Thursday, 4 September 2014

Sweet Poppy Stencils and Brusho Shimmer Sprays

Hi everyone. I've been playing with Brusho Shimmer Sprays, Brusho Paints and Sweet Poppy Stencils, plus some cling film from Tesco!(could not get the shimmer to show here)
Sweet Poppy Stencils, along with the lovely Lucy Ellis, will be back on Create and Craft TV on the 16th September.... be sure to tune in. The stencil I've used here is Zen Thistles.
I had a great time playing with this technique. See the technique here, on Anjas Blog.

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I love this technique, two more backgrounds here that I need to make up into cards!
I asked Anjas if I could teach this at some of my workshops She kindly said yes!
So watch this space for more samples using other sprays and mediums!


Thanks for looking today.
Back soon.
Eileen x

13 comments:

  1. So clever - it's so different from anything else I see ;)

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  2. Wonderful effects with the Brushos sprays and the Plastic Wrap, I love the card very much, and I am curious about more samples of your exciting art works
    Big hugs Anja

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    1. Everyone LOVED this technique Anjas... thank you for sharing it.
      Big hugs back x

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  3. Wow what a great card with a great technique!!

    Greetings
    Maria

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  4. Like the black stencil against the background. Thought I might try the Poppy stencil and stamp.Stll trying different card. x

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  5. OMG . . .I looked at her blog yesterday and LOVED the technique. Wahooo!

    Your card is FABULOUS!

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

    PS: One more sleep!

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  6. I love the stamp Eileen, and the wonderfully shimmery brusho paints which give some beautiful effects with the clingfilm technique.

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  7. Wow these backgrounds are gorgeous, I also took a look over at Anja's blog, the technique looks fun. I don't have Distress Stains, will try it when my craft room is open for 'business' with Acrylics... take care, Hugs, Shirleyxx

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