Brusho and Stampin’ Up! Pattern Party Decorative Masks.

 Brusho and Stampin’ Up! Pattern Party Decorative Masks.

I love the way this background effect has turned out, it has a tie dye feel to it. Almost that “Free Hippee, fun loving effect”

So to continue with that feel I kept the card very basic as the back ground is the focal point. Just a hint of contrast in colour with the Daffodil Delight and Old Olive flowers from the Petals and More Thinlets Dies.

Even the sentiment and font used has that earthy free movement to it.

The font used is from the Beautiful Day stamp set.

You can find a video on my YouTube Channel on how I achieved this effect called “Masks and Brusho”.

But there is one change I would do when trying this again. On the video I wet the watercolour paper first, instead of doing that lay the mask on the dry paper and then sprinkle the Busho, adding a light spray of water after. This way you will get more white space as above because the Brusho will not work on dry areas. If there is too much white space then give another light spray with water to move the colour about.

Have fun, play around….its trial and error. See what you come up with.

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Hope you have enjoyed my post and thanks for reading. If I can answer any questions for you please contact me.



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