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Thursday, March 14, 2013


From StudoJanine.net you can learn how to make your own permanent spray paints for mixed-media.  If you haven't used sprays you are in for a treat.  I really like them, but so many that you buy are not only expensive, but they are not permanent and can run when you work on top of them.  That is sooo not fun when you have a nice effect going and you spoil it with another layer.  This is so easy, you'll love it.


Faye said...

Wow, Coleen, Thanks for sharing this video by StudioJanine. I dearly love to spray backgrounds. If I can locate some unused spray bottles, I'll try this.

Tricia said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. It is always good to hear from you. Your so right about kids - and its more painful when they are the ones getting hurt! I've tried this idea about making my own sprays, but my nozzles always get plugged. Any tips?

God bless!

Linda said...

Hello from California! I'm following you back! Thank you for following me & my blog!

The Creative Beast said...

What a great video! I've been thinking lately that I want to learn to make some of my own sprays to use in paper design - thanks for posting this video and for stopping by my blog =-)

Miss StampAlot said...

Hi =) Just popped by to say hello, Thank you for adding me to fb. Love the video.

hugs Marielle Jakobsen

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