Thursday, 8 February 2018

Stamping Techniques To Try - Brusho

Welcome to the Stamping Techniques to try blog hop. This month it is all about Brusho.
Don't know what Brusho is? 
It is the coolest colouring technique around. So artsy and easy to do. Before I explain just one way to use Brusho, here is the card I made with it.

I love how the Brusho effect came out on this card. The product reacts differently every time you use it, and I think it is so much fun to see what happens.

Now this product or technique is  not for those people who like precision in their work. This product lends itself more to the messy crafter and the less precise end result.
Brusho Crystal Colour comes in the cutest little pots. The pigment crystals are very fine, so don't open the lid unless you want to look like you have just participated in a colour run. Instead, use a piercing tool to make one or more holes in the lid. Then you sprinkle the colour onto your project.

For my card today,  I used the Whisper White Gloss Cardstock and dropped water over the bottom right corner. I then sprinkled the Brilliant Red crystals over the water. I moved the card stock around to make sure that the colour spread through all the water. Then I heat set it. The water pooled in some ares, hence the darker spots and edges in the section.

To learn more about Brusho, make sure you watch the video below.

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  1. love it Narelle ... perfect backdrop for the Panda.

  2. Sweet and simple Narelle. Love the little panda and a perfect card for the beginner stamper!

  3. Very cute card Narelle. Love the Brusho background touch

  4. What a cute card you created! I like the vibrant background for the panda. Very nice!

  5. Beautifully designed card, Narelle. the red Brusho looks gorgeous against the Black & white panda.

  6. Fabulous card Narelle! I haven't used Brush on Glossy Card, but I will now! thank you for your hints and tips x