno e si appende ad asciugare. Per ogni foglio od oggetto della stessa serie si ripete l'intero procedimento ma ogni esemplare risulterà leggermente diverso dagli altri; questa diversità dà pregio alla carta marmorizzata e la distingue da quella stampata. Sono necessarie molte prove e una lunga pratica per impadronirsi di questa tecnica. Con una buona base teorica e un'approfondita conoscenza della natura delle sostanze utilizzate risulterà tuttavia più semplice raggiungere ottimi risultati. Paper marbling is a graphic process. Different colors are sprinkled onto a liquid bath. This liquid is made of a jelly which is extracted ...
Tutorial: Tie Dye Nails (Water Marbling) For more pictures, check out my blog: Nail Art Supplies (My Shop): Follow me on Twitter The colors I used were: Yellow: OPI--The "It" Color Green: China Glaze--Tree Hugger Orange: OPI--It's a bird, It's a plane, It's OPI Blue: China Glaze--Bermuda Breakaway Red: Essie--E! Live from the red carpet
Water Marbling Tutorial Products used: Creative Nail Design Stickey base coat OPI nail polish in Alpine Snow Misa nail polish in Tender Pink Color Club nail polish in He Loves Me OPI nail polish in Parlez Vous OPI? Seche Vite Dry Fast top coat My blog: Ask me anything www.formspring.me Follow me on Twitter:
WATER MARBLING results.. This is my first time trying water marbling. Alway's wanted too but just didn't. I came across some tut's and sat down and practiced. I still have a way's to go but I think these turned out pretty well for my first time. Warning..once you get the hand of it, it's addictive LOL!
Marbling Demo A marbling demonstration by a group of Turkish artists at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts on Oct 29, 2006
Christmas Carol Water Marbling Nail Tutorial Add me on FACEBOOK for all pictures: Note: I will only be doing Christmas tutorials during the month of December. I may start now...just according what mood I'm in : ) So if you guys have any requests, please message me on here or on Facebook : ) Hey everyone! Here is a super cute water marbling nail tutorial. I asked you guys on Facebook for color suggestions and you guys wanted a Christmas design. I chose the colors Red, Gold, and White. It turned out really cute! Enjoy and Happy Holidays! : )Here are the items I used: OPI Nail Envy China Glaze White on White OPI Red OPI Bling Dynasty Seche Vite Topcoat Bowl of ROOM Temperature Water Toothpicks Q-Tips Polish Remover Sephora Corrector Pen Tape Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me with my own money. I am not affiliated with any company mentioned nor am I getting paid to use these products. All opinions are 100% my own. Music by: Jason Shaw (
Turkish Ottoman Art Of Marbling (calls: EBRU) The word marbling is in Turkish EBRU (cloud, cloudy) or abru (Water face) (En Français. It is derived from the word ebre which belongs to one of the older Central Asian languages and it means the "moiré, veined fabric, paper etc..." used for covering some m***cripts and other holy books. Its origin might ultimately hark back to China, where a document from the T'ang dynasty (618-907) mentions a process of coloring paper on water with five hues. Through the Silk Road this art came first to Iran and picked up the name Ebru. Subsequently this art moved towards Anatolia. Specimens of marbled paper in the Turkish museum and private collections date back as far as the 15th century but unfortunately there is no evidence to show at what date the art of marbling paper first appeared in Anatolia. Around the end of 16th century tradesmen, diplomats and travelers coming to Anatolia brought this art to Europe and after the 1550s, booklovers in Europe prized Ebru which came to be known as "Turkish Paper Turkish marbled paper making". After then it was broadly used in Italy, Germany, France and England. There is agreement amongst scholars that the so-called Turkish Papers has a colourful influence on the book arts of Europe. In the early examples from the 16th century in the Ottoman-Turkish era, Ebru appears in the battal (large) form, namely without any manipulation. Ebru technique consists of sprinkling colors containing a few drops of ox-gall on to the surface of the bath of water ...
