DIY Ink Spray Using Nuvo Mousse

June 8, 2018

Hi friends! In today’s video, I share how to create your own colorful sprays using Nuvo Mousse and how to create several projects using it. This is such a fun way to get more use out of the mousse and create a completely different look on your projects!

(Looking for anything that I used in the video? All of the supplies are linked with images to multiple stores at the end of this post. Compensated affiliate links used when possible. Watch the full video HERE in HD!)

You can create the sprays in whatever bottles you have. I use Nuvo Spray Bottles because I like the locking feature and spray handle which keeps your hand a bit cleaner when using the sprays! I mixed in 2 or 3 scoops of the mousse into the bottle (more or less depending on how saturated you want the color to be). Then, I added a bit of water and shook up the mixture until the chunks of mousse were dissolved.

To create the first card, I sprayed the color through a stencil to create a simple background. I added bold stamping on top of the background using the Hipster stamp set (I just love those quirky animals). This created a masculine card that is simple, yet bold!

On the second example, I sprayed a die cut with color for a fun and organic look. I also used Indian gold mousse (in a spray) to create a shimmery gold background for the die cut to sit on. To finish off the card, I added a small sentiment from the Sea Friends stamp set and added some Nuvo drops to the die cut flowers.

I created the next two cards using one background that I created with the sprays and lots of stencils. I used the Mariposa Wings die to cut out of the background and made sure to keep all of the little die cut pieces. Then, I covered the card base with the 6-inch adhesive roll (this stuff is so awesome and sticky) and pieced the background back together with a black die cut. This creates a beautiful background that is completely smooth and inlaid!

On the last card, I used the positive wings die cut from the background and adhered it to cardstock that I sprayed gold (using my DIY Indian gold spray). I finished the card off with a stacked ‘prayers’ die cut for a bold and beautiful effect!

SUPPLIES

Below are all of the supplies used in today’s video linked to multiple stores for convenience. Compensated affiliate links used when possible (when you use these links it helps support me at no extra cost to you)… Thank you!


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1 Comment

  • Reply Barbara Walborn June 12, 2018 at 10:31 am

    Love the technique. I think the Lily Spray card is my favorite. Good job!

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