This video is about making a marble greeting card. The materials required for making them are marabu marble starter kit which consists of six marble paints,a marabu konturf paste, a polyester ball, a bowl, kebab sticks, a pencil, a cutting knife, a glue, sweat pieces of card, three cards of different colors and a bucket of water. The video starts by folding one piece of card into half and then cutting the ball into two pieces. Keeping the piece of ball as the center draw a flower around it on one of the cards and cut out the flowers. Now placing these flowers on another piece of card draw the inner flower of a smaller size and cut out these too. Now stick these cut out pieces of flowers on the third card. Take the bucket of water and spill six drops of three different paints one after the other over the surface of water. Now swirl the colors making use of kebab stick to form a intricate design and dip the pieces of ball into them slowly and pull out fast. Paste these colorful pieces of ball at the center of the floral design on the folded card. Now using the paste make dots around the flowers and voila the greeting cared is ready. This is great video for those who want to put their artistic skills to much better use and impressed their loved ones with self made greeting cards.
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