Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Video Tutorial: 10 Tips for Misting Successfully

it's been a while since i've had a new video tutorial to share with you, but today i have another fun project to share using Little Yellow Bicycle's newly released Splash Collection.  it's full of bright, vibrant blues and greens with splashes of orange and red thrown in---perfect for beach or pool party themed layouts. but the nice thing about most of the patterned papers in the collection is that they lend themselves well to being mixed and matched with other collections to put together great masculine-themed pages as well.

in this video tutorial, you'll discover 10 tips to make sure you have the best experience when incorporating one of the hottest trends in scrapbooking right now--misting.  you'll hear tips for using stencils, masking, distributing glimmer within your mist bottle evenly and even how to save money creating your own mist.


as always, i've created a full-color, downloadable PDF with step-by-step instructions and a supply list which is yours to enjoy for FREE: Download 'Fun In The Sun' Layout Instructions by Tania Willis

and here's a few other detail images. you can click the image to open it up larger in another window to see the detail a bit better.

i absolutely adore these photos of Spidergirl. these were taken when she was 18  months old, just weeks before my mom died. she's nearly 8 now.  oddly enough, i can't remember what i did two days ago, but i vividly remember nearly every detail from this day spent at her house. i'm so thankful for that.

this sunshine embellishment was custom made from multiple layers of other embellishments within the collection.  the bottom layer is a clear sunshine shape, layered with a yellow cardstock circle. the circle was then layered with a chipboard sunshine using dimensional foam adhesive. all the layers were topped off with the 'hello sunshine' dimensional sticker.  that really sounds like overkill on the layers, but it adds such a nice statement and weight to the upper left corner.


so, anywho. go forth......and have fun with mist! :)

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