Good evening Peeps,
What a lovely day it