Brusho BalloonsPosted: May 15, 2017 Filed under: CAS, stencil cut, Uplifting | Tags: Brusho, Penny Black creative dies, Penny Black stamps 8 Comments
I have another card that utilises brusho experiments. If you have delved into the magic of brusho you probably have a pile of pretty brusho panels you don’t know quite what to do with. Experimenting with brusho is a bit addictive so it is rather easy to keep trying colour combinations with no project goal in mind. I decided to put a scrap of green, blue and purple brusho ‘mosaic’ to use as balloons. By brusho mosaic I mean the effect I get when I spritz over the sprinkled brusho only enough to activate it but not send it flowing all over the paper.
I used the ‘uplifting’ dies from Penny Black to cut out five balloons then added adhesive backed foam to each one. I cut circles of circles out of a panel of neenah solar white cardstock to create a background panel then cut circles from a piece of foam to position behind the panel so shadows would show inside the circles. The circles of circles are part of a new PB die set ‘stencil cut’.
I tied a linen thread to each balloon and tucked the other ends under the background panel. The thread tying took me close to my fiddliness factor limit but I persevered and assembled the layers and added a sentiment. This happy card would work for any celebration so I am adding it to the Casology challenge this week ‘Commencement’.
Stamps: A sweet day (PB)
Dies: uplifting, stencil cut (PB)
Paint: brusho crystals (Colourcraft)
Also: linen thread, fun foam
Love your mosaic balloons with the realistic ties!
GREAT DESIGN Heather!!!! Inspiring too!
I adore the colours in the brusho panel which you have used for these die cut balloons Heather and the background circles die complements the pretty balloons perfectly and a lovely finishing touch with the blue sentiment. x
Why yes, I do have a stack of experiments, waiting for a purpose! Your panel made perfect balloons.
love love love, and the one below also which i commented on below also..you make awsome great work. xx Dorte
Simple, but very effective and elegant Heather. Well done – I love it.
Such pretty balloons and I love the die cutting behind them!