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Who doesn't love playing with Chroma Mists?

Who doesn't love playing with Chroma Mists?

Chroma Mist in Yellow, Pink, Orange, Green (or any colors you like)
Watercolor Cardstock
Raven cardstock
I love to layer the colors of Chroma Mist to give a splatter effect. 
Here's what I mean:
I took several sheets of watercolor cardstock and sprayed each with a different color of Chroma Mist.  You can lightly spray each with water, if you'd like, but it really depends on the intensity of the color you are looking to achieve.  I find that the best way to get a nice color is to allow the Mist to dry between sprays.  (You can always heat-set to dry but I find that the heat gun blows the color around).  I like to go back several times to add a few layers of color. 
*TIP*  Use a seltzer/delivery box as your spray box.  It soaks up the mess and if it gets too messy, you can just toss it!
On the pink and orange sheets, I actually made a mistake by spraying the opposite colors onto the sheets, but I liked the effect, so I made both look like the mistake was intentional!
The card base is also spattered with some green Chroma Mist.  I like to take the nozzle out of the bottle and use that to make the droplets. 
Now just use your floral dies to cut all the parts of the flowers and arrange your floral bouquet.
For the sentiment, I added a layer of vellum under the "Hi" diecut to give it a little dimension.
I'd love to see your take on this easy technique.  Tag me on Instagram @katedeignancards and make sure you tag @brutusmonroe as well!
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