Today I want to show you exactly how to emboss Brusho Crystal watercolour backgrounds. I am in love with these vibrant watercolour crystals to create spectacular one-of-a-kind backgrounds.
I just had to put together a video for you to give you some hints on working with them so you can get fabulous results like this too.
You might remember this beautiful butterfly card made by my friend Karen using this technique. And although I know you have the steps from that blog post, sometimes it’s just a little easier to see it in action right?
But first, let’s take a quick look at this card from another angle.
Now, you may already know that I am a watercolour gal. Give me some watercolour paper, inks and some water and I’m as happy as a puppy in a bag of unguarded dog chow.
So when another medium comes along to give me some of those same – yet different – results, sign me up!
Don’t you just love how intense these colours are? It’s amazing how only a teeny tiny speck of crystal creates such awesome results. How about we take a peek at my video to see exactly how to get gorgeous backgrounds like this?
How To Emboss Brusho Crystal Watercolour Backgrounds
Did you see how easy Brusho is to use? A couple simple taps, a spritz, time to dry (the hardest part) and what stunning results. Your friends will think you’re a genius!
And for another quick and easy technique with Brusho, you’ve gotta check this one out.
Want a closer peek at the other colour combinations I showed you in the video?
OK, now I need to know. Leave me a comment. Which one is your favourite? The red-orange or yellow-blue-green?
You’ll be happy to know the supply list for these cards is pretty short. I’ll bet you probably have most items in your stash of goodies, and might only need to add the Brusho.
Simply click on any of the images below to take you to my online store and that darling little brown UPS truck will be headed your way.
How to Emboss Brusho Crystal Watercolour Backgrounds
Pssst…know what I have coming up for you? A fab Brusho online class you are going to love (five different techniques)! Keep your eyes peeled! You won’t want to miss it!
And in the meantime, now you’ve seen just how quick and easy this resist technique is, get out your watercolour paper and spritzers. I’d love for you to share with me how to emboss Brusho Crystal watercolour backgrounds YOUR way!