Life in the Arts - Suminagashi Japanese Paper Marbling MATERIAL LISTS: Pelikan ink- black #17 water based Construction Paper Kodak photo flo 2 brushes Shallow tray Tap water OBJECTIVE: This lesson in Suminagashi- Japanese paper marbeling will introduce basic paper marbling techniques using waterbased inks, construction paper and a few simple tools. Marbling is a technique used to decorate surfaces. Pigment dyes are floated on water then manipulated to create patterns or designs. A sheet of paper is placed on the surface of the water, then gently lifted off to obtain a "print" of the dye pattern. REBECCA RAMOS is an artist and on staff in the Art Department at Monterey Peninsula College. A graduate of University of Colorado she studied Printmaking at the California College of Arts and Crafts. Rebecca will feature a lesson in Suminagashi- Japanese paper marbeling. A lesson that will introduce basic paper marbling techniques using waterbased inks, construction paper and a few simple tools. Marbling is a technique used to decorate surfaces. Pigment dyes are floated on water then manipulated to create patterns or designs. A sheet of paper is placed on the surface of the water, then gently lifted off to obtain a "print" of the dye pattern. Marbled paper can be used in collage, bookmaking and may other artforms which incorporate paper. SUGGESTED READING LIST BOOKS: Gaylord, Susan, Multi-Cultural Books, Scholastic Professional Books. ISBN 0--590-48921-6 Johnson, Paul, Literacy through the Book Arts. Herneimann, ISBN 0-435-09766-5 ...
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Turkish İslamic Art of Marbling Paper
Marbled Paper Learn how to make Marble paper. Also, see if you can find the Hidden Mickey! What you need: water, vegetable oil,food coloring, tray, 3 containers Directions: blend a tablespoon of vegetable oil and a few drops of food coloring in 3 containers. Fill a shallow pan with water and spoon the mixtures into different spots. Put white construction paper or cardstock on the water for 30 seconds and lift off. When it dries you will have marbled paper! Why? Oil weighs more then water, so it stays on top and spreads quickly. music: audionautix
How to Paint Pottery : Creating a Feather Marbling Effect on Pottery How to create a feather marbling effect when painting pottery. Learn about artwork, painting, and creativity when working with ceramics or clay. Expert: Jennifer Gravel Bio: Jennifer Gravel has worked with ceramics for nine years and owns a contemporary Paint-Your-Own Pottery Studio called Clay Caf?, located in Stratford, ON, Canada. Filmmaker: Melissa Schenk
Rockstar Diva Water Marbling Nail Tutorial Add me on FACEBOOK for all pictures: Hey guys! This is the tutorial that you guys picked on my Facebook page : ) I love it! The colors go together so well! Enjoy : ) Here are the items I used: Bottle of Water (ROOM TEMPERATURE) Cup Tape Toothpicks Q-tips Polish RemoverOPI Nail Envy Seche Vite Topcoat Sally Hansen White On Sally Hansen Twisted Pink China Glaze Liquid Leather China Glaze Tinsel Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me with my own money. I am not affiliated with any of the companies mentioned nor am I getting paid to use the products. I use the products because I like them. All opinions are 100% my own. Music by: Positively Dark, "A Different Journey". ()
American Kobe - Check Out the Marbling! Snake River American Kobe
Ebru Master -- Demonstration (Turkish Marbling: Islamic Art) Watch this demonstration of a classical Ottoman Art: Ebru, otherwise known as marbling. Fascinating.
