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Blue Stars

Blue Stars Heather Telford

The Brushos are still sitting on my desk for easy access allowing me to create more pretty patterns. Blue happens to be my favourite colour so I was quite happy  the blends and patterns happening on this panel. To create these blue stars I stamped in water then sprinkled some brusho over the water. I used a paintbrush to fill the stars with brusho blues and a spritzer to spread the colour outside the outlines. When I was almost finished painting I spritzed with blue pearl-ex spray to add some shimmer and sheen. The sentiment is stamped in two blues, something I do when I don’t have the exact match in ink.

Supplies:

Stamps:  Soft Grace, Yuletide Greetings (PB)
Inks: Versafine majestic blue and deep lagoon (ImagineCrafts/Tsukineko)
Cardstock: Canson 100% cotton hot pressed watercolour paper, blue cardstock
Also: Brusho watercolour powder, Interference blue pearl-ex spray

 

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8 Comments on “Blue Stars”

  1. Lieve says:

    Great card ! A real eye-catcher !

  2. Bonnie says:

    So pretty, Heather! I haven’t tried to stamp the water and sprinkle the Brushos. Definitely will try this!

  3. Pat says:

    Oh so pretty Heather and I really need some of these paints as the colours are so vibrant and gorgeous! x

  4. Anne Miller says:

    So so …

    Sent from my iPad

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  5. Jan Thomas says:

    So pretty love all that blue. When i first saw the star I wondered what it was and when it turned out to be from soft grace PB so excited. I have that set. I have been wanting brushos for along time, now even more.. Thank you.

  6. memalagene says:

    Beautiful! Another fun example for using Brushos!

  7. Lindsey says:

    When and if I own some brushes/bisters/etc. I will have to remember this idea! I really like the way this card turned out.

  8. Just gorgeous, Heather … love that bold blue against the crisp white … so striking! Anita 🙂


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