Hi stamping friends, it’s Stamping Techniques 101 day and I have a New Video – The Controlled Brusho Technique for you today. Get ready to get your fingers inky!
Brusho is definitely one of my Top 10 Picks
Brusho is watercolor crystals that are highly pigmented for beautiful rich results
Brusho is easy to use (although a bit messy) – just add water.
Brusho makes stunning backgrounds and highlight pieces.
You can find it on page 26 of the Occasions catalogue along with the Beautiful Day stamp set I am using for today’s share and you saw it last week in my guitar card here.
In today’s video, I’m going to share how I tamed the Brusho (ever so slightly), to define the colours in my Butterflies but also included the “spritzed background” technique too.
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