I love the look prima spray mist gives to a card. So far that's the only project I've used it on. Be aware that there are at least three categories of the mists: sparkling pastels, vintage metal, and sultry shimmer. All of them are gorgeous. The mist is easy to use, the nozzle does not clog , the bottle feels comfortable in your hand (which gives me confidence), and the results are dazzling, but not over the top.
I was a little freaked out by the color when I received my order--thought I had been sent the Turquoise spray instead. But once I opened it up and tried it I realized that it is not as bright as it appears in full strength in the bottle--it's a very pretty blue once it's sprayed and dries (but still a little more green than the pictured bottle). I haven't used the Color Blooms very much yet, but the few times I've played with them I really like them. I was worried about storing them because they are so much bulkier than other sprayers, but I have my hanging by the trigger on a plastic case so they are up and out of the way.
Used in this image: Oh My May! NSBD Mini Album 2014 page 20-21
Love this color!
This is a beautiful light turquoise with a pretty sparkle.
It was a perfect match to the Christmas card stock that I was using.
The prima spray mists that I've used have all been excellent products. Also, the color selection is broad and current. I also like that the bottles aren't so small that they get lost on my craft table. The bottle size also makes the product last longer, so I'm not constantly running out and having to 're-order.
I also like the fact that I can order online and have it delivered to my door.
This will most likely be only color spray mist that I use.
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