Do You Mist?

It is amazing what a cold can do to you! I have been knocked off my fee by a little cold but before that happened I tried a new technique that I wanted to share with you. I am still not 100% so this is going to be short post but one that I hope you will like!

For the longest time I have avoided mists. I just felt that I didn’t need one more product in my arsenal to scrap with. Then I came up with the idea to create a mini album for my honey for Father’s Day and decided to give misting a try so that I could get some color on my acrylic album. I don’t want to cover the acrylic up with paper because I really like the look of acrylic!

Off to Michaels I went armed with my coupons and ready to get some products for this mini album that I am going to create. I picked up the Teal Color Shine first and I have absolutely fallen in love with this stuff. I liked it so much that I had to go back and get some more! I also purchased some of the Tim Holtz items because he always points them out to me when we go shopping!

Here’s a short little video showing you what this awesome color shine is all about!

So do you use misting sprays or will you after watching this video?

Cover of the mini album with teal color shine
Cover of the mini album with teal color shine

 

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  1. Danielle

    I’m a big fan of mists, they can add a bit of color to a project, and I am a HUGE fan of the color shine because you can that sparkle too which I adore. They are so so much fun to play with.

    1. Beth

      They really are a lot of fun I just found a video on making your own mist with perfect pearls powder which I love playing with perfect pearls so now I think that I must try this as well!

  2. Kristie

    I love misting! I even keep extra little spritzer bottles to make my own with re-inkers. Depending on the amount of pigment you can use a few drops in water, to just use the re-inker full strength. Even if you use it full strength, it is usually cheaper than a purchased bottle of spray ink!

    1. Beth

      What a great tip Kristie! I think I’m going to have to experiment with making my own mists!

  3. Heather D

    When Tim makes his own mists, he usually uses a little heap on the end of a small popsicle stick of perfect pearls, a dropper full of distress re-inker, and the rest of the mister bottle with water. Wonderful shine and color combo!

    1. Beth

      Have you made any of your own mists Heather?

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