10 Things Tuesday is always about fabulous way to use common items from your stash. Today is no different! Our designers have come up with ten options for your spray mists.
Practical Scrapper Lisa Moen did a rub-on resist with mists, please see her blog for more details.
Practical Scrapper Lee-Anne Thornton misted her title with two different colours and used a stencil and misted the stars.
Practical Scrapper Wendy used two colors of DIY spray mist that she made herself using spritz pens and reinker to accent the background of this sweet layout.
Practical Scrapper Deborah Johnson used her spray mists to draw on this family vacation layout. Check out her blog for more information on how to do this technique.
Practical Scrapper Charity used mist to ink her stamps for this layout. See her blog for information on the sketch she used.
Practical Scrapper Karen used 3 different color mists on black paper to create this spectacular background.
Practical Scrapper Wendy used a combo of ink pads, dark blue spray mist, and kosher salt to create the background on this whale of a card.
Practical Scrapper Kenya used mist to change the color of the ribbon for her card.
Practical Scrapper Kristy used vinyl letters as a mask for her variety of mist colors. Outlining the letters before removing the vinyl really make them pop!
Practical Scrapper Kelly Jean made her own spray mist from white paint and water to use on her layout. Very simple instructions can be found on her blog.
And there you have it, 10 ways to use Spray Mist. Try one of these ideas out and post in on our facebook page! We love to see your projects.