I have the stamp set that goes along with these misting tools, and all of the items are high quality.These are, in effect, stencil images, and the matching stamp set is much more detailed. They are designed to be used together, but could be used separtely although the manufacturer doesn't offer up much in the way of alternate ideas or detailed instructions. I also purchased some of the Tattered Angels sprays to go with them. I am still a little confused about the way they're meant to be used, which will lead to additional creative uses. It sort of seems like much ado to create a pretty picture, and these tools, stamps, sprays, etc, seem to lend themselves more towards arts and crafts and less towards scrapbooking the kid's trick or treat adventures. So I would not recommend them for a simple layout project, I will be using these for decor, some card projects and wall art. The designs are beautiful, and I would love to see more Halloween themed items from Tattered Angels. I am very confident that these gorgeous designs and techniques, once I figure out how to use them properly, so I can then use them improperly, (hee hee) will turn out fabulous. But spraying mists of paint, or ink is an art form much like sword fighting, it requires a fierce determination, a steady hand, a daring attitude, and above all, the proper stance. Look for the results soon. It's going to take a few practice bouts.
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