Luster Mica Spray Mists Are Almost Here!!

UPDATE : They are available for sale now in a 6 pack for $24.95! Just Click here. 

 

We are in the final stages of having these ready for sale, so let me tell you a little more about them.

First off, let’s introduce the colors:

Hawaiian Shores – a creamy light tan color with white shimmer

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Turtle Town – green with gold and light green shimmer

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Shallow Waters- light blue with aqua and light green shimmer

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Deep Sea Dive- deep blue with blue and aqua shimmer

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Hawaiian Orchid- magenta with violet shimmer

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Black Sand Beach – light ,almost grey, black with stunning white and silver shimmer

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Our spray mists come in a fine mist spray bottle with a mixing ball. All you need to do is swirl it around a few times before spraying and the mixing ball does all the work for you. If you have used other spray mists before, you know that the mica can get stuck and it takes some rigorous shaking to get it loose. That is why I knew our sprays needed a mixing ball. It makes it so easy to mix!

I have been spraying these bottles and testing them for months now and I have not had any clogging issues. Clogging is another common problem with these spray mists. I use finely milled mica powders along with a fine-mist sprayer that was chosen after testing others that had failed. I wanted to ensure there would be no clogging.

Each label has been sprayed with the same Luster color that’s in your bottle. This makes it easy to know exactly what the color will look like on white paper by having a visual swatch right in front of you. Many times the color in the bottle or on a printed label is not what it actually looks like on white paper. We have taken the extra effort to provide you with a real swatch on the bottle. Many of the Luster colors are two-toned and will look very different on black or dark papers. For instance, Hawaiian Orchid looks very pink on white but it looks more purple on black.

Each bottle is packed full of beautiful and lustrous shimmer. Spray on cardstock, canvas, wood, and any other porous surface! Luster sprays are perfect for use with stencils too.

We only use FD&C (Food, Drug, and Cosmetic) and D&C (Drug and Cosmetic) safe ingredients. By purchasing Luster Mica Spray Mists you are also supporting manufacturing in the United States! Our sprays are hand-made in small batches which ensures great quality control. All bottles come with a heat shrink seal to prevent spills and shipment. It’s also just so satisfactory to pull of that seal off a brand new item, isn’t it?!

As if all of the above wasn’t great enough, these spray mists are super affordable! The 2 ounce bottle is $4.89 and the 4 ounce bottle is a real bargain at only $7.69! There will be discounts for buying the whole set too.

If you have any questions about our spray mists that have not been answered in this blog post, please feel free to send me an e-mail at intoxicatingarts@gmail.com and I will be happy to answer your questions!

Luster Mica Spray Mists – Coming Soon!

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Hi everyone who stops by my little blog! I’ve been really busy lately working on developing my own Spray mists. Currently,  I only have one color finished which is Mermaid Tears . It’s a beautiful blue with a hint of green and a lot of silver shimmer! I just got my potential bottles in today, so I slapped on a mock label so I could see what it might look like in the end. So, I thought I would share it with all of you.  The 4 oz bottle with the upgraded sprayer is pictured. I will also be offering a 2 oz bottle with the more traditional spray top that we have all grown accustomed to when using spray mists. I still need to test these sprayers to make sure they are going to hold up to the demands . That is, they must be fine mist and anti-clog . I’ll be sure to keep everyone posted !

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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12 Tags of 2014- March

12 Tags of 2014- March

Here is my tag for March. I might start trying to play along with the 12 tags of 2014, but I am not sure that I will have enough time. Anyways, I used the awesome new Tim Holtz Distress Marker Spritzer with my Heidi Swapp Honeycomb stencil. The gradient was an after thought, so that is why it doesn’t look that great. I plan on re-doing this tag better tomorrow. I just created it as I went along and I think it came out pretty decent for not being pre-planned!

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Prima Marketing Color Bloom Sprays

Prima Marketing Color Bloom Sprays

I just wanted to let everyone know that I have all of the 22 new Color Bloom Spray mists from Prima Marketing on order! I am so excited to see how these work. I love my Smooch Spritz, but they clog on me and they’re kind of pricey for the small amount that you get. Color Bloom sprays are seperated into Sweet Pastels, Vintage Tones and Foils, and Sultry Shimmers. They were designed with an anti-clogging nozzle that gives you control of your spray. You can make it have a splatter effect or a full coverage spray. Based on the videos I have seen, the other spray mist manufacturers should be a little worried. These look like a game changer!

Click on the photo to check out the Blog post that Prima Marketing posted about their new sprays!

Shooting Star Window Birthday Card

I really wanted to be thrilled with this card, I swear! However, I feel that when I dreamt up this design, I was dreaming of  it as a shabby chic room with soft tones and subtle signs of wear. Since I was supposed to be designing a card for a man, I decided that I would keep the design, but change the colors to make it masculine. I mean, that’s not a terrible idea, right? That’s what I thought, but now I am thinking that I thought wrong. Besides the color scheme, there are a few other things on this card that just feel, well, off. Some of that rips in the “wallpaper” are a little to perfect which makes it look fake. I am now thinking that one large rip or two medium size rips may have made a more dramatic look and given the effect that I was going for a lot better. I am a little bothered that my handwriting on “make a wish” isn’t that pretty and because I hand wrote it, it is off center. I think with a few tweaks, this card design could look amazing!

If you want to know how I did anything, just ask! I am even willing to do a pictorial tutorial or a video tutorial. The window was made using ECAL software and cut with an EClips machine. I am starting to like that machine more and more since I moved the desktop into my craft room 🙂 . Thanks for checking out my card and stopping by!