Here's my attempt at making Glimmer Mist. I used the Adirondack re-inkers that I got at Michaels (Going from Left to Right in a clockwise circle: Eggplant, Lettuce, Wild Plum, Cranberry, Butterscotch, Stream). The spray container is the Mini-Mister (3 in a pack from Michaels). The glimmer ingredient comes from the Perfect Pearls powder (4 in a package at Michaels).
The basic recipe for each mister is as follows: 3/4 container of water, 2 scoops of powder (used a wood coffee stirrer from Starbucks) followed by 10-20 drops of ink into the mister. Shake and voila... Glimmer Mist.
Going from left to right (AGAIN), I used Eggplant ink with 2 small scoops of "pearl powder." I used "lettuce" and "gold powder" for the light green spray. I used Wild Plum with "gold powder." With Cranberry ink, I used "bronze powder." For the butterscotch spray, I used "copper powder." With the Stream ink, I used the "bronze powder."
I then sprayed the sample white (Georgia-Pacific/Walmart) cardstock and then used my hot heat embossing gun and dried the paper. In retrospect, I should have dabbed a paper towel to absorb some of the water and then heat gunned it.
On some of the samples (the purple and the green), I had to do repeat the 'mist/heat-gun' step to make the paper darker.
My only complaint is that I wish the misters were bigger. The spray nozzle is perfect however the amount of liquid it holds is small and therefore by creating these swatches, I already used 1/4 of my mister solution.
And here is the little container box that I made to hold the re-inkers, the perfect pearls, and the misters. I got the container box for $1 at Michaels.