Hey everyone, thanks for stopping by my blog! Today I am excited to share how to use Brusho Powders to watercolor images, then cut them up and layer the images using foam tape. These cards to have a lot of layers and take quite a long time to create, so save them for a special loved one this Christmas.
WELCOME TO MISTI – MAYNIA! I am excited to show you two cards I made using Brusho to watercolor with the mini MISTI. I know it sounds crazy, but I wanted to show you that this tool is really all that and more! This tool is the one thing you need for stamping and I can tell you that one lucky blog reader will be getting a mini MISTI.
Brusho is also a really cool powder product! It is a good investment to make in watercoloring and a little bit goes a LONG way. It is very different in the fact that it gives you very organic watercolor looks on your cards. That is exactly what I wanted today.
Hi there! I was challenged by Catherine Pooler and Michele from Casual Friday Stamps to create a card that knocks Catherine’s socks off! Challenge Accepted.
Hello there! I have been very inspired by all different watercolor mediums lately and today I wanted to share how to create a fur texture on your image using Stabilo pens. In today’s video I will be using the new clear stamp set from Kraftin’ Kimmie called Happy Winter Days.