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Imagine Crafts Irresistible Texture Spray Review

Imagine Crafts contacted me last month asking if I'd be interested in reviewing some of their products. So, I'm reviewing them here on the blog! You can find my previous reviews here:
More reviews will be coming!

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Today I'm sharing my thoughts on Imagine Crafts Irresistible Texture Spray.

"Texture or color?  No need to choose with our new irRESISTible line!  irRESISTible adds both texture and vibrant, fade-resistant color to porous and non-porous surfaces."

Color mist + texture at the same time? Sounds cool, right? It is. On the card below, I sprayed the mist right over a stencil. I love the look of it!


Below I used the texture spray to mist over a butterfly negative I had. I also misted the hair on the girl I drew-

The amount of spray you get depends on how close to the paper you're spraying it. If you're really close, you'll get a lot of spray, if you're further away you will just get a light mist!
You can also unscrew the cap and flick the spray onto your page and you end up with little 3d dots that are almost like enamel dots!


Have you used these sprays before? I love that they add texture as well as being colorful. The white texture spray is pretty awesome!

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I was compensated for this by with free product from Imagine Crafts, but all opinions are my own.
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2 comments:

  1. These sprays look like a lot of fun! Texture in a bottle is something I've been looking for. I love your journal page. :) The girl's pink hair looks really pretty.

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  2. This looks very cool. I love how vibrant the colors are. Does it take very long to dry?

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