Friday, 31 March 2017

Brusho Class Part 1 at Keep on Crafting

Hello peeps!

I hope every one had a good week and has some nice plans for the weekend.  For a change we have a quiet weekend ahead, which I shall make the most of as the next few weeks up to the end of May are quite busy with final dress fittings, etc for my sister's Wedding!

Today I am sharing one of the cards I made at the brilliant Brusho workshop at Keep on Crafting.  It was a lovely inky messy morning, but gloves were provided!  Trust me, you don't want to get these on your fingers, I speak from experience. ๐Ÿ˜  I am becoming slightly obsessed with these, every background we made I just gasped at the results. They are so versatile and the colours are amazing. You can create a full background or concentrate the colour in to an area, leave the colours bright or mop up and get a paler tone, stencil with them, die cut elements and I learnt a great technique with glaze which I will share on Monday evening (3rd April).

Supplies used;
Brusho - Leaf Green, Turquoise, Brown, Black
Sentiment stamp - Hero Arts (I think)
Stencil - Imagination Crafts
Black card - Anna Marie Designs

Creative Blessings.  x

If you can't get to the shop in Bury St Edmunds you can order from the Keep on Crafting website or contact Mandy via the Facebook page.   These are non-affiliate links, I share the links because I love my local craft store. ๐Ÿ’—

I will be back on Sunday with a review on my Bookshelf Blog.

I wish to enter this in to the following challenge(s);

As you Like It Challenge - Favourite Colouring Medium (and why) -


Jennifer Bradley said...

Loving the design and the background you have created Tracy. Looking forward to your next posting. Hugs Jennifer xx

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Tracy this is a gorgeous card. I love Brushos and yes they are messy but fun. Take care. Hugs Jackie

KarinsArtScrap said...

it's beautiful Tracy great backgound and colours

gr karin

Shabneez said...

Love your creation Tracy - I know how addictive inks can be. Enjoy! Shabneez x

Laine said...

Fabulous depth and detail!

Linda Simpson said...

This is fabulous and I do love my Brusho's too. Must get them out and play with them this weekend.
Linda xxx

Holley (Tondre) Barnhart said...

Great background, lovely trees

Andree said...

A fantastic card Tracy. Gorgeous colours and fabulous design. I love my Brushos, I'm glad you enjoyed your workshop xx

Jan Ltc said...

Lovely card xx Jan

aussie aNNie said...

Fabulous work of art, brusho's are great to play with...great result.x Have a great weekend.x

Brenda said...

I have never tried Brushes, but your card is certainly beautiful! I see why you like them. Thanks for joining us at As You Like It Challenge!

Pollard Carole said...

Love this great design its fabulous I'm loving this technique love and hugs Carole x

crafty-stamper said...

Brushos are absolutely brilliantyour background is fabulous and really sets off the trees
Carol x