Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Sweet Poppy Stencil and Brusho Paints

Good morning all you little Bloggers! 
I have a NEW love, apart from Timmy that is!.... BRUSHO Paints.
Highly pigmented powder paint. You will find them available at 
Oyster Stamps.
A few words on how I made this card ... no falling asleep at the back I'll be asking questions! 


Smooth cartridge card. 'Puddle' on some water with a brush, shake on some paint ( I've put a small hole in the middle of my pots) ) let it spread for a moment....then quickly 'lift off' some of the paint and residue water with kitchen towel... repeat over the top, in layers, using less water and different colours... until you are happy ... The Wild Flower Stencil, from Sweet Poppy Stencils was coloured using Black Soot Distress ink... when totally dry I outlined the petals with a White Pigment ink pen .... I'll be back soon
LOVIN these paints!
Eileen x

12 comments:

  1. Loving the wonderful effects your creating with the Brushos, might have to be a purchase once I've saved some pennies xx Zoe xx

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  2. I've not come across Brusho paints before - they look very interesting!

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  3. Fabulous results with these paints, love it so just have popped over and bought some lol
    Love
    Amanda x

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  4. Eileen, great use of colors and the highlighted stencil adds interest to it. TFS
    Dorly Weitzen, Israel

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  5. Oh, now THAT sounds like FUN with a capital F Eileen. Well done that woman.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  6. How great Eileen, I really love the mix of vibrant colours and then the SP stencil finishes this perfectly. x

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  7. Gorgeous rich vibrant colours, love it.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  8. Gorgeous rich vibrant colours, love it.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  9. So vibrant and SO lovely to be able to leave a comment for once xx

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