Below is information from the website of the maker of Smooch.
Tips and Techniques:
-For best results, spray six to ten inches from project. For a heavier application of color, spray closer to the project.
-Before each use, shake vigorously until all particles are mixed. The sprayer can clog if particles get sucked up into the tube. Spray in direction of arrow as viewed on nozzle top.
-To speed dry time, heat with a heat tool.
-If ink dries outside the nozzle, remove the nozzle and submerge in household cleaner (such as Windex or 409), for 20 minutes. Rinse, replace the nozzle, shake well and spray
-Layer colors by spraying a small amount of two different colors onto your project. Start with a lighter color and end with a darker color.
-Build color by spraying several thin coats. Allow to dry between coats. Spray chipboard and embellish with a coordinating Smooch™ color.
-Spray a background on card and pages. When dry, stamp images.
I am busy trying to make some more matchboxes like I showed in this post for the wedding rehearsal party next week. I have not had much time to stamp or post lately, but am having a blast making things for the wedding. I start making the wedding programs this week. Yahoo! I am so excited for Hannah and Bobby! They are such a sweet, godly couple. The Lord has blessed them with many needed items for their new home. They didn't have a microwave and lo and behold and aunt of Bobby's had a microwave and crock pot sent to our home. They were so happy and excited to see God provide! He is always good to us!