Product Focus #23: Mist Scrapbooking Supplies

Welcome to this week's Product Focus." In these weekly blog posts, I'll share scrapbooking supplies or a product trend I'm particularly drawn to, and then I'll share some ways you can use the products in a several project samples. I'll discuss tips and tricks for using the product, share some of my favorite products from that product line, and then I'll open it up for any questions you might have. I'd also love to hear your reviews or uses for the product type I focus on each week. This is a chance for you to pull out products you already own and play with them or for you to discover new products you might not yet have tried.

If there is one product that is super popular right now, that I am still learning about it's mist. Mist droplets and sprays are appearing on everyone's layouts these days, and yet I still feel like I'm learning how to use them. In today's post, I asked my designer friends to help me share some ways you can use mist on your projects. These gals are experts and have a great way of incorporating mist on their layouts. I'm excited to share their ideas with you!

Here are a few of my current favorite mist options from 2Peas. Be sure to search by the word "mist" or "mask" at 2Peas to find products perfect for any project.

Below you will find a gallery of projects that include mist. I asked my friends to share special VIDEOS that can help you (and I) learn more about misting. Hopefully these projects and videos will give you some new ideas for how to incorporate mist on your next project.

Idea #1: Use a Mask or Stencil to Mist.

Source: Lisa Dickinson

Tutorial Video:

Watch video on Youtube HERE

Idea #2: Create an Ombre Effect with Mist.

Tutorial Video:

Watch video on Youtube HERE.

Idea #3: Recolor Embellishments with Mist.


Source: Northridge Media Blog 

What else can you do with mist? Here are some additional links to misted projects by my friends you might check out:

* Misting and stamping premade embellishments
* Additional uses for spray mists
* Misting a background for your layout
* Create a unique shape with paint and mist for your background

Do you have a favorite way to use mist? I'd love to hear it. Simply add your suggestions in the comment section below to share. I can't wait to be inspired!


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  3. Love all the examples for misting. I'm still dipping my toes into this technique and am always on the lookout for "clean" ways to use them and these all fit the bill. Love the layout of your daughter--I've pinned ya. ;)

  4. Thanks for sharing. My cousin is visiting and we are going to try out some mists. I bought three new templates.


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