Create bold and colorful images using Brusho Crystal Colour pigments!! I used the Stampin' UP! Beautiful Day stamp set, with its big, bold images, to highlight the Brusho coloring on these handmade cards today!
I sprinkled Brilliant Red, Prussian Blue and Yellow Brusho onto a scrap of watercolor paper, spritzed it with water, and when it was all dry, I stamped the butterfly image with Archival Black ink to the watercolor image. I used my Stamparatus to do this... read on to see why! :)
So you may ask, WHY did you use the Stamparatus to stamp the butterfly?
1. because I'm stamping on watercolor paper, which is bumpy and porous
2. because it's a pretty bold outline image
3. because I knew I'd need to reink and restamp this this a few times to get it really solid black and the Stamparatus is the perfect way to ensure that it gets stamped in the right place!
I mounted the butterfly image with Stampin' Dimensionals onto my card. The card base is Daffodil Delight, and I used 2 patterns from the Petal Passion black and white designer paper pack. The gold accents are from the Painted with Love gold vinyl sticker collection.
Above & Below: I stamped the flower image from the Beautiful Day stamp set with Versamark ink onto watercolor paper and heat embossed it with my heat tool. When I painted it with the Brusho Crystal Colour pigments, the stamped outline resists the ink. Quite magical!
If you did not get a chance to watch my Brusho tutorial when I originally posted it, you might enjoy the replay below!
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Thank you for joining me today! I hope you enjoyed these Brusho card ideas!
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