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Resist-able paper and Color Shine - Thursday Review

Hey kids!  Cindy back on the SBC blog today to share a product review.  I'm playing with resistable paper and Color Shine today.  This is my first time trying out both of these products. 

TiP:  Keep a roll of paper towels handy.  It's going to get messy....LOL!

Heidi Swapp Color Shine - teal, primrose
Pink Paislee - Artisan Wings- resist-able paper (8x8)
Pink Paislee- Artisan Wings - resist butterflies
craft mat

Color Shine is cool!  Shake it until you hear the little ball--like a spray paint can.  Press the pump sprayer all the way down and use sweeping strokes across your paper/embellishment/ribbon. 

It's easy to get carried away.  I think I may have used a bit too much.  Let it sit on your paper for a few seconds.  Then wipe away the extra with your paper towels.

Most of it wiped off...oops!  Live and learn, right?  LOL!  But look how pretty.  And it was so easy! 

If you don't have any Color Shine you can also use markers, inks, paints and stains with the resist-able paper.

I colored this butterfly teal.  Too fun!  Make sure you use your craft mat. You can make your embellishments match your paper and project.  Too fun!

I created a card with the pink paper :-)  I'm sure I'll use the teal butterfly soon!!

I used a digi from Meljen's Designs.  They are one of our blog's fabulous sponsors :-)  This image is called Love is Sweet and it's free right now.  Go take a look!!

I hope I've inspired you to get out your Color Shine and resist-able paper and play :-)  Thanks for stopping by today!  If you are on facebook be sure and stop by the Scrapbook Blessings Club.  There is always something fun going on.

I hope you have a blessed day.

Cindy---In Love with PAPER


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