Oh Mister Huey, when I want a solid no-sparkle color, you are my go-to mist. Today, I’ve got to tell you guys that the Studio Calico Mister Huey’s mist in Pretty Pink is a must. I LOVE the color. I’ve been misting it right onto my projects, but I’ve also been mixing it with stuff like molding paste (seen on tag below) to use with stencils and get more out of my new pink love.
It’s just the perfect spring pink. Bright without being neon, a nice tone that is lovely with blues, greens, aquas, and other pinks… and it fills a need I hadn’t realized that I had. LOVE.
One of my favorite things to do when I have random stuff or bits of extras left over is to just make a quick tag. This one started because I had some pretty pink mist + molding paste left over from another project (that you’ll see later this week) and so I smeared it over a stencil and onto a tag. You’ll notice some sparkle above – it was misted with some glimmery mist after dry to add a bit of blue shimmer.
If you couldn’t already tell – I had a lovely time playing and whipping up this tag. I used cream paint in the letters (on metal plate) to make them stand out – then I wiped away the paint that was on the top (non-letters) part.
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