Glimmer Mist Tutorial – Part 2

Here are some more samples of the results of my Glimmer Mist experimentation!  This stuff is SO MUCH FUN to play with!  Check out yesterday’s blog post for part 1 of my Glimmer Mist tutorial.

Here’s a chipboard butterfly – “before and after” – isn’t it purrrrrrdy?


Next, I took the negative (leftover) piece of grungeboard, layed it on top of a piece of white cardstock, and sprayed with 3 different colours.  I could imagine so many different uses for this!  This photo turned out okay…but, it still really doesn’t do it justice.  It is stunning in real life!




Next…ribbon, and lace.  These pictures really suck lol.  You can barely see the shimmer.  Trust me, it’s gorgeous irl!



I got out my punches for these…used the pieces of cardstock that I layed underneath other projects to catch the overspray!



Resist technique.  I stamped and embossed with clear embossing powder, then sprayed GM over the entire image and cardstock, and wiped off the excess GM from the stamped/embossed image.


I love these layered flowers!  I’ve been seeing them in various forms – made from all kinds of cool products.  I hand cut some of the circles, and used my circle punch for a couple of them.  I then distressed the edges, krinkled them up, and then sprayed them, krinkled them some more, rolled the edges in the excess glimmer mist…FUN!


These tags provide a good snapshot of the “before and after” – I used the small swirl Glimmer Screen and “periwinkle” Glimmer Mist to get this result.


So, that’s all for today!  I have a busy day planned…going shopping with my bud, Angie!  🙂


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