Playing with Brusho

I recently purchased the new Brusho Crystal Colours which came out in the 2018 Occasions catalogue and I love it!!

At first, I thought it looked too hard and wasn’t for me.  But then I watched a few videos and decided that maybe I could!

I used watercolour paper and had a play with all the colours.  I put a few small holes in the top of the container and sprinkled a bit of the colour onto the paper.  I then spritzed it with water and let the colours blend.  Wow is all I can say!!

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To create the two blue pieces, I had sprinkled quite a lot of blue brusho on the paper and spritzed it a lot.  As it was quite wet, I decided to put a second piece on top of it to soak up the colour.  I’m pretty happy how both pieces turned out.

So I’ve created two cards out of these pieces so far.

I used the red piece (which looks a bit pink) and cut out the flowers from the Petals and More thinlits.  Aren’t they so pretty?

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My second card features the butterfly from the Beautiful Day stamp set.  I embossed it in silver embossing powder and then started with the yellow brusho powder and spritzed it.  Once the colours started to blend, I then added more of the red powder and let it do it’s magic.

The sentiment on the banner is also from the Beautiful Day set.

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I’m so happy with these and I can’t wait to play more!  If you would like to have a play, I recommend just diving in and giving it a try.  What’s the worst that can happen?

I hope you have a great week!!

Happy Stamping

Rebecca

 

 

 

 

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