A number of years ago now, I went to a Creating Keepsakes convention with a friend. One of the classes we took together was “Misting and More” sponsored by Studio Calico– and I think Kelly Purkey was the teacher! In the class, we learned different techniques for using Mr. Hueys mists– masking, resist, splattering etc.
We made little 2.5″x4″ cards for each technique, and they were meant to go onto a layout, but I didn’t ever make the layout. I did save the cards, because I thought they were really cool. When I wanted a set of thank-you cards recently, I decided to finally put these misted pieces to good use!
I inked the edges of the misted pieces to match the “thank you” sentiment, and the only other thing I did was to add enamel dots to the rub-on-resist card (the center one in the photo above), since it needed a little bit of dimension and texture to my eye.