Sunday 12 July 2015

Just Believe

Hi everyone!

A quick post from me today showcasing a mix of new and old stamps from IBS.

I've played with my Brushos again (lots of fun) and came up with this.

I started by embossing my butterfly and sentiment with white powder.

Using a light spray of water to begin with just on the image and sentiment, I then sprinkled some crystals in that area. Another light spray of water to get it run. 

I dried the panel with my heat gun. I wanted to be a little more particular of where my next colours went so I used a wet brush to carefully flick water onto the areas I wanted the work with next. Then I sprinkled more crystals around. 

I repeated this process incorporating more flicking of water from my brush to get a bit of running here and there of the colours.

Here are the sets I have used today

Thanks so much for looking xx


  1. Turned out splendidly, Kylie, lovely card


  2. Fabulous inky look, makes the white stamping pop out. Thanks for your email - glad you got it and hope you had a great day.

  3. Love the effect of using the Brushos this way, Kylie! A great way to "color" the butterfly!

  4. What a great Brushos technique! Love the control you got as to where the colours went. A beautiful and vibrant card!

  5. Love the way this turned out! Another product on my wish list.

  6. Wow, you really have Brusho's nailed Kylie and I love the background you created here! Gorgeous card
    Carol x

  7. Beautiful work brusho. Card looks like a meadow impressionist. I love this image made up of many colored spots. White embossing good contrast with the background.

  8. Gorgeous background Kylie..the colours are so vibrant and I loved your video using the starch and then water techniques..fabulous.

    luv CHRISSYxx

  9. Have you checked the pan pastels blog? I believe you are a winner - CONGRATS


  10. Beautiful mix of colours, Kylie! xx


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