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Here is some examples of Missy's 'Misting Majic' and she has lot of great ideas to share about each layout!
To create the large, drippy circles, I first took a plastic cup and cut the bottom end out. I placed the larger end onto the paper and sprayed my mist heavily into the smaller end of the cup. Once the circle is covered in mist, I removed the cup. To make it drip, I help up my paper and sprayed the mist really close onto the circle. You can do this without the dripping, or make it as light or dark as you want! After the circles were dry, I began to assemble my pictures, paper and flowers. I love creating background like this because each one will be different, and you can customize the colors!
For this background, I used an old empty package of pop dots! Once they’re all used up, you have this square of empty circles, so why not use it for a mask? I just placed it at various spots on my paper and misted through the holes. I also just spritzed here and there…I didn’t want it to look uniform at all. I knew I wanted a grungy look for this layout since it was about my daughter looking like she’d just gotten into fight…haha! I used lots of black ink to smudge it up. I matched my background circles with some patterned paper with circles.
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