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Product Review Thursday- Goosebumps

Hello scrappy and crafty friends. Barbara here with a product review for you. I am going to be demonstrating a spray called Goosebumps
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TIP OF THE DAY--  When trying a brand new product, experiment on scrap paper first so you can get the feel for how the product works.

This is my finished project, a card I made with paper I created with Goosebumps and distress inks.


  •  Recipe
  • white smooth cardstock
  • goosebumps spray
  • at least three colors of distress ink
  • ink applicator

 First Spray the white cardstock with the goosebumps spray. Hold at least 18 inches away to avoid big puddles. Spray lightly two or three times keeping the bottle moving all the time. It may take as long as 20 minutes for the spray to dry completely. You want it completely dry before you add ink or mist.

Then ink with coordinating colors of distress ink then wipe with a paper towel to get the ink off of the "goosebumps". 
And spray lightly with water to get the distress ink look

To make the card I cut the cardstock six by 10.5 inches.
Fold down at 4.5 inches.
Add a border on the bottom that is longer than the top.
I used Staz on ink to stamp my design and sentiment so it would stay on the areas that had been sprayed with the goosebumps.
Here again is the finished project:

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Hope you will try goosebumps for yourself. It is a fun product.
Here is another project I made using it.


I sprayed goosebumps along the bottom and right side of the pp and sprayed over that with red mist and wiped with a paper towel.
Thanks for stopping by. Hope you found this helpful.
Have a scrapbook blessings kind of day.
Barbara
Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,

Comments

  1. Very fun card! I'm thinking I might need some Goosebumps now---lol :-)

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  2. Beautiful! I can't wait to try this.

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