Birthday Eclipse from Stampin’ Up!

Brusho is addictive!

Have you had a play with them as yet?

They can be found in Stampin’ Up!  2018 Occasions Catalogue on page 26 and if you can only purchase one product from this catalogue , then this should be it.

Brusho 144101

Oh! Also check out the great stamp sets on that page, it’s also a must.

Look….. just buy it all, you’ll get free product too! And that’s always good, RIGHT!


Yep! You heard right spend $90 (AU) and you can choose a product from the Sale-A-Bration Catalogue.

Not sure how them ask me…and I will help you..SPEND

Opps! I meant to say, I’ll help you place your order……

OK…lets get back to today’s fun card…

SEE!…..I told you it was a fun card.

Besides the colouring technique with Brusho, I also did the Eclipse technique..that is where you cut letters from the design and layer them to sit higher.

Instead of use single letters, I used the Happy Birthday Thinlets 143700. It was like putting together a “JIGSAW”, good thing I like doing jigsaws.

So if you like a bit of a challenge then give this card a go!

Here’s a couple of hints..

  • With the Brush dry each colour before adding the next.
  • Be careful not to loose those tiny little bits you need to glue in..I only lost one and it was the smallest
  • After cutting out Happy Birthday from card front, adhere the card front to matting layer. Place the Happy Birthday back on top and glue in all the little pieces. Making sure to lift the words so they don’t stick down.
  • Cut out 2 extra “Happy Birthday’s” and adhere on top of each other. Then attach the top colourful Happy Birthday on top.

If you have any questions then please contact me.

Below I have listed all the products used and they are linked back to my Store..



Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl – Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator.

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