Debie Deschaine Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Creating Greeting Cards & Paper Projects with Love!

September 10th, 2018

   Isn’t this ribbon the cutest?! Love it. The technique I used here is Emboss Resist and Brusho Crystal Colour.  First I heat embossed the butterfly with white embossing powder.

Then it was ready for Brusho, you can do this technique a couple ways, one, spray water on the water color paper then sprinkle Brusho Crystals on it.

You can also do the opposite, sprinkle the crystals then spray with water. If it’s too wet you can dab water off with a papertowel or cloth. If not wet enough, just spray more water.

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These are the basic ways to use Brusho Crystals:

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4 Responses to “Brusho Butterfly”

  1. Denise Bryant

    Did you use watercolor paper? I am wondering if that’s the best to use with the powders? Pretty card!

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  2. luv2stampwithdebgmailcom

    I’ve only tried it with watercolor paper so far. Since our Whisper White and Very Vanilla card stock is so smooth, my guess is that the colors would run together more. I’ll have to try that sometime!

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