Debie Deschaine Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Creating Greeting Cards & Paper Projects with Love!

September 14, 2018

I can’t get enough of this butterfly, there’s so many techniques you can do with it!! For example, to get a similar watercolor look, like you see on this card, there are several ways to do it. You could use a sponge dauber to dab whatever ink colors you want on the butterfly stamp, spritz

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with water then stamp. Two, using refill bottles of ink, you could use a baby wipe as an “ink pad”.  Just drip drops of different inks all over the baby wipe, then stamp the butterfly on the baby wipe to pick up the ink, spritz with water and stamp your card stock. Or, you can do what I did.  I sprinkled Brusho on the dry butterfly stamp, spritzed with water then stamped. Any way you choose, you’ll come out with a unique image each and every time!

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4 Responses to “Water Color Brusho”

  1. Denise Bryant

    Beautiful card! I love all the details… the embossed layer and the ovals. The butterfly looks awesome!

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