Thankful Thursday #23


Thankful Thursdays are my opportunity to "Up My Gratitude." The goal is to make at least one card a week to thank someone. I LOVE when you play along by linking up below. 

Are you creating you own sketch yet???? Papertrey's MIM is all about the sketch. I haven't had time to create my own but love learning through Nicole's thought process. I choose to use one of the sketch's from the download.

I went a little overboard with my Mister Huey mist. It is sooo hard to control what comes out. Does anyone have some tips??

The papers are scraps from the last several weeks that worked well together. Always feels GREAT to actually use them.

Hope you find time to thank someone this week!! ~Rhonda 

supplies used:
stamps: PTI Think Big
ink: PTI Aqua Mist
paper: various from stash; PTI - stampers select white
other: The Twinery - Caribbean; Mister Huey's Color Mists - Water Cooler


  1. Fab take on the sketch - love your colours too!
    Now I'm a bit of a mist-phobe but one technique you can try is to spray upwards and let it settle on your card. It should spread out more...oh and I always mist in a big plastic bag!

  2. Grat colors. Love the papers you chose. I too have problems with misting. The last time I did it, I used a box to spray at and had the mist fall onto my card. Worked really well.

  3. What a great take on the sketch! I love your mix of patterned papers and how the misting tied everything together so perfectly!

  4. I actually really live how grungy this came out Rhonda! Great colours too!!

    I'm with the others - mist from a distance/into the air first. Or I often unscrew the bottle and splatter using the tube instead!

    Thanks so much for all your sweet words you left on my blog!!

  5. I too love the grungy look of your card, Rhonda! The patterned paper mix you used are great together! The last time i used mist was a year ago!!! I had so many oopsies when i used them, although i get better results when i test spray them first before spraying on the card, from a distance. Or, like Taheerah said, you can get splatters by tapping the tube onto the areas you wanted - more control that way. HTH! :)


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