Monday 17 August 2015

Brusho Art

I took the plunge and opened my pots of Brusho paint which had been sitting on a shelf for around 5 years, mostly because I never had the time to explore them.

I took a pokey tool and made a hole in the top of each pot and then started to play, I wasn’t really sure what I was going to do with my pieces of background art but here it is, my first Brusho art.

Brusho art1

I have to be honest, it felt good to get my hands dirty and my fingers are now stained with blue, turquoise and black paint but I’m sure it won’t take long to get them cleaned up.

Brusho art2

I used the La La Land tree die on one piece of the background and die cut a couple of trees layering them up on another background and then used some snowtex paste to add some texture, finished with lots of distressing and matting and layering and a couple of gems on the trees.

Brusho art3

I think the packaging may have changed since I purchased mine but you get the information on it.

Jak Signature


Sue said...

A gorgeous card Jak,love your colours.Glad you got painty fingers :)

My'scardcorner said...

It's lovely Jak sounds like fun c

DeeDee7770 said...

Very nice card!

Dawn said...

Oooooh, lovely! Looks like you had a lot of fun playing with these!
Great results!
Dawn xx

Elizabeth said...

They are beautiful, love the texture and your edges.

Jo Rice said...

Fab card Jak, so glad that you enjoyed your Brusho play ...I love yo use the Color Burst powders , they work in the same way and be warned they are very addictive...looking forward to more of your makes....have a lovely

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

A gorgeous card Jak, you've inspired me to get my Brushos off of the shelf and have a go.

Sue xx

Maria said...

Hi Jak , Not bad from something that
been sitting on the shelf for five years :-)
The card you made is lovely ! ,so maybe some more in the future
Maria x