Peace & LovePosted: September 5, 2017 Filed under: Brusho, dressed in snow | Tags: Brusho, Penny Black stamps, Tsukineko Stazon inks 7 Comments
I have another brusho sky to share, this time a backdrop for this lovely new scenic stamp from Penny Black. I was playing with this stamp all morning as I worked on designs for my October class. We won’t be making this card but the stamp is in the line up. I used three colours of brusho powder on photo paper and the speckly, spotty effect of the brusho did all the work in creating a snowy sky. I used jet black stazon to stamp the image and sentiment. I have found it easier to ink the stamp and lay the photo paper down onto the stamp and press the back of the paper rather than the other way round. It is also possible with such a large stamp to peel one side of the panel up to check ink coverage, re-ink if necessary, then press down again without moving the other half of the panel. (thanks, Liliuska for that tip).
When I was making this card it was easy to make a few and of course each one is different; some have quite stormy skies, other more serene. I finished off the card with a thin black mat and a simple black sentiment.
Stamps: dressed in snow, peace and love (Penny Black)
Paper: glossy photo paper (Kirkland) epic black cardstock, solar white cardstock (Neenah)
Ink: black stazon (Tsukineko)
Paint: turquoise, violet, cobalt blue brusho (Colourcraft)
What a beautiful, peaceful scene. I love the look of your colors with that stamp.
Another brilliant card Heather. Such a realistic image from unpredictable brusho. You have a gift with them. Just lovely.
Do you stamp your image before the brusho? Or do the brusho, let it dry, and then stamp?
I adore the wintry silhouette scene with the pretty blue Brushos Heather, very atmospheric. x
This is lovely! Can’t believe it is time to start thinking about making Christmas cards already 🙂
Beautiful brusho colored card! Thanks for the info that glossy photo paper works with them!