Addicted to Brusho!

I’m definitely having trouble using anything but the Brusho watercolor crystals at the moment. I had a class on Sunday where we played with Brusho all afternoon and I haven’t stopped since. There are so many things to do with the crystals – at $30 they seem expensive but they will last forever and you can make any colour you want.

Liz Bailey Stampin' Up! Demonstrator - Brusho - Sunshine Wishes Thinlits Dies

I wanted to make a card for a friend who is planning on taking advantage of the best deal – the starter kit. That’s $125 worth of product for $99 plus tax, free shipping plus two free stamp sets – and then as long as you’re a current member, you get 20% discount. To stay current, you need to buy /sell $300 per quarter which with the discount is $240 or less than $20 per week. A no brainer. So I figured a congratulations card was in order.

I sprinkled the red and prussian blue crystals onto a piece of cling film and then activated them by spritzing with water. Next I pressed a piece of watercolor paper onto the cling film and then turned it over (be careful, the color is intense and can stain) and pulled and pushed the cling film into wrinkled patterns. After I’d left it to dry, I removed the cling film to find this fabulous background. All it needed was a wisteria wonder mat and then a black card base. I added a congrats from the Sunshine Wishes thinlits dies (first adhering some multipurpose adhesive sheet) in black and I love how the card looks.

I hope you enjoyed today’s project.

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