The Shabby Tea Room Challenge 6 meets SMOOCH

Here is a Sneak Peek  at the New Smooch spritz Stampin Up! is offering in the new Summer Mini.  I have never used these before now all I can say– WOW they take covering chipboard to a whole new level!!

Take a closer look at the pictures– My son REALLY likes chocolate milk and he likes it really chocolate-y.  So he skipped the spoon and poured.  I’m not sure how I got this shot- I was in the kitchen just playing with the camera.  He soon realized I was taking his picture.   Hmmm,  How much chocolate is too much???

And The Shabby Tea Room inspiration:

Here is a close up of how just a few spritz sprays cover chip board.  WOW

I also sprayed it right on the card stock.  My son constantly spills the Nesquick powder on the kitchen counter so I thought that it looked similar.  Sparkle texture…LOVE IT!!

On a side note, make sure you get the New Color Catcher.  This Smooch stuff sprays all over!  The color catcher is perfect for chipboard and cards, if you are spraying your 12×12 pages you will need to have a big box or go outside.  I made a bit of a mess!

Come play with the sketch at the Shabby Tea Room

Stamps: Things I love

Paper: Creamy caramel, chocolate chip, very vanilla

Ink: chocolate chip

Accessories: Smooch spritz in log cabin, chocolate chip striped grosgrain ribbon, chipboard letters, scallop border, curly label and 1″ circle puches.

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  1. Debbie
    April 19, 2010 / 4:15 am

    Love your layout and how precious is your son with all that chocolate! Yippiee — I {heart} the SMOOCH-ies tooooooo! Very cool!! Great job with your DT project this week, as usual 🙂

  2. Anonymous
    April 19, 2010 / 9:41 am

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  3. Audrey Pettit
    April 19, 2010 / 10:54 am

    very cool to see a page created with this week's inspiration. Fun subject and that new spray looks great. Sounds like the Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists or the Shimmerz sprays. Those can get quite addicting. 🙂

  4. Nicole
    April 19, 2010 / 10:56 am

    Great job, Jill! Love the effect of the smooch spray! Great job with this challenge! 🙂

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