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) - http://asyoulikeitchallenge.blogspot.co.uk/2017/03/favourite-colouring-medium-why.html


13 comments:

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

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

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  3. it's beautiful Tracy great backgound and colours

    gr karin

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

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

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

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

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  8. 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!

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

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

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