Have you tried Brusho before? Have a look at these wonderful creations which featured Brusho.
One very important thing to remember is, don’t open your Brusho container, otherwise the light powder will go everywhere. Check out the instructions and video below to find out how to use it.
What paper to use? As you are using water, you should use some paper that will absorb the water. The best for this is Watercolour Paper or Shimmery White Paper.
Here is a step by step guide on how to use Brusho. The image below has been stamped with Versamark and heat embossed with clear embossing powder, to create the embossed resist look. You can use the same method below without embossing an image first, to create a colourful background for a card. Once it is dry, you can stamp on top of it.
Step by step on how to use Brusho:
When you have finished with your Brusho, cover the the holes with tape.
Here is another video on how to use Brusho:
If you would like to see some more ways to use Brusho as well as some more wonderful creations, then check out this video too.
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Brusho is a wonderful product to use and it gives a lovely watercolour look. After playing with it myself, my biggest advice would be don’t apply to much powder. Just add a little. You can always add a bit more, but you can’t take it off once it has been applied.
Have fun using Brusho!