I love when I discover two products that I love work so well together. In this case, my favorite Glimmer Mist color Vanilla Breeze and my favorite Distress Ink color Vintage photo. The combination of the two make a wonderful glimmery vintage effect.
The photo and the book pages both had a lot of color variance and speckling from age. I like that the Glimmer Mist does not cover these flaws because to me they add a lot of vintage charm to the project.
I added a few shots of the awesome new fall Sugar Maple to the photo card. Sugar Maple has a really nice tea dye color so it is perfect for vintage projects. (It is a limited edition so if you love it like I do, you will want to be sure and stockpile a few!)
I added assorted pinks to a couple of pieces of vintage lace and Vanilla Breeze to a piece of vintage ribbon.
I made ribbonwork roses out of the ribbon and gathered the lace into rosettes.
I wet a piece of wide vintage ribbon and drug it through the colors on my misting mat. I let it wick up the color so that it would look like water stain.
I added color to the bingo card by using various colors of Glimmer Mist as watercolors. Spritz a bit of your desired color onto your misting mat and apply to your card with a damp paint brush. I finished off the card with some Clear Rock Candy Distress Crackle paint and Crushed Olive Distress Stickles.
Vintage done vintage thanks to a perfect pairing of Glimmer Mist and Distress Ink.