Today’s blog is a bit different. Just for once, I wanted to take some time to talk about techniques that you can use in your crafting.
|Brushos on Shimmery White|
|Brushos on Watercolour card|
So I quite literally did a happy dance when I spotted Brushos in the catalogue, because that means that I can use them in my SU projects without teasing you!
I used them in different ways on different surfaces-
and I will be using the results as a base for future projects. I'm not going to explain the techniques in detail in future, so I wanted to spend a bit of time now showing you some of the ways these pots of brilliant colour can be used.
Here's the video I made while I was playing-
|Brushos on Glossy White|
I was particularly pleased with the way Glossy White card came out-
it's more of a satin finish than gloss and the starch doesn't leave quite so much texture but the colours are super-vibrant.
They work well with a stamped and embossed resist image as well. For a super-bright contrast, I would use white embossing powder - I used clear here and colours did bleed a bit underneath.
I had so much fun and I'm so happy with the results. What do you think?
Very informative. Cool project. XReplyDelete