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Archive | August 30, 2011

Video | Pink Paislee Mistables

What’s cream and white and neutral all over? Pink Paislee’s new Mistables line – which is exactly what the name promises. These papers and embellishments are the perfect blank slate to ink, mist, spritz, stain, and otherwise colorize.

Resist is a technique often seen in stamping and mixed media arts, and in 2011 we have seen it begin to show up in several scrapbook companies in pre-made designs. These products feature a resist design as well as the black printed designs, which allows amazing results you have to see to believe. Have you seen all these resist products but don’t know what you’re supposed to do with them? Watch and I’ll show you!

As you can see, the possibilities are endless! I’ve taken the patterned paper I used distress stain on in the video and created a layout with even more mistable products.

The chipboard letters are definitely a stand-out favorite. I love how well they take ink, and all those little white lines that pop up in resist.

Supplies that I used in this layout include Pink Paislee Mistables paper, fabric pleat stripchipboard letters, anddie cut labels. I also used stickers and brads from American Craft’s Amy Tangerine line, and Tim Holtz Distress Stain (Tumbled Glass), Tim Holtz Distress Ink (Worn LipstickBrushed Corduroy), and Studio Calico Mr. Huey’s mist in Piglet.

With the ability to make these product any color in the rainbow, and the durability and quality of the products I have been working with, I’ll be keeping my stash full of mistables, and adding them in many of my projects in the future.

Mistables are now available in stores as well as online, including at Scrapbook.com andTwoPeasInABucket.com.

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