|Posted: 1/3/2013 11:48:30 AM|
So, I have a great collection of spray mists but I do not know what to do with them or where to start. Please help! Any suggestions would be great.
Loc: london, england
|Posted: 1/3/2013 12:05:09 PM|There are two adventures that might be useful for you in the archives. Adventure 002 (hope I have that right) is the Mists of Magnitude and it includes a comparison of various mists as well as a layout. A later adventure (maybe late 30s I think?) is about masking and that includes lots of mists. so that might help you get started! But I'll let Glitter Girl know you want to see more.
Ancient Ancestor of Pea
|Posted: 1/3/2013 12:10:03 PM|Hey Beckster - you are tuned into the way Glitter Girl, herself thinks! One of the first episodes she did for us last yr was on the topic of mists. I remember learning a lot at the time about the different brands of mists - I only have 4 and didn't really realize there was a difference from company to company.
GLitter Girl Adventure on Mists Just thought I'd find this one for you in case you had missed it - and you still may have more specific questions after watching this one? In the meantime you don't have to wait! Enjoy!
Edited to add I see Glitter Girl herself answered your call while I was writing. Lucky You!
|Posted: 1/24/2013 8:57:32 AM|
Thanks for the point in the right direction! I have decided to try to be more active in a forum and Two Peas is where I decided to go. I started watching Glitter Girl not to long ago so I haven't gone back to check out any older episodes. Baby steps for me to try to get involved in a community.
Loc: Jersey City, NJ
|Posted: 1/24/2013 10:03:51 AM|
I also am trying to get involved in this community (after all the inspiration I get from here). I've only watched about a dozen Glitter Girl adventures and am trying to catch up!
Make a Wish
|Posted: 1/24/2013 10:18:04 AM|
I too would like to venture into the world of mists, however, I don't really like the look of the mists on the page itself, I am wondering how it might look on punched borders or other cardstock cut shapes? Anyone have a link to a video or photos of this type of application?