Recognition

Monday, 24 August 2015

Around The Corner

Just For You
I have experimenting and playing for the first time with 
Brusho's today and have made this card.
and will be entering this card into their challenge this week.

Hope you can see by the photos the gorgeous colour of the Brusho's?
I started by embossing the flower with white embossing powder.
I used the technique of wetting the watercolor card first and then adding the Brusho's.
I fussed with them a little to make sure all the flower was covered 
and then left the card to dry and was amazed how the colours blended.
For the background I used a stencil and distress inks first 
and then added a little glitter paste to add a little bling.
The sentiment was embossed with blue embossing powder to match,
the mini hearts were stenciled with coloured paste, 
also to match and a little glitter added to finish.
I loved using the Brusho's and getting messy!
I will also be entering the August Challenge 
Crafty Hugs x






10 comments:

  1. That big bloom looks fabulous bursting out of the corner of your lovely card. Thanks for joining in at City Crafter. Marina DT

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    1. Thank you for stopping by and for your kind comments. Much appreciated x

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  2. All you need is a flower, a great technique and gorgeous shades of blue ( my favorite color). Your card made my jaw drop; wow! Thanks so much for joining us this week at CCCB!

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    1. What kind and generous comments. A new technique to me and I did so enjoy it. Thank you very much x

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  3. It's WOW! The color of the Brushos is so vibrant.Now it's on my wishlist :)! The glitter paste makes the card more elegant! And thank you for the lovely comment on my blog!

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    1. Love your work and really enjoyed popping over to your site. Thanks for stopping by mine too and thanks for your lovely comments x

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  4. What a beautiful card for our challenge!! Thanks so much for playing along at CCCB

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    1. Thanks Ros for your lovely comment. Absolutely love your inspiration for this weeks 'World Traveller' theme, very creative idea x

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  5. What a fabulous fusion of colour, Brusho's are such fun to work with. Many thanks for sharing with us at Penny Black and More challenge.

    B x

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    1. Still learning with the Brush's. Thank you so much for your kind comments x

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