Color Bloom Sprays are here!

 

The new Prima Marketing Color Bloom Spray Mists are here! TO PURCHASE CLICK HERE ! Each bottle contains 2 ounces of beautiful spray mist! They are 5″ tall and feature a high velocity sprayer with a controlled spray. Pull down just a little if you want a splatter or pull down in one swift motion for a great full coverage mist. The ergonomic handle makes it effortless to use ! They all have a gorgeous mica shimmer. One great thing about these highly pigmented sprays is once you are getting low, you can add water to get even more use out of it! Prima already has youtube videos up demonstrating these wonderful sprays.

MSRP $8.00 each. You pay just $7.20!  You pick one color for this price, but that doesn’t mean you have to buy just one!

For combined shipping, just put all of your items in your cart and check out, but DO NOT PAY YET. Click “request invoice” and I will send you an invoice with combined shipping as soon as possible. I also carry many other Prima Marketing items, so please make sure you check out my store! Your sprays will be carefully packaged to ensure they arrive without any spills!

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Hello Friend Card

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I used quite a few ” new to me” techniques on this card. The “hello” was a stamp I carved myself out of silicone. I was curious of how silicone would work as a stamp. It wasn’t great and I had to go back in with a paint brush to make the image solid. I also used one of my hexagon masks with glitter acrylic paint and watercolors for the background.  I made a tone gradient with the paint and the stencil and a color fade with the water colors. I’ve had a twilling tool for a while and I wanted to use it so I used the scraps I had left from cutting down the card to make the whimsical flowers. This card was fun to make , but if I did it again, I think I would use a different sentiment. I took some pictures with the flash hoping the glitter would show up. 

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Above is a picture of me testing the silicone stamp I carved. It does seem like silicone would be a good choice for making texture in UTEE, so I plan on trying that some day!

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