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Brusho Floral Medley video

I have been asked a few times for a video showing how I use brusho for emboss resist panels. It is definitely one of my favourite techniques. I have used it with picture stamps and patterns, with one colour of paint powder or several; the principles are the same. I have added a list of emboss resist cards made with paint powders at the end of this post.

One key point to remember when using brusho over embossing is not to overdo the powder or the water. A little at a time means you can see what patterns and depth of colour are developing before you add anything more. In the video I show my method for moving colour around; I often pick up paint from an area with too much pigment and paint it somewhere else.

Obviously you if you sprinkle paint powder on a panel and then spritz with water it will not stay inside all the lines but that is part of the beauty of this technique. If this is a bit too loose and artsy for you try the same technique over an embossed pattern stamp.

Other cards featuring emboss resist with paint powders
happy cacti, embossed grevillea, roses in bloom, black brusho grid, shimmery summer glow, roses all over, flower garden, happy canada day, felicity, falling florals

Thank you for dropping by today; I hope the technique in the video is something you try one day. Let me know if you do; I’d love to hear or see how it went.

Supplies

Stamps: floral medley, banner sentiments

Die: thankful heart
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Inks: versamark, versafine clair monarch

Paper: hot pressed watercolour, purple cardstock

Paint: terracotta, leaf green, violet brusho

Also: clear embossing powder, double sided adhesive, misti

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4 Comments on “Brusho Floral Medley video”

  1. Clelie says:

    Wow, Heather…that answered several questions I had regarding your process! Just got home and it is super late but I HAD to watch the video…can’t wait to re-watch it tomorrow and check out the other cards you have done.) Thank you for your efforts to put this together for us…I am excited to try again…with a few techniques to employ! The cards are gorgeous! ♥♥♥

  2. Joan Dirmyer says:

    Thank you for this wonderful video and technique. I’m anxious to try it. With our seasons changing I can see this technique changing the flowers to a leaf motife and then for winter to a snowflake motife. Your cards are always so lovely! Have a beautiful day. Joan
    Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone

  3. Mary Ann says:

    I love the looseness of this card – don’t mind the “out of the lines” at all! Very impressionistic 😊

  4. Kay Dyer says:

    Thank you, Heather! This video was so helpful and explained how to use Brusho so well. I am so excited to try using mine with this technique. Have a great weekend! Cheers from Victoria, BC


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