Circles are one of my favorite design elements. I love big circles and small circles. And even teeny tiny circles can make a big statement on a page. Most of the layouts in my favorites at Studio Calico have circles as a major design element.
So, it’s no surprise that my circle punches are some of my most used tools in my scraproom.
On my “Fear” layout in the May Gallery, I punched 1.5” circles from some scrap paper and laid them end to end on the paper I wanted to mist. When I mist, I don’t adhere the mask to the page or hold it down with my hand. I just lay them and let the mist fall where it lands.
I sprayed several times with White Mister Huey and removed the circles.
I basically created my own patterned paper with mist and a circle punch. This is a great way to use mist on your layout without having a “messy” look to your page, too. Supplies: Kits (Lawn Party, Pink Lemonade, Paper Lanterns), Mister Huey White Mist, Cardstock (More Color 5/2011), Pen (American Crafts)