Distress Resist Spray ... by Tim Holtz
Tim Holtz Distress Resist Spray is a unique medium that goes on semi-translucent then dries clear and raised. Once dry, this medium is water resistant even when sprayed onto plastics.
Have a bit of fun and use to create various layered effects on your project. Perfect for mixed media, visual arts, scrapbooking, journaling and other papercrafts. Fantastic for layering, watermark effects and creating texture.
How to use ...
Spray directly on a surface for a splattered effect or through a stencil and let dry completely (allow an hour for plastic or other non-porous surfaces).
Colour over the top of the dried resist medium using waterbased mediums such as paints, inks, stains and aquacrayons.
Use for stamping ...
Working quickly and carefully, pour or spray the medium onto the craft mat. Use a roller or brayer to pick up the medium and roll over your stamp (rubber, foam or clear). Press to print onto your surface. Wash the stamp straight away, do not let it dry on the tools or stamps. I keep a container of soapy water nearby which makes it alot easier.
Work on a protected area (craft mat or scrap paper).
Clean the sprayer nozzle and all tools used after use before it dries.
Once it is dry, you won't be able to wash it off using soap and water.
I haven't tried cleaning it off with orange oil or other solvents yet. I'll update this when I do :)
Experiment, be creative and most of all, have fun!
- acid free and non toxic
- dries clear and raised (textured)
- permanent when dry
- made by Ranger Industries
One bottle is 1.9 fl oz or 57ml.