Brusho Paint Crystals are go!

Ever since I came across the name ‘Brusho’ and saw what Eileen Goodwin had done with them, I just had to have a play! For the unfamiliar, Brusho paints are water-soluble crystals of glorious colour which can be sprinkled onto a wet surface, or scattered dry and then spritzed, or indeed just mixed with water to make a watercolour paint. These are three cards I made this evening, on my first journey with the starter kit. The quotes are courtesy of Tim Holtz/Stampers Anonymous. For the first two, I stamped over and embossed with white embossing powder. For the last, I tried the faux batik approach, which I was less happy with, in part due to the wrinkled watercolour paper I was using – but that sort of goes with the sentiment of the card! And I love the effect, definitely on my to-play-with-more list!

3 thoughts on “Brusho Paint Crystals are go!

  1. Way to go! … Fantastic paints to play with and fab results like the cards here… I love’em Neil.. thank you for the mention.
    Eileen x

  2. All 3 cards here are really gorgeous Neil, and so beautiful. I admit, I´m one ogf those, who´s never heard of this before, but it sure sounds like, they´re worth a try, if I can get such results here with them.

  3. they are really cool these brushos aren’t they. i have been playing with them yesterday and today and i’m hooked. lovely cards xx

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