Friday, March 9, 2018

More Brusho Cards - One Hour Card Class 046 OHCC046

Playing with the Brusho crystals again.  We tried 3 very different techniques for this class.  This is card 1 of 3.  Card 2 is posted on my March 13 Blog post and card 3 is on my March 16 Blog post. 

046A Embossing Paste and Brusho

Stamps: Flourishing Phrases.

Cardstock: Dapper Denim (Not Quite Navy), Powder Pink (Pink Pirouette), Berry Burst (Melon Mambo), Lemon Lime, watercolor paper.

Brusho Crystals: Prussian Blue.

Ink: Pink Pirouette, Night of Navy.

Tools: glue dot, Tombow glue, Embossing Paste, Fine Tip Glue Pen, Beautiful wings Embosslit (retired), Brusho Crystals in Prussian Blue.

Punches/Dies: Flourish Thinlits, 3/16” circle.

Apply embossing paste to 3-3/4” x 5” watercolor paper.  Let dry.  Add sprinkles of blue crystal then spritz with a fair bit of water.  Tip the panel to distribute the color. 

Immediately place a napkin over the entire panel to mop up the water. 

If you check online, you will find a lot of recipes for Embossing Paste.  This is the one I tried and have had great results with it.  It also lasts a long time in a sealed container.
1/4 cup talc or baby powder, 1 tablespoon white acrylic paint, 1 tablespoon Aleen’s original Tacky Glue.  Add a little water as needed to make a spreadable paste.

Adhere the large and medium flower together.  Curl petals. 

Punch a circle in Rose Red and add to center of flowers.  Cover center with Fine Tip Glue Pen. 

Die cut the butterflies using the Beautiful wings Embosslit in Pink Pirouette cardstock.  Adhere to the brick paste with glue dots. 

Stamp a phrase from the Flourishing Phrases stamp set in Night of Navy ink and the flower in Pink Pirouette ink.   Add a butterfly die.  Adhere to inside of card. 

Decorate an envelope with the same flower image.

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