Friday, May 18, 2018

Stamping with Brusho

Flourishing Phrase, Stamping with Brusho, Stampin'Up!, Frenchie Stamps,

Hello Friends, 
Today technique is stamping with Brusho. That is correct NO ink but using Brusho Crystal Color to stamp. For a detail stamp like the Flourishing Phrase the Stamparatus come in handy but you can always do it without will have a stamp on the go next week to share how to without the stamparatuse and bold stamps. 
The best tip I can tell you is light on water and if need to add more water. It is easier to add more water then to remove the extra. 


I have a video for you that you can find at the bottom of this blog post or on my You Tube Channel.
Flourishing Phrase, Stamping with Brusho, Stampin'Up!, Frenchie Stamps,
All these card are done the same I just switch the color card stock depending of how the color show up on the card. It is hard to say how much of this of that color in the brusho cause the crystal are very fine so the impossible to be exact on the amount of each colors. 

Flourishing Phrase, Stamping with Brusho, Stampin'Up!, Frenchie Stamps,
Measurement 
-Base Card 8½ x 5½ fold in half 
-Island Indigo 5¼ x 4 
-Heavy White 5 x 3¾ 

I listed all supplies at the bottom. 
Flourishing Phrase, Stamping with Brusho, Stampin'Up!, Frenchie Stamps,


Thank YOU so much for stopping by, till next time Happy Stamping!

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France Martin
France Martin

It's me Frenchie with a little french accent living in the United States, that loves to create and share paper crafting. Hope I inspired you to create your own creation with paper. Thank you for stopping by. Come again soon!

22 comments:

  1. Love Love Love this, Frenchie! I can't wait to give it a try! Wondering what would happen using watercolor paper! Gonna experiment!! TFS Joanne from Rochester, NY

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  3. Ahhhh, love it Frenchie, something to try very soon

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  4. Wow these cards are so beautiful

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  5. Fun idea and beautiful cards.

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  6. Frenchie , a big thank you for all your sharing and inspiration you give us��

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  7. Love the Brusho technique. Thanks for sharing all your videos.

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  8. The brusho technique is not one I use often even I really like the technique. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Another beautiful card and neat technique!

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  10. Brilliant! I had not seen stamping with Brusho used in this way before. I am really looking forward to tryin it!

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  11. Very pretty cards. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  12. Cards are so pretty! I haven’t tried the Brusho technique as of yet but I might be persuaded to give it a try. :)

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  13. Beautiful cards Frenchie Thank you

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  14. Lovely technique! I have Brusho so I will need to try it!

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  15. Love the pretty colors and the effect with the Brusho powders! I haven't tried these yet but I love the look of these pretty cards!

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  16. Hey - Great idea. Love it. No card will be the same.

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  17. Wow! What a fun technique and so pretty! Gotta give it a try.

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  18. Love this brusho technique! Thanks for sharing!

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  19. You've convinced me I need some Brusho powders. I thought they would be more messy, and you showed me a great way to keep it neat. Lovely.

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  20. Love Brusho technique. Lovely cards.

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  21. I love watching people work with Brusho, not sure I have enough space. Beautiful card

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  22. Never would have thought you could use Brusho like this. Looks very Spring like. Great demonstration on another use of Brusho.

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