Posts Tagged ‘Glimmer Mists’

I really love them! I got the new ones last week but haven’t used them yet. Here are a couple of projects using the last shipment.

Stamps: Sweet Pea (motifs), Stämpelboden (Du gör mig glad) , Scapa (Tack)

Papers: Spring Fever from Scrapbook Magazine

Cardstock: Core’dinations and Fabriano

Watercolor paper, watercolor pencils, Glimmer Mists, gel pens, Distress Inks

Close-ups on areas painted with Glimmer Mists:

Sweet Pea stamps from Crafts and Me, Core’dinations Cardstock, Glimmer Mists from CropStop and Bumblebee, watercolor paper (Montval) and watercolor pencils (Koh-i-noor) from Artistica.

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Did I really take that many pictures during Christmas? I have only scrapped those I thought were nice enough to do something with, but there was a lot of LO’s anyway… Here’s a few.

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I bought some scrapboards in the size 30×40 cm to decorate as wall hangings, this is one of them. Click on the pictures for a closer view.

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It’s a friends birthday tomorrow, so I made him a clipboard

Plain clipboard with gesso for a base layer, then added Glimmer Mists, some more gesso using Glimmer Screens, another layer of Glimmer Mists, some stamps (mostly Tim Holtz) and a chipboard clock from Maya Road.

Stamps, Glimmer Mists and Glimmer Screens from Bumblebee and CropStop, clipboard from Creative Company. Gesso can be found at any craft shop.

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How many of you have bought an album just because it was on sale? I bought a whole bunch of them at the Panduro sale during the summer, and have altered some. Here is the latest:

I’ve used gesso, molding paste, Glimmer Screens and Glimmer Mists for the base.

A close up on the clock

which is a clip art picture downloaded from the internet, printed on plain copy paper and colored with Distress Inks. I put Ranger Crackle Accents on the whole clock.

The beautiful lady can be found in Crafty Individuals’ pad People and Places 2.

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Trying out new stuff is a fun part of scrapbooking, and I just had to try using Glimmer Mists on a t-shirt!



Mist just as you do on paper, then cover all of it with decoupage laquer for fabrics, but be careful if you brush it on, the medium dissolves the Glimmer Mist! The best way is to spray it on.

Go on, alter your t-shirts!

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