Brusho 144101 is a fantastic product that Stampin’ Up have added to their 2018 Occasions Catalogue and are great to get a simple but vibrant water wash.
Between Christmas and new year I visited my parents in Mudgee and spent some time with my sister in her art studio on her farm and what an amazing time we had.
Playing with Brusho and coming up with different effects.
When I got home to Moss Vale I couldn’t wait to make some cards out of what I created.
So here is the first one “Brusho Butterflies”
What is Brusho®?
Brusho is watercolour Ink Crystals – mixed with water to make watercolour washes and designs. Sprinkle directly on water wash paper and watch the colour burst.
How to use..
There are many ways to use Brusho, the few I have tried so far are-
- Mix with water on a palette
- Add water to watercolour paper and sprinkle on top
- Sprinkle on paper first and then add water via spray bottle
Don’t remove lid..as the powder may become airborne and you will have colour everywhere.
Poke 1-3 holes into the lid and use like a salt shaker.
Make sure your work area is clear of anything you don’t want colour on.
Here is a quick video showing how I made the front of this card.
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Hope you have enjoy my video and I would love to here from you on what you think.