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Nuvo - Embellishment Mousse - Fresh Copper - 809n
The Nuvo Embellishment Mousse is perfect for highlighting your artwork with smooth metallic details, provided by the highly-pigmented mica powder. Ideal for use with or without stencils, the Embellishment Mousse adds a unique lustrous shine to your papercraft projects and beyond. This versatile mousse is perfect for gilding your designs or using as a stencil paste. For even more brilliant effects, try watering it down for painting and spritzing.
62.5g/2.2oz pots, available in 24 colours.
I love the embellishment mousse. You can apply it thin or thick and the shine in it is beautiful!
I absolutely love this color and it makes a great pop of color for fall cards or for masculine cards.
Great texture for backgrounds!
I am using my Embellishing Mousse far more than I thought I would and now have several colors--I think 12. This is a great product to work with, smooth and easy to spread either with a brush or using a stencil. The colors are great. I often make my own shimmer paper so I have just the color I need.
These Mousse products from Nuvo intrigued me. I ended up waiting until they were 50% off and then buying a bunch... like about 15. I got a wide variety of colors and I am partial to greens, blues, and aquas. I made a backdrop for a card using a leaf stencil and a light green Nuvo mousse. "Mousse" is accurate, but think of a dish of "mousse au chocolat" (chocolate mousse) that has sat around during an evening, uneaten... how it's sort of congealed or condensed and in a lump, not fluffy and puffy. When you open this jar (pot), which comes w/ a foil liner, by the way, the mousse is moist but not gloppy. You sort of have to scoop it out. It spreads very easily; it's slick against the paper. I used my fingers to spread it over the leaf stencil (see image) but the next day I used my new spatula that arrived that morning. Both spread the mousse well -- the only difference was the uniformity of the level of mousse.
Unfortunately I cannot tell you how long the mousse takes to dry completely. I would say a thin layer would be dry in an hour or maybe less. If you really glob it on the paper in a thick layer, it might take a few hours. I left this card base to dry overnight. It was beautiful in the morning and ready to make into a card.
This color would be gorgeous in a fall leaf composition with oranges, reds, coppers, golds, etc.
I think this company makes outstanding products. The only one I have not been dazzled by is the Stone Drops, and, to be fair, I have not purchased them. I've watched videos online and read product descriptions and have just thought "meh."