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Brusho and Butterflies

March 12, 2018

I created this card using Brusho after seeing a very similar card on the net, Pinterest or somewhere, which I cannot find now.  If this card is your’s please let me know so that I can give you credit.  I stamped the butterfly from the Beautiful Day stamp set onto Watercolour Paper using Versamark ink.  I sprinkled the image with Silver Embossing Powder and Heat set it.  I sprinkled the whole piece of Watercolour Paper using the Brilliant Blue and Yellow Brusho, but making sure that there was more Brilliant Blue Brusho inside the butterfly images.  I spritzed the card with water and watched the magic happen.  You need to let the Watercolour Paper dry, which takes a long time, depending on the weather.  If you use a Heat Tool, only apply heat to the back of the paper.  Once the Watercolour paper was dry, I wrapped the left hand edge with Silver 1/8″ Ribbon and tied a bow.  The image panel is attached to Whisper White card and then scored and folded Dapper Denim card.

To decorate the inside of the card, I sprinkled Brilliant Blue and Yellow Brusho over a narrow strip of Watercolour Paper.  I attached a narrow strip of Dapper Denim card behind the Watercolour Paper before attaching to Whisper White card.  Don’t you just love how the crystals take on a life of their own and each time you get a slightly different look?  If you haven’t purchased Brusho yet, take another look and get creating.

Bye for now,


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2 Comments leave one →
  1. March 12, 2018 8:37 am

    This looks like a really fun caft activity, ill be sure to give this ago.


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