Posted by: tanjawestwood | November 11, 2009

Masking with the Colour Spritzer

Hey ladies, sorry I haven’t returned earlier. We are having a bit of a heat wave down in Victoria at the moment and it really disturbs my creative vibe…I am so a winter girl! Anyhow I am back with my laptop finally!! (3 months in the warranty repairers) so I hope to be bringing you more ideas for your scrapbooking using our fabulous stamps and products.

I have had my Colour Spritzer for awhile now and haven’t really touched it, so whilst trying to fall asleep at night, when all my ideas seem to come to me, I thought it would be fun to try and mask with it. Now if you don’t know what masking is, Here are a few simple steps. I have used our Large star punch here for the example..

Punch out your shape and adhere a very small amount of Snail Adhesive to one side, stick to another piece of cardstock (this won’t be a permanent placement)

Slide a Stampin’ Write Marker into the Colour Spritzer, insuring the two tips meet

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Squeeze the balloon of Colour Spritzer until you get the desired effect. I found you can get different looks by how  HIGH YOU HOLD THE SPRITZER FROM YOUR WORK or HOW THE TIP OF THE MARKER IS ALIGNED…. its fun having a play with that!

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Now the fun part…the reveil…just slowly pull off the your mask, making sure to take you time…. then ta-da!!

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So there you go… now you are most likely thinking how can you do this in your scrapboooking. Well I had a play and this is what I came up with.

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The close up of the masking….

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So there is another little way you can use our great Stampin’ Write Markers.

If you are interested in getting the Markers or Colour Spritzer even, please email me at or  give me a buzz on 0418 144 732 I am here to help.

I will be back with some more layouts soon…

Hope your having a lovely day



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