Saturday, March 8, 2008

Messin with Memories Mist

I learned about Memory Mist in my amstamps ( Yahoo group. Finally after hearing so much about them I viewed Elaine Barr's You Tube video & I was HOOKED! It is like a pigment ink spray that leaves a watercolor type affect. It is made by Superior ( & it's pretty new. I purchased mine on Ebay but Superior has some places listed on their website where it can be purchased. I used 4 colors for all of mine but there's apparently 12 colors available. I've done some pictures with just the backgrounds & then some I rubber stamped & laminated. These are done on a glossy type bookmarks. You can use on a matte type paper but it just has a different look. The colors I used on these were, Orange Juice, Blueberry Shake, Margarita & Mango Lemonade.

Kind of like a 60's memory!

I just love the way the colors mix together.

More backgrounds.

Some glossy cards done with 2 different crocheted doilies.


GAIL said...


kecia deveney said...

this stuff looks really cool. yet another thing to dabble in, right? the backgrounds with the doiles look pretty sweet and when you start building on them, think of the depth you'll get! hmm, might have to go shopping on ebay!
xoxo kEcIa

Anonymous said...

diane this stuff looks very cool, i love your new header, and think i need that madonna in the center for one of my images, i love her....and you will have to tell me how to put up that header, your blog is developing very i knew they would...

ashley said...

oooo how beautiful! i especially like the doily ones! and yes! you'll have to come up for the flea market next time :)

Elaine Elwick Barr said...

Hi Diane!

These tags are Gorgeous! How much fun have you been having!? :) And, there are actually 24 colors of three metallics!

Thank you soooo much for all of your well wishes. I'm so glad to hear you found the videos..I'm working on a new one this week!

Take care and happy stamping! :)

Elaine Barr

Zeborah Loray said...

Ooooh! Love the textures done with the doilies. I will have to try that.
Wonderful eye candy here. I love your blog!