Brusho Sunset Technique

Use Brusho Pigment Crystals to Achieve a Brilliant Sunset Background

I have a new Brusho Technique I want to share with you!  I was checking out the new Stampin' Up! stampset called Enjoy Life. I so wanted to put the lady in the middle of a field with the sunset in the background.  So I decided to break out my new Brusho Pigment Cyrstals and create a sunset background. I really like the colors that are included in the Brusho Set because other than the Mossy Green, I used all of the colors with this Brusho Sunset technique.

One thing I discovered is that you need to emboss the image first. If you don't, then when you apply water for the Brusho Crystals, the stamped image will run.  I also struggled in the beginning because I was not able to get a clear image.  I figured out that my Archival Black ink needed to be re-inked.  It's the first time I have had to ink it in over a year since purchasing it back in March of 2017.  I think that is a long time considering how often I use Archival Black.

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Craft Tip (Other ways to use Brusho Crystals)

You can also dilute brusho crystals in water and use them to water color. Here are the supplies you can use that will make it easy.

  1. Miniature Brushes for Fine Detailing & Art Painting
  2. Watercolor Palette Well
  3. Watercolor Paper Pad

My Supply List for this card

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