February 11, 2018

Brusho For those Milestone Moments

Hello and Happy Sunday! I'm a bit late this evening but the day ran away from me..but it was a productive crafty day. I designed my swaps for an up coming demo swap I am participating in, I designed my cards for the Stampin' Blends club for the month (OMG...I'm loving how these came out!) just sayin' - but, they are exclusive to my Blends club. And I designed my card and typed up my tutorial for the tutorial coop I participate in.
Today my parents celebrate 49 years of marriage! Amazing right? Well, that leads me to the card I created for them today. I wanted to play some more with my Brusho and thought this was a perfect reason. And the best part....this card is so quick and simple! And who doesn't love quick and simple? This time, I pulled out my little paint pallet and tapped a little of the Brusho crystals into the wells, I used the red, Prussian Blue and Yellow and dropped some water from my Aqua Painter into the wells to create the watercolor. Then using my Aqua Painter, I picked up the liquid color and just "scribbled" it onto my Whisper White piece that measures 3 3/4" x 5".
Once I was happy with the color, I used my heat tool to dry the watercolor, flipping my paper occasionally to minimize the warping. I stamped the Happy Anniversary in Memento Tuxedo Black ink and wrapped a piece of the Night of Navy gingham ribbon around the piece and tied it into a bow. I adhered this down onto a piece of Night of Navy cardstock cut 4" x 5 1/4" with Fast Fuse and adhered that all down to a standard card base of Daffodil Delight. I love blues and yellows together and this card was no exception.
I hope you enjoyed today's card. Below you will find everything you need to reproduce this card. If you would like to receive lots of free tutorials, please sign up for my newsletter here.
Happy Stamping,

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