If you haven't tried Glimmer Mist yet, you're in for a great experience. This water based spray can alter the look of any paper or cardstock with a hint of color and shimmer leaving a mottled appearance. The sprayed areas can be darkened with more mist which helps you get the look you want and you can work several colors of Mist onto the same paper. I like to spray my paper and then tip it on end to get drips (but I like drips, splats and blotches). If you want a more refined look, try wiping your project with a soft cloth. To avoid warping, I put my project under a heavy object to dry or iron it when dry.
Antique Brass is a great neutral color and it will add a metallic cast to any distressing, altering or aging you might have on your project. I purchased neutrals before I got into the some of the colors. Glimmer Mist gets 5 stars and both thumbs up from me.
Jill Davis, Founder
I think there's a bit of a "learning curve" with Glimmer Mist. It can glop a bit, and you definitely have to shake it up really well before you use it. But after a few practice sprays, I loved how it looks. This color is a really nice, versatile one. I'm looking forward to playing with it some more!
Glimmer mist provides a beautiful shine. Love this particular color. It gives a shiny brow with gold flecks. Great for sunny beach pages. However, I found the glimmer mist to be very messy. You have to move the bottle while spraying and press lightly or you just get big spots. Definitely play around with it on scraps before using it on your project and possibly have some back up paper for your project too. It looks great with heidi swapp masks.
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