This week we're talking about Smooch Spritz! I have to admit that at first I wasn't too excited about trying this product but once I did...I'm in love!!
Things that I love:
- Easy to shake and spray! If you spray just a tad onto a scrap paper first then you tend to not get as many "big blobs"
- Gorgeous colors and shimmer/sparkle
- Easy to mix and combine colors
- Can use a little or alot for different effects
- washes off skin fairly easy--don't ask how I know
I sprayed some of each color onto white cardstock so I could have a reference of the colors.
I photographed the swatches at different angles so you could try to see the shimmer/sparkle.
Another fun thing that I thought of is to use your punches! You can use both the punch itself (adhered with removable adhesive) or the negative space to act as a stencil of sorts with this fun spritz. After they dry--which is really pretty quickly, punch out with a circle or shape of your choice and voila' an easy, sparkly embellishment.
I used my snowflake and heart punches here to show you but you could do so many wonderful things--flowers, stars, borders, etc!!
Here's a few cards I've done recently with the smooch spritz on the background.
I just used one color on Nora--vanilla shimmer
Here's a few more *ideas* I thought of for each color:
- vanilla shimmer- good base coat before adding another color--lightens it, ice, snow, ice cream
- cherry ice-Valentine's Day backgrounds, hearts, flowers,ornaments
- frosted grape- could make grapes out of circles, stars, flowers, mystical background for fairies and such
- gingersnap- stars, candles, sunshine, ornaments
- gold glow- stars, hearts, candles, angel halos
- electric blue- ornaments, snowflakes, stars, borders, skies
- silver foil- ornaments, stars, mixed with gold glimmer and vanilla shimmer for a cool background,
- emerald sprinkle- trees, leaves, ornaments, shamrocks,