Stamp Camp: Mist & Resist
July 16, 2010

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Mary (posted 4 years ago)
Love the webisodes so useful. you must have someone do a template card on that teapot. It is beautiful. Love, Love, Love!
Lovely GG (posted 4 years ago)
loved all of it. It's on my must have list :)
Sooooo good to see Sara again :) :) :)



Barb (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
Very Interesting!!!!!
Marilyn (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
I loved stamp week. I am so glad to see Sara back again. I used to get items and not know how to use them. These classes are great.
Kathy B (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
Thanks for showing the different techniques using Glimmer Mist, I have not tried these yet. The tote bag is very nice! Thanks, also, for another great Week of Webisodes!
ila Sibley (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
Love the Webisodes!
Don't shake the Glimmer Mist it get the particles in the sprayer and clogs it. You are suppose to swirl the bottle until there are no more particles on the bottom of the bottle. And swirl it evertime you pick the bottle up as it settles fast.
dora evatt (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
I love the totes, I just got done with a tote swap and I wish I had known about this awesome way of doing it. thanks for the tutorial
Dale Sample (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
I love it when you have week-long webisodes--something to sit down and relax with at the end of the day. So much great information and it was so wonderful to see Sara back again. Keep up all of the great ideas and I'll keep ordering!
kathyc (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
Great stamp camp week! I love working with Glimmer Mist! It's addictive! Sara is right...don't shake the bottles...that is what causes them to clog. If you will roll them between your palms (think of rolling a clay snake..that's the technique) the glimmer will quickly incorporate into the misting medium, and you will not risk clogging the sprayer.
Joy (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
This has been a very exciting week. I hope you do this again. I have learned a lot and had fun applying what I learned. AND, as an added bonus - it was so good to see Sarah back. Keep up the webisodes, girls.
Michelle Myers (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
Came to the website after looking at the catalog for a particular item (finger daubers for chaulking). Viewed a webisode and am sooooo thrilled! Thank You
Marlene (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
Stamp week has been terrific! I have learned so much - coming from a small town, your webisodes are fabulous for keeping up to date. Many thanks!
Jane M (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
Great week, thanks so much.
Tip:
With mica sprays the best way I've found to stop them clogging up is to rinse the nozzle after each use and spray some clean water through it before replacing in the bottle.Since I've started doing this I have not had any problems.
Barb P (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
You did it again, ladies--what a week! But I have to say 'Mist & Resist' was the best. "Thanks" to you and your designers.
NINETTE PARISH (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
RE: WEBISODE 5
ALSO NOTE THAT THE BOTTLES SHOULD BE SHAKEN LIKE YOU WOULD NAIL POLISH NOT UP & DOWN & YOUR GLIMMER MIST WILL NOT CLOG UP.
Linda Ellington (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
It is easy to fall in love with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist. The number one recommendation from then is don't shake the bottles up and down, take the bottle and hit is to the palm of your hand. Shaking up and down cause to the mica to go up the spray spout. I have not had any trouble since using this method to shake the bottles. Love your web shows and have been watching them ever since you first started with them. Enjoy your new found shabby vintage maker Glimmer Mist!!
Diana F (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
Loved stamp camp week. I've learned so much and discovered some new products. Can't wait to receive my order and start playing. The webisodes are a delight and motivate me to get crafting. Your presentation takes the mystery out of the product and assures me that I can do the same thing. Thanks for sharing.
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