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Brenda B.

And to think that I thought this was a magical process...thanks for the super tutorial.

Renee VanEpps

Great tutorial Emily!! I really learned alot and appreciate that SCT takes the time to not only read but address their reader's questions!!! Great job 2 all!!!!!!!

Sue Alg

Great tutorial. I hadn't seen the other instructional video and that was helpful too. Thanks for sharing.

Lisa Federspiel

Great info! I may even be tempted to try this technique now. Thanks for sharing!!


WOW! I SO love this page! I REALLY struggle with misting - you have cleared up most of my questions - just one more - when I mist (even lightly) the paper always crumples and bends. How do you keep your paper flat afterwards? I've often tried it as a background paper but because it is so crumpled and not flat I don't use it - I often end up cutting it up to make embellishments! Will definitely be giving masking a go though. Thank you so much for sharing :-)

Penny Douphinett

Thanks for the tutorial and your tip about how not to get the clumps I don't like! Your snowflake background is beautiful!

Dorina D

Great tutorial and fantastic tips for better misting. The snowflake background is gorgeous. Thanks!

Deborah Price

Thanks for the tutorial. I have been reluctant to try mists but you made it look so easy and uncomplicated, I am going to give it a try.

Sharon Gullikson

What a cool idea. I have mists, but haven't used them because I don't know what to do. I do now!!

Erica Hettwer

Gorgeous! That snowflake background is just gorgeous!

Bonnie Cooper

thanks for the tip about the bubbles, so helpful!!


Lovely -- thanks for the great tutorial!


I LOVE this idea. I see mists all the time but it's one of those items that I just don't know what I'd do with it or how to incorporate it into my projects!!!

Sacha Rowe

I second the question about how to mist without the paper warping...I always seem to have this issue even after covering my cardstock with heavy books for a couple of days. Am I just using too much mist or is there another trick I'm not aware of? Love the tutorial though. I would definitely like to try this technique!


Love it! Thanks Emily!!

Lorraine Melin

Thanks for the tutorial! In the final photo, it looks like you've stamped with the snowflake (the darkest ones.) How was this achieved? I was thinking maybe with the negative of the punch?

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I am going to have to try this!! It looks GREAT!!! Thank you for sharing!!


Thanks for the tutorial! I think I'm going to try this with a card! ;o)

Kelly Panacci

You did a great job with this tutorial. Love it!

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