This is so much fun, loving all of the camera shapes.
I love the card and the layout! I did some stencil misting the other day and it was NOT pretty! Might have to give it another try.
Also, what a fun experiment!
Love the tips as well. You're the first designer I've seen who uses the masks in a clean style. I like messy as well, but your clean version is just as awesome :).
great tips in the video
Video - Seeing Double: Photo Booth
Galleries: Scrapbooking, Cardmaking
Though I like the idea of adding mist to my pages, I find that it's really difficult to control where and how much it sprays (and I've ruined a fair amount of cardstock while experimenting with it!)
That's why I really love acrylic stencils. They give you a lot more control over the mist application and as a result, there are a lot less mistakes than when using mist alone. In this episode, I'm using two new stencils from Prima Marketing, a 6x6 camera design and a 12 x 12 camera pattern. There are many new stencil options in the Two Peas store, so you can find one that's perfect for your page theme.
On these projects, I've used both a 6x6 and 12x12 photography-themed stencil, along with Studio Calico Mister Huey inks to create a background pattern and design elements for my two-page layout. In addition to misting, I've also used the stencil with pens to add more details (highlights and lowlights) to my misted images.
CHALLENGE: Use a stencil + mist on a layout or card! Upload your project to the correct challenge gallery for a chance to win a $10 Two Peas Gift Certificate. At the end of the month a winner from all the challenge participants will be drawn and announced on the Two Peas blog.