Vintage Coloring with Moon Shadows by Tina Stepanova

Hi gang! Tina here with you to show a quick and easy technique of adding vintage colors to your projects with the help of Lindy’s Moon Shadow Mist Sprays.


I took Bluebeard Blue Violet, Tawny Turquoise and Buccaneer Bay Blue mists and some thread, lace, fabric and a paper doily that I wanted to look more aged.


Sprinkle a mix of mists and add some water, it will help to color everything without leaving some white spots.



When coloring a paper die cut or a chipboard, I usually dip it in a puddle of Lindy’s mists. It helps to prevent the glitter flowing to the back of a die cut or chipboard.


Here is the result.


I made a short video if you would like to see the process. You can watch it below or on Lindy’s Stamp Gang YouTube channel.

And I used some of these embellishments to create my new art journal spread.




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Other Products:

  • For art journal: clear, white and black gesso, tags and stickers by 7 Dots Studio, stamps, black archival ink pad.


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