Spritz & Mask
October 11, 2011

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Cyndi (posted 1 year 7 months ago)
You ladies have entirely too much fun! LOL!!! If my cardmaking mojo has flown the coop, all I need to do is get online & watch a webisode or 2, & the fun you have gets me in the mood to create! Thanks for archiving, as I just recently got my resist canvas, & came to watch this again. Will try to remember to scan my card in to share when it's done! Thanks ladies!!!
MaryKay (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
thank you I just asked for more instructions before I came across this webisode-very imformative
Heidi (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
Loved it all, very helpful...especially the laughter. I like to craft AND smile.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
As you can see, we agree!
Cynthia (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
This was a fun webisode to watch. Great new colors of spritzes, and I also like the canvas resists. More items for my wish list.
Kathy (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
awesome ideas for using spritz's
Annette (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
Love Smooch spritz and especially love the tips for spraying and keeping it clean. Any tips for when the tips become clogged? I've got one that just won't spray.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Ann answers: Make sure the nozzle is fully extended before spraying. When working with the spritz, I always wipe and pull up the nozzle with a paper towel between sprays to keep it clean. Shake well before using and always shake in between sprays to loosen up the particles in the ink. To clean, try removing the top of the spritzer, putting the tube in water and spraying a bunch of times to clean out the nozzle.

Here's another tip for cleaning I found on a blog:
If the ink dries outside of the nozzle, remove the nozzle and submerge it in a household cleaner (such as Windex or 409) for 20 minutes. Rinse, replace the nozzle, shake well, and spray.
Janet S. (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
I really like this technique on patterned paper because it creates depth and interest. Very neat. Thank you PaperWishes!
Kathy B (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
Wonderful new products! Love the new Spritz colors, the new masks are giving me some great ideas for cards, and the canvas shapes will be fun to play with!! Thanks for the inspiration :)
Elena C (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
Thank you SO MUCH for your teaching webisodes. I just learn so much.. can't wait to try those masks & spritzes..
Olga Boyko (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
Great techniques, but the constant gales of laughter for no apparent reason very distracting from the instructions.
Terry (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
what type of card stock are you using?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
We are using regular cardstock, smooth finish. Item number 4003448 at PaperWishes.com.
Lynn (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
I couldn't find the spritz holder on your site - how is it listed?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
It is item 4004576.
Barb P. (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
Another great webisode! I just started using the smooch spritz, and love it. A suggestion for the oversprayed spritz that collects on the craft mat--soak it up onto white cardstock and cut it to size for a card -- instant one-of-a-kind background.
Kathleen (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
This was a great webisode. Before this, I knew nothing about the spritzes, masks and canvas resists. I hope you know how talented Ann is. She is an asset to your company. Thank you for teaching me something new. These items are going onto my wish list.
sclement (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
I just love your webisodes and look forward to every week to see a new one!I have had a problem with the tips getting gummed up and love the tip to correct that.Keep crafting!
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