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I made a cover to keep my ICADs nice and neat using Colourcraft's Brusho paints to create a nice background effect. I also used a gel texture medium (with br.

Brusho Paints With Eileen Part Two. Plastic wrap technique with sprays, Brusho and a brass stencil on top. Stunning effect!

Brusho Paints With Eileen Part Two. Plastic wrap technique with sprays, Brusho and a brass stencil on top.

cardmaking technique tutorial: Brushos and Embossing ... bright artsy look ... music but no talking ... written notes on the film...

Brushos and Embossing - Cardmaking Tutorial by Susanne Rose. Love the way she uses Brusho over white embossed images!

On a roll with the Brusho now! This card took about 15 minutes to make!     Sprinkled various colours of Brusho on  to water colour paper, s...

Sprinkled various colours of Brusho on to water colour paper, sprayed it with water & blotted it. Stamped over with Crafty Individuals stamps. Mounted it with a narrow black border on to a x blank card. Quick, easy and colourful!

Background made with Brusho powder inks. Stamps by Art Journey, Stampinback, Lindsay Mason, Hobby Art.

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By Lynne K. Sprinkle Brusho powder onto watercolor paper. Stamp images in black ink. Highlight with white gel pen.

video tutorial: Watercolor Powder Techniques ... spectacular look with little effort ... fun!!

Watercolor Powder Techniques by Dina Kowal Learn a variety of techniques for using powdered watercolor products, such as Brusho, Bister, Magicals, and Color .

By Patsy Collins. Apply water at bottom of the smooth side of watercolor paper. Tap with Bister powder. Use straw to blow ink into "fingers." Apply Brusho at bottom; spritz heavily and let color run as you tilt the paper. Use a brush and water to spread the ink like a watercolor wash. Dry. Ink "Irises" (Penny Black) with corners of brown and blue ink pads; stamp; heat emboss with clear powder. Add mat and card base.

By Patsy Collins. Apply water at bottom of the smooth side of watercolor paper…

Sandy Allnock Brusho Colorburst Flowers

Sandy Allnock Brusho Colorburst Flowers

Brusho is an ink  product that comes in crystal form and can be used in a variety of ways.  But be aware once dried it is permanent.  Unlike watercolour.  But you can get round that too. As you can see from all these paintings the colours are clear and vibrant.

Brusho is an ink product that comes in crystal form and can be used in a variety…

Hello everyone. I'm sharing all of the cards that I've made using Brusho Paints.... so far! I've loved making them and I hope you find...

Brusho background technique using a craft mat. Eileen's Crafty Zone: Lavinia Stamps and Brusho Paints.

Basic brusho techniques - how to use colourcraft brusho crystals

Three ways to use Brusho Crystals. My personal favourite is using Brushos, Starch and Cling Wrap to create a beautiful background with deep, bold colours.

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