Any stencil, be it plastic or metal, will work
for the spray mist color and stencil technique.
Here is a card made using Glimmer Mists
and a silver stencil that says Lynell Harlow - LJ849.
This positive portion is used for this card design.
1. As this stencil is a perfect quarter sheet size it is
possible to get four card backgrounds from one sheet of
cardstock. Place the paper on a craft sheet, then layer the
2. Mist evenly with color. Note the beading of the
mist on the stencil.
3. Gently place a second quarter sheet of card stock
over the misted stencil and paper.
Hold in place with one hand and rub over the
4. The negative and positive results.
I have noticed that with this stencil the negative is
5. Mist both again with the lighter color of spray mist color.
6. Let dry. I prefer air drying and when the paper is still
very slightly damp, layering between scrap paper and
placing under a heavy book. Leave it at least over night, so
you have a nice flat background to stamp on.