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Tim Holtz now has a Mica Spray set designed to add pearlescent shine to any paper craft or mixed media project. Mica Sprays adhere to most porous surfaces such as paper, canvas, wood and fabric. Designer Mica Sprays can be used as a finishing spray or layered over inks and paints. Each package includes three mica sprays in the following colors - Brushed Pewter, Antiqued Bronze and Tarnished Brass.
I have tried this on a few cards and loved the outcome. If using this for the first time get some type of box to put your card in as the spray comes out in a wide mist -- you dont want color all over the place.
These colors can overlap each other too. I used these on regular card stock and can't wait to try it on water color paper
Second time I have ordered them! They have a consistent fine spray, which is the perfect enhancement for my SteamPunk layouts. I like how I can layer the colors as well to build up to what suits me.
These are amazing - adds a touch of shimmer and shine - more subtle than glitter and very metallic looking. Excellent (make sure to spray where the over-spray can be captured or you'll get mica on everything!)
Distress mica spray is such a versatile product. Mica in a powder is very messy. Problem solved with the spray. So many uses. See the manufacturers videos for ideas.
I absolutely love mica sprays
I cannot make a card anymore without using it it makes everything so sheen and beautiful anything Tim Holtz is well worth the money
Fabulous colours for that extra bit of colour & shine you need!
These sprays add a fun, metallic look to my project.
Really enjoying these! They add a lot to my other inks when I want that extra shimmer. I have to keep myself from going overboard, sometimes, because I just love using them.
Used in this project: 2022 Card #30 - November Birthdays
Such a fun product to use. Being able to create such different looks with very little effort. Great Quality
These mica sprays add a beautiful pearl sheen to any project. Love finding new ways to use them.
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