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Janes World: Beautiful Brusho

I have recently discovered two products that I absolutely adore, one being brusho colour crystals, and the other being stamps from Design.

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Card made with Brusho powder inks and rubber stamps by Chocolate Baroque - made by Lynne K

Card made with Brusho powder inks and rubber stamps by Chocolate Baroque. Could use SU Butterfly Basics stamp set on a card like this.

vier jaargetijden

vier jaargetijden (Hermine's Place)

By Hermine Koster. Sprinkle Bister powder onto paper; Stamp with black VersaFine or StazOn ink. Add embellishments and sentiment.

Karen's Kreative Kards: Water Droplets and Another Brusho Technique

I am loving my new water droplets stamp from Designs by Ryn and trying new techniques using Brusho Crystal Colors (or Bisters or Color Bu.

Challenge # 54: Slingers/Curley lines (via Bloglovin.com )

Challenge # 54: Slingers/Curley lines (Art Journey Design-team)

I've been having a lot of fun learning to use brusho.  One thing I have learned is that coated card stock is the easiest to work with.  I'm lucky to have a paper distributors close by and can get off cuts relatively cheaply :). I stamped the butterflies and put a liquid mask over them and let it dry. I then stamped the rest of the card.  I sprinkled green brusho over the coated card stock and spritzed with water.  I forgot the ranger pen's would also run a little, but with the brusho colour…

By calex at Splitcoaststampers. Stamp butterflies onto coated cardstock. Apply a liquid mask over them; Sprinkle Brusho crystals onto piece and spritz with water. Add text stamps and anything else you'd like.