As you know I just love working with inks and when I first discovered Brusho Crystals I was intrigued. So of course I ordered them straight away and was excited for them to arrive.
However ……… if I’m being honest, I didn’t fall in love with them immediately and because of that I set them to the side, only picking them up again much later, when Stampin’ Up! introduced them to their catalogue. My thoughts were, if Stampin’ Up! love them, then they were definitely worth a second look.
AND NOW ……… I love them! It only took a little bit of playing around to get the feel for them. Once I was happy with my results, I introduced them to my classmates and of course they loved them too. So, based on their positive reaction, I thought Brusho Crystals were worth a blog post.
Read on to find out how you can easily get to grips with the gorgeous Brusho Crystals.
Easy Brusho Crystals Techniques:
I kept the card very basic as it’s the image itself that I wanted to be the main focus or more specifically, the application of colour. You will just love the hidden colours that are in the Brusho Crystals. They are only revealed to you as you use them. Great fun!
Wouldn’t kiddies just love playing with these too. Under supervision of course, I hasten to add! Oh the thought of my precious Brusho Crystals being sprinkled everywhere makes me feel ever so slightly faint! 😉
Imagine their little faces when they see that Stampin’ Spritzer do it’s work on the crystals. Just magic!
Sometimes however, we don’t have the time nor inclination to play around with stuff so to make it easier for my newsletter subscribers, I supplied them with a Subscribers Exclusive Free Tutorial illustrating using the basic Brusho Crystal Techniques.
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The stamp set I used for this project is Remarkable You, however it is retired (sorry). Of course you don’t need to have this stamp in particular. I’m sure you’ve loads in your craft stash that would be suitable, or read on to check out some alternatives that I would suggest.
Well that’s it for today. Thanks for stopping by and be sure to check in again really soon.
Until next time