I have become a big Maya Mist fan.
A quick way to color and cover chipboard but I got hooked on the richness of the Mist colors.
Sometimes I need a sample of the color sprayed on chipboard to use as I am working on my projects.
I used the extra tag that comes with some of the Maya Road products to make a little swatch color book.
Much the same as a decorator would use a paint sample book, I use my Maya Mist sample book. Except mine is tiny (click on the picture to see it in much bigger than life form!!).
Colors L to R (pink grapefruit, Bubblegum, Cotton Candy Cherry, Sunflower Yellow, Lemon, Cream, Hydrangea, Dark Cornflower, Blue, lime, Avocado, teal, Blue Raspberry, Silver and Gold.)
Aren't the metallics beautiful?
I can just hold my little swatch piece to my project and find the right color. I write the name on the back in pencil.
For store owners or anyone who wants a visual display of the colors, another good way to display the Mists is to create plain white fabric Cabbage Roses. I ended up mounting these all on a canvas to display at an event that was selling Maya Mists. It was a great way to display the colors.
Just a couple of ideas to help you pick out your colors easier. I need a visual of what the color will look like with my project, so the swatch idea works perfectly for me. Plus then I don't forget what color of Mists that I own.
Have a great day and Happy Creating!