Beautiful Day

Brusho Butterfly

Here's another Brusho creation with the Beautiful Day stamp set. This set was designed to perfectly pair with the Brusho dyes.

I posted the flower from the Beautiful Day stamp set that I made with the red Brusho powder and today I'll share the butterfly from the same stamp set. I used the blue and yellow Brusho this time around. I paired those colors with the lemon lime twist, night of navy and watercolor paper.


I first sprinkled the blue and the yellow brusho on dry watercolor paper. I then spritzed it heavily with water from about 8-10 inches away, until the paper was fairly wet all over. I wanted the colors to blend well, so I made sure to spritz it well. Instead of letting it dry on its own, I took a paper towel and layed it flat on the paper and soaked up the excess water. I then dried it with my heat tool for about 20 seconds.


I then cut a 3'' x 3 3/4" piece from this piece of watercolor paper. I embossed the butterfly over it with white emboss powder, and added a few Glitter Enamel shapes and lemon lime twist ribbon.

Its so bright and sunny. I love how the Brusho technique turned out!


I can't wait for you to give Brusho a try! Check out the product list below to view or purchase the supplies used on this card.

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Brusho and Beautiful Day stamp set

If you follow me on Facebook, you probably saw my Brusho swatches that I was playing around with. Well, I made them into cards.

I will share the first one with you today.

I used the big, bold, beautiful flower from the Beautiful Day stamp set as well as the Brilliant Red Brusho powder.


I used watercolor paper for my first attempt at Brusho. I wet the paper first with an aqua painter. I then sprinkled the brilliant red brusho and a little bit of gamboge (orange) brusho onto the wet paper. Then spritzed it with water again from about 4" away.


I wanted it to dry fast so that I could emboss over it, so I used my heat tool to dry it. I then used white emboss powder and embossed the flower over it and cut it out.


For the leaf, I did the same as above, only with the moss green brusho and cut it out and adhered the leaf onto the red flower. I backed it with the gorgeous Petal Passion designer paper, black shimmer ribbon and a few rhinestones in the middle of the flower.


I'm really enjoying the brusho and all the unique combinations that can be created with it. I have more to share so come back again soon!

Until the next time...

Keep on Stampin and Come back again soon!



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