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Thursday, 19 February 2015

Wonderful Brusho (by Maria)

Hello stampers!


Today I will show you some more samples made with the beautiful flowers of the Sketchy Doodle Flowers stamp set on a Brusho background. I hope you like them, they really were fun to make!

I put a tiny quantity of yellow and green grains of Brusho on my smooth white paper and sprayed some water on it, the background looks just fine. I stamped my butterflies, my flower and branch with Versafine Onyx Black ink on my background. On a plate I took some grains of yellow Brusho and sprayed some water on it, which creates some Brusho paint to paint the yellow parts on the butterflies and the flowers.  I used some green to create a new paint, etc.
This background is made the same way as my first one, but I used some blue and yellow Brusho crystals. The butterflies are painted with blue Brusho and the branch is cut out of brown cardstock paper with a branch die. The flowers are stamped on a paper coloured with Brusho and cut out. The leaves are cut out of a branch stamped on a green coloured paper and glued to the cardstock branch. Here and there I added some accents with my white gelly pen.

Do you like my samples? I hope that you try to make some Brusho cards too.

Have nice and creative week, enjoy!

Greetings,
Maria

11 comments:

  1. Leuke kaarten en mooie achtergronden. Beide vind ik mooi maar bij de tweede spingt de groen - blauw combinatie in het oog en die vind ik erg mooi. Groetjes Janny

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  2. Lovely cards, beautiful colour combinations.

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  3. It's that first one that catches my eye particularly - fascinating to see the difference in using the Brushos as paint - it looks super using the same colours but giving a different vibrancy to the images, I especially like the branch in your top right & that butterfly bottom left & the sentiment has the perfect font to suit.
    Your brown branch & the green leaves die cut from cardstock give a different texture/feel to the composition & I like the way they've added some physical dimension to the design. It's always fascinating see what hello & blue produce in terms of green & the background shows that beautifully.
    Paula (PEP)

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  4. Lovely work with the brushos. You make them look so appealing and easy to work with, which I'm sure they're not. Love the colour schemes on both cards.

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    1. They are very easy to work with ,Beth, but you must be careful not using too much!!!
      Greetings!Maria

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  5. These are lovely Maria the Brushos make fabulous backgrounds don't they? I've not used them for painting with yet though so might have to give that a try

    Jackie x

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  6. I love them! Haven't tried 'painting' with my Brushos....yet! Thanks for more inspiration.

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  7. Both cards are gorgeous Maria! Coco xx

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  8. Such great colours and great little bit subtile- backgrounds!

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