Water Marbling FAQ: Filtered vs. Tap Water, Room Temp. vs. Cold I get a lot of questions on the kind of water I use & the temperature, I hope this helps anyone having trouble =) I've received a lot of feedback from viewers that if you don't have access to filtered water, bottled water also works as long as there are no additives in it. Tips & Tricks Playlist (taping tutorial, how to clean-up & more): Water Marble Tutorials Playlist: Nail Art Tutorials Playlist: You can check out the My Simple Little Pleasures Facebook page here:
Live Water Marbling Nail Tutorial- Spring Colors Follow Me: /luxuriousguru Contest: Hey everyone!!! This is a HIGHLY requested video. This is a live water marbling video for you guys showing you exactly what to do : ) I hope everyone enjoys : ) Here are the items I used: Bowl of Room Temperature Water Equate Nail Polish Remover Q-Tips Toothpicks Tape OPI Nail Envy Seche Vite Topcoat Sally Hansen Green With Envy, Sun Kissed, and Mellow Yellow Art Deco Hot Pink Nail Corrector Pen
Throwing Marbled Clay.Pottery wheel.Pt 2 Using lamination of two claybodies (white stoneware and red/brown stoneware) followed by a quick demonstration of a canister with a gallery (it's on FF)
Turkish Islamic art of Marbling (Ebru) The word marbling is in Turkish EBRU (cloud, cloudy) or abru (Water face) (En Français. It is derived from the word ebre which belongs to one of the older Central Asian languages and it means the "moiré, veined fabric, paper etc..." used for covering some m***cripts and other holy books. Its origin might ultimately hark back to China, where a document from the T'ang dynasty (618-907) mentions a process of coloring paper on water with five hues. Through the Silk Road this art came first to Iran and picked up the name Ebru. Subsequently this art moved towards Anatolia. Specimens of marbled paper in the Turkish museum and private collections date back as far as the 15th century but unfortunately there is no evidence to show at what date the art of marbling paper first appeared in Anatolia. Around the end of 16th century tradesmen, diplomats and travelers coming to Anatolia brought this art to Europe and after the 1550s, booklovers in Europe prized Ebru which came to be known as "Turkish Paper Turkish marbled paper making". After then it was broadly used in Italy, Germany, France and England. There is agreement amongst scholars that the so-called Turkish Papers has a colourful influence on the book arts of Europe. In the early examples from the 16th century in the Ottoman-Turkish era, Ebru appears in the battal (large) form, namely without any manipulation. Ebru technique consists of sprinkling colors containing a few drops of ox-gall on to the surface of the bath of water ...
KETC | Living St. Louis | Paper Marbling From KETC, LIVING ST. LOUIS Producer Jim Kirchherr discovers the rare art of paper marbling—an old-fashioned way of making decorative sheets for the inside covers of books. Curtis Finley of Pacific, Missouri, is still one of the few people that marbles in his basement, using many different techniques and styles including the popular pea*** and zebra designs. The St. Louis Mercantile Library at the University of Missouri, St. Louis even held an exhibit exclusively for this art.
Marbled Paper Patterns These marbled paper patterns were all made by Galen Berry, one of the best-known marblers in America. You can see his website at: MarbleArt.us The music is "Temple of Love" by William D. Kelley, Jr. Click on the "Expand" button at the lower right of the screen (not the "Full Screen" button") in order to see the patterns in their actual size and proportions.
Cosmic Colors Water Marbling Nail Tutorial FOLLOW ME: /luxuriousguru DON'T FORGET: My huge contest/giveaway will begin February 1st : ) Look out for the rules/prize video then : ) Hey guys!!! Here is another water marbling design. I love these colors together!!! They look so futuristic! lol!!! Enjoy : ) Here are the items I used: Nail Envy by OPI Seche Vite topcoat OPI Alpine Snow China Glaze ***y in the City and Coconut Kiss Essie Watermelon Bowl of room temperature water Toothpicks Polish remover Q-tips Disclaimer: I purchased all products in this video with my own money. I am NOT getting paid for this video nor and I being sponsored. Music by: Kevin MacLeod
Live water marbling nail art tutorial Hi guys, this is such an amazing nail art tutorial, i adore it ! It's so easy to do, and so interesting. You can get so many different designs ! I got alot of fun !!! I hope you'll like this !!! Appologize : I said that next tutorial will be piano nails, but i realy need long nails for that, so please forgive me ! And i also said that in this tutorial there will be my voice, but i don't like how it turned out ... FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER Items i have used Bowl of water toothpick Q-tips Nail polish remover Base and top coat - miss sporty and rimmel (bought in local drugstore) White polish - maybelline french white (local drugstore) Blue polish- Milani blue print () Pink polish- sally hansen fuchsia power (CVS) Orange polish- sally hansen sun kissed (CVS) Yellow polish- Milani yellow design () Green polish- sally hansen green with envy (CVS) Silver glitter- golden rose (nail art store) Disclaimer : I'm not being paid to use any of the mentioned products, they are personally mine, and i purchased them with my own money !
