You might have seen one of my latest cards where I used the Minc Reactive Spray for some foiled splatters. Now I wanted to test how it looks like when you let the Mist run down on a page. So I added a lot of the Mist to the top of my page (the background happened during one of my art journal sessions and was created with left over paint). As I said before, the fluid has to dry for some time, so I let it sit over night and added the foil the next day.
It looked gorgeous and first I wasn’t sure what to do with it, but then I remembered that I had colored one of the Mad Hatter girls. So I grabbed some cloth and lace and randomly adhered it to the bottom. I also added some metal pieces (left over from my Finnabair class) and adhered the little girl on top.
While all this was drying, I stamped the sentiment, cut it apart and adhered it to the top. I also had to add some Spectrum Sparkle 🙂
Now I just colored the edges with dark Distress Ink, added the embossing paste to the bottom and let it sit over night again.
Here are some close ups:
And here you can see the gorgeous shine from the foil 😀
- The Greeting Farm – Hatters Kit
- Minc – Reactive Mist and Teal Foil
- Dylusions stencil Fronds of Foliage and stamp Quintessential Quotes
I hope you enjoyed my little project with the Minc Reactive Mist. You can get it at Joann’s for a decent price, especially with one of their coupons 😉