I finally did it! I finally tried painting with the Splash spray that A Muse Studio sells (which is probably similar to all those other sprays on the market). A|S consultants have been sharing their masterpieces painted with Splash for quite awhile, but no one really gave any how-to's on how to go about doing it. I'm not really into experimenting.
Okay, I'll even give you my how-to's even if it isn't right; it is what I did and it seems to have worked fine. I shook up the Splash spray to mix it, then I unscrewed and removed the top. I dabbed the tube that leads up to the spray nozzle onto a plastic palette so it left a small puddle of Splash spray. I then took a mister bottle and misted the puddle. Then I sopped it up with a paint brush and painted with it. Easy peasy and not messy. I rinsed off the palette in the sink before switching colors.
The Fine Print: All products by A Muse Studio. Stamps--Fine Feathers, Haunted Mansion Background and Best Friends Forever; cardstock--mermaid and sugar; other products--mermaid and papaya Splash and gold washi from the metallic assosrtment.