Friday, 11 August 2017

Greeting Card with Embossing Resist and Brushos

Hi there!

Susanne here today! I have a step by step tutorial to share with you for this greeting card with the embossing resist technique.


All you need is embossing powder, a stamp of your choice and, of course, Brushos! Brushos are watercolours, so the embossing will act as a resist.

Start by stamping your image and emboss it with gold powder. To colour the flowers add water with a brush, first and sprinkle some Brusho powders into it.


Colour every area separately and let it dry before you colour the one next to it.
I used these Brusho colours: Moos Green, Yellow, Gamboge, Allazarin Crimson, Purple


Before I mount the my creation to the card base I add some gold splatters with a mix of Aztec Metallic Light Gold and water. I adhered it with 3d foam tape at an angle, and added the "prosit", which was cut from foiled cardstock.



Thank you for stopping by today!
xx Susanne.

Supplies:
ColourCraft:


 
Others:
Rubber Dance Stamps: Blossoming Rose
WOW! Embossing Powder Gold Metallic
VersaMark Ink


4 comments:

  1. Stunning! Love the colours of the brusho's and what a glorious effect x

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  2. This is absolutely gorgeous!! I have never used Brushos like that - thank you for the great idea and inspiration! Lovely seeing our rose stamp used this way! xx

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  3. This is one of my favourite ways to use Brusho, and your results are stunning! I love the colours and the splatters of gold are the perfect finishing touch xx

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  4. I love this card, great colours x

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