Monday, June 7, 2010

Bouquet Bunch Pots

Here is today's card to share.  I'm still playing with the Mini Catalog stamps as I 'patiently' wait for the sneak peek stuff from the new catty. 

I'm still learning how to use the Smooch Spritz spray.  This is the first time I actually used the spray on a project.   When you get your smooch spritz, you will notice that the glitter tends to settle on the bottom when it sits for a while.  So you will have to shake the glass vial vigorously to get the glitter all mixed up in the smooch again.  Pretty simple and common sense, right? I'm not sure if it was a late night when I was stamping and I just wasn't paying attention or if I was just having a 'moment'....  but as I shook the vial, I felt a mist on my face and arm. First thing I thought was, "Is it raining?" Well... of course not! I'm only inside my stamp room on a warm California evening. The rain was no where near me. The windows were closed so why would there be a mist?  I wiped off the mist from my face and  I continue shaking the vial and it FINALLY occurs to me that its the spritz.  At this point, I have the spritz all over my hand, sprayed on my face and arm and some had found its way on my pants.  The spray nozzle had been unscrewed from the top of the vial and I hadn't bothered to check it before I started shaking.  It was silly of me. I was pretty upset with myself that night but now I just laugh at myself because I each time I remember this incident, I remember seeing myself in the mirror right before going to bed looking like a tiger-lady. Lesson learned:  Spritz comes off your skin pretty easily but not off your clothes. 

Thanks for stopping by!

Happy Stampin'!

Stamp Sets: Bouquet Bunch, Wood Grain
Inks: Soft Suede, Old Olive, Chocolate Chip, Regal Rose, Pretty in Pink, Always Artichoke, Apricot Appeal
Paper: Soft Suede cardstock, Very Vanilla cardstock, Old Olive cardstock
Accessories: Scallop Punch, Marvelous Markers, Twill Tape, Smooch Spritz Log Cabin


  1. I just love the Smoocch Spritz with the Wood Grain stamp. Wonderful card! (And yes, that bottle really does take some attention...I wore it after a class!).

  2. What a cute card, and I'm sure you looked cute in the smooch spritz too LOL.

    Thanks for sharing,

  3. LOL--thanks for sharing your smooch spritz story. That's totally something I would do. ;-)

    I love how you used the woodgrain background with this set--great combination.

  4. I love this set - bought it and haven't used it yet though, so thanks for the post on it! Super cute!!!!