Brusho Dandelion Wishes is a fun and quick card to make!  Brings out the artist in all of us!

Have you purchased the Brusho crystals but now you aren’t certain how to use them? Are you wanting to learn brusho techniques? Look no farther my friends! I have cardmaking step by step instructions to share.

Watch my Brusho Dandelion Wishes Video Tutorial:

 

Brusho Dandelion Wishes cardmaking tutorial

Brusho Crystal Colour Item #144101 Price: $30.00

brusho crystals 
Watercolor ink crystals—Sprinkle them directly on water-color or Shimmery White paper and watch the colors burst! 

* Package includes 5 pots, 1 each of 5 colors: Brilliant Red, Gamboge (orange), Moss Green, Prussian Blue, Yellow 

* 0.5 oz. (14 g) each pot

Trust me when I say these little pots will last you a long time since you sprinkle a small amount every-time you use them!

You get better results in my opinion if you mist your paper first with water then sprinkle the crystals.  After that spritz again to activate the crystals.  If I don’t wet my paper first I tend to “blow” the crystals off when I spray with water to activate them.

I also recommend allowing the paper to air dry then wipe with a paper towel to remove any crystals not activated.

Brusho Dandelion Wishes Supplies Used:

Brusho

Dandelion Wishes

White Emboss Powder

Craft White Ink + Refill

Shimmery White Cardstock – 4″ x 5 1/4″

Pineapple Punch Cardstock – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, scored and folded at 4 1/4″

Water Bottle

stamp with brusho

Brusho Dandelion Wishes Instructions:

Spritz Shimmery White CS with water

Sprinkle Prussian Blue and Yellow Brusho on the cardstock, let dry

Stamp images with Craft White Ink

Pour White Emboss Powder over and heat set

Adhere the Shimmery White layer to the Pineapple Punch Card Base with Snail

As I mentioned on the video I do use a lot of Snail when attaching since the cardstock may be a little warped from the water.

Since you have everything out why don’t you make more cards?  This card was so easy to do you could make several and use the different sentiments in the stamp set and have them ready when you need them!

 

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