Water Marbling This is a quick tutorial to show the water marbling nail art technique. You'll Need: Polish (China Glaze Frostbite, Japanese Koi and Sinful Colors Snow Me White were featured here) Polish Remover Q-Tips Cotton Balls Orange Stick Safety Pin Small, shallow dish (approx. 4in. diameter) filled with lukewarm water
Q&A Water Marbling: Pastel Pop Water Marbling Nail Tutorial Add me on FACEBOOK: Hey guys! So I am having TONS of questions over water marbling so I thought I would do a video where I answer some questions. I hope this helps everyone and if you have any more questions, just leave them below. Always remember, water marbling takes practice and patience : )Enjoy! Here are the items I used: OPI Nail Envy Seche Vite Topcoat Sally Hansen White On China Glaze Coconut Kiss Sally Hansen Sun Kissed Sally Hansen Twisted Pink China Glaze Tinsel Bowl of ROOM temperature water Bottle of water Q-tips Polish Remover Tape Toothpicks Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me with my own money. I am not affiliated with any of the companies mentioned, nor am I getting paid to use the products. All opinions are 100% my own and I use the products because I like them : )
Nail art tutorial - Water marbling on natural nails. (Some profanity.) WARNING: There's profanity in this video. Please check out my new nail art channel where I'll be posting more tutorials: How to water marble nail polish on your real nails. What you need: Cup or bowl with room temperature water (filtered is best, but any kind will work just fine) Toothpicks or some sort of clean stick (orangewood stick or even a small bamboo skewer for shish kabobs) Napkins Chapstick or scotch tape At least two shades of thick nail polish To see other nail art I've done, check out heatherfacethe*** and Feel free to ask me any questions, if I can't help then I can point you to someone who can.
Water Marbling with Dotted Accents Apply a marbled effect to your nails with this easy tutorial using your regular nail polish and water! I used a wooden skewer to swirl the polish, but anything with a pointed end would work. I recently acquired dotting tools which I applied the dots with but again you can use anything you have around the house such as a toothpick, the end of a paintbrush, a pencil point or end of dried-up pen, etc. The polishes I used were: base coat: Sally Hansen Miracle Cure white: Sally Hansen Insta-dri in Whirlwind White teal: Nicole by Opi in Respect the World pink: OPI Strawberry Margarita purple: Sally Hansen Insta-dry in Grape Going! silver sparkles: Art Deco in Ice Breaker top coat: OPI Top Coat Don't get too frustrated if your marbling doesn't work out perfectly the first time, it takes a little practice. I find just practicing on paper (dipping the end of a long rectangular piece) helps me to see what patterns I can make and which polishes work best. Some dry more quickly than others and some stay thicker than others so it's best to do a little patch test with paper first. Disclaimer: I have no affiliation with any of the company brands mentioned in this video, all products used were purchased by me and are from my personal collection. Music: "Somewhere Sunny Ver. 2" & "Sunshine Ver. 2" by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0"
Marble Tutorial Here's a tutorial for a water marbling manicure. Hope you find this useful! Visit my blog for more:
Retro Inspired Water Marbling Nail Tutorial Follow Me for updates: /luxuriousguru Hey everyone : ) Here is another water marbling nail tutorial. I chose the colors hot pink, light pink, green, and black. It turned out so cute! Enjoy! Here are all the items I used: Bowl of room temperature water Q-tips Polish Remover Toothpicks Tape OPI Nail Envy Sally Hansen White On Art Deco Hot Pink Art Deco Green Pro Strong Fancy China Glaze Liquid Leather Seche Vite Topcoat Disclaimer: All items used in this video were purchased by me with my own money. I am not affiliated with any of the companies mentioned and this is my 100% honest opinion of the products. I am not getting paid to use these products. Music provided by: Kevin MacLeod (
Custom Rod Marbling: A How-To Video Curt Baker of Suncoast Rodcrafters demonstrates the simple techniques used in marbling epoxy finish on custom fishing rods. Marbling is a fun, easy and unique way of customizing your fishing rods and can be learned by anyone in a few short minutes. Mud Hole is pleased to now offer our own set of Marbling Pigments, available in 5 ultra-concentrated colors: Black, Blue, Red, White and Yellow. Visit for more details. Marbling Kits: Marbling Pigments:
Holiday Swirl Water Marbling Nail Tutorial Hey everyone! This has been requested several times...so here is another water marbling video. But this video is a holiday water marbling...yay! lol!!! Happy Holidays everyone : ) Here are the items I used: OPI Nail Envy Seche Vite topcoat Cup of room temperature water Toothpicks OPI red, white, and glitter Art Deco green Tape Polish Remover Q-Tips Disclaimer: I purchased all products in this video with my own money. I am NOT getting paid for this video. I did this video all by myself and on my own time. I am NOT being sponsored by any company. Music by: Kevin MacLeod
Ebru (Water Marbling) Art of Turkey This is a simple Ebru (art of water marbling) demonstration from a cultural TV: Ebru; broadcasting in the United States. To be able to watch Ebru TV, in your Cable TV; you may fill up a petition form at: www.ebru.tv
Blick Presents: Marbling Fabric and Paper with Jacquard Marbling Kit . This video shows how easy it is to create amazing marblized fabric and paper with the Jacquard Marbling Kit. The kit includes step-by-step instructions and all materials needed with the exception of the paper or fabric. The results vibrant and unique! Great for the classroom, home or studio. This product can be purchased at .
Groovy Spring Time Water Marbling Nail Tutorial Like me on Facebook: Hey everyone! Here is another water marbling nail tutorial that I just love! I love the colors together...makes me wish Spring would hurry and get here! Haha! If you guys try it out, I would love to see it! Be sure to post a video response or post your pictures on my Facebook. Enjoy : ) Here are the items I used: OPI Nail Envy Basecoat Sally Hansen White On Zoya Dita OPI Ogre-The-Top Blue Zoya Pippa China Glaze Spontaneous Seche Vite Topcoat Cup or Bowl of Room Temperature Water Tape Orange Stick Q-Tip Polish Remover Sephora Corrector Pen Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me with my own money. I did win the Zoya polishes in a online contest and the OPI polish was given to me by a friend. I am not being sponsored by any of the companies mentioned nor am I getting paid to use any of the products. All opinions are 100% my own. Music by: Jason Shaw, "There You Go" ()
Fondant Cake Decorating - Marbling the Fondant To View the First Video in this Series Please Click Here:
Marble your Home Decorative Objects- Marbling Paints Project - Art and Craft Marble your Home Decorative Objects with this easy to follow video with Leona from Artists Resource! See www.artists- for more information.
Baby Chick Water Marbling Easter Nail Tutorial Like me on Facebook: Hey guys! Happy Easter : ) Here is a super cute design that I love! I love the baby chick : ) Enjoy! Here are the items I used for the water marbling: Cup of Room Temperature Water Q-Tips Polish Remover Sephora Corrector Pen OPI Nail Envy Basecoat Sally Hansen White On OPI Por Favor NYC Fuchsia Shock Creme WetnWild Tweetie Art Deco Sky Blue Seche Vite Topcoat Here are the items I used for the baby chick: Zoya Pippa Migi Nail Art Pen in Orange Art Deco Black Art Deco White Kiss Gold Glitter Dotting Tool Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me except for the Kiss Gold Glitter Striping Polish. It was sent as a sample from a webinar. All other products were purchased by me with my own money. I am not affiliated with any of the companies mentioned and none are paying me for this video. All opinions are 100% my own. Music provided by: Dan-O " Everything Begins"
Pink and White Water Marbling Hi guys, it's Friday so here's another design that i thought it was really cool to share it with you. Here are some tips for those of you who would like to try it out: 1) Timing is critical with marbling so being fully prepared is a must. 2)The nail polish should be of good quality and of a liquid even consistency. Poorer quality polish will not result in the desired effect. 3) water should be at room temperature 4) it is best to be in a well ventilated area when working with nail polish, a windy environment will cause the nail polish to dry too quickly 5) when dragging to create the marble effect, make sure to not start from the far edges because those dry faster than the ones towards the middle. 6) Make sure you change the water after one use because the chemicals from the lotion will prevent the polishes from expanding. (if you are lazy like myself, I would make a big circle and dip 4 or possibly 5 of my fingers in after i create the desired marble effect because i don't want to change the water 10x lols) Experiment and have fun! :]
Nail art - Water Marbling on real nails tutorial In this video, I will show you how to water marble nail polish on your real nails, most videos like this are only using fake ones. You CAN use more than one nail, I just chose not to.
Marbling Fabric Projects: Quick & Crafty! May 2007 Issue 33 Corinne Bradd demonstrates the technique of marbling, using specialist inks dropped onto the surface of water. This is taken from Jill Alblas's project, featured in the latest issue of Quick & Crafty, where she has brought this craft up to date by creating bright, swirling patterns to make psychedelic canvases, pretty floral designs, and more. You can find the full instructions for this crafty make on p67 of Quick & Crafty, May '07, available now from all good newsagents, priced £3.99.