Sneak Peek at Brusho Colour Crystals

Brusho is going to be one of those items you NEED to place on your Wish List from the new Occasions Catalogue.  Especially if you love playing with techniques!

I busted mine out the other day, ignored the water and went straight to a fun technique using ironing starch.  I did have to buy some starch, it’s not something I regularly have in my laundry cupboard, something to do with lack of ironing *wink*

It’s not a messy technique, but you do have to prepare it in advance as you need to allow overnight drying time before you can create your cards.  That’s the hardest part right?

Brusho Colour Crystals

I love the way, once I cut out the butterfly, it took on a stained glass look.  The butterfly is from a new set called Beautiful Day, the Happy Birthday sentiment is from Picture Perfect Birthday.

Brusho doesn’t come in Stampin’ Up! colours, but once you have your finished piece, it’s really easy to find cardstock to match.  I’ve used Dapper Denim and Wild Wasabi.  My Brusho colours where Prussian Blue and Yellow.

And of course, I have a video for you!!  If you’re reading from your email, please come to the blog so you can see how these cards were created.

I need to play with the reds and oranges now! Definately think about putting these babies on your wish list, you’ll love playing with them.

December Happenings

Stampin’ Blends Class – Closes 17th December

Hostess Club @ Home – Closes 31st December

Year End Sale

 

2 thoughts on “Sneak Peek at Brusho Colour Crystals

  1. Hi, I was really interested in the black and white line drawings that you mentioned and showed in this video, but I can’t find it on this site. What is it called and where would I find it? PS I have the brushos and I’m definitely going to give this a try, sometimes it’s a bit scary until you see it done!! Thanks.

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