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You'll all be getting a little bottle of glimmer mist in your kits this month!!! :D Danielle has written a GREAT article that you'll see in the newsletter later this month that gives you lots of ideas on what to do with it. :D

If you have any other ideas or questions about this fun, fun product, post 'em here :D

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I can't wait to try it out! I have used something similar (radient rains) on flowers and chipboard and the effect was beautiful. I hear this spray works even better.

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The spray is AWESOME!!! :D A much better delivery method, for sure!

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Great! I can't wait to read it! I had fun playing w/ the Glimmer Mist this month.... though I think I had more on my hands than on my paper!! lol

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I LOVE glimmer mist! I have used it on plain chipboard, lace, prima flowers, leather embellies, just to name a few things.

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Oh gret idea to use it on Primas!! I have some Glimmer Mist & I'm so not impressed. My sprays with blothches. I went to the website & it said sometimes you just get blotches...go with it. :shock: :? Kinda takes away from the mist part. I may put it in another bottle. :roll:

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My first few test sprays were blotchy too.... so I sprayed then fanned my paper into the mist.... does that make sense? lol

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My first few test sprays were blotchy too.... so I sprayed then fanned my paper into the mist.... does that make sense? lol


Did you do that outside or in your scrap area? I bet your scrap area is blingy isn't it :lol:

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Did you do that outside or in your scrap area? I bet your scrap area is blingy isn't it :lol:


LOL!!!! I'd love a blingy scrap room!!!
I did it outside. Which wasn't a bad idea because my back porch is painted the same red I used... it just helped re-coat some chipped spots! hehee

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:lol: TOo funny!!! :D

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If it is coming out blotchy make sure you are shaking the bottle up SUPER good! I have a Ranger Craft Sheet that I work on with it. If you don't have one of these mats you NEED one as ANYTHING comes off it and it won't melt if you use a heat gun on it either!! :D


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Even after a good shakeup, it does come out in blotches at times. I just leave it as it is. If you spray it higher, you are less lightly to get that much blotches than if you spray it lower. But you will end up with a lighter mist.

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I LOVE glimmer mist! I have used it on plain chipboard, lace, prima flowers, leather embellies, just to name a few things.


oooh, I bet the lace would be cool. I'm going to give that a try! THanks for the idea!!!

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I agree, I like blotches I acutally try to get mine to spray more blotchy!
I like the spraying on lace idea, sounds cute!

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I love glimmer mists...and other brands too. I have even made my own with some gold paint . You just have to make sure you shake it really well!
I have used it on everything....and I will even spray it on and wipe in with a brush to get a streaked look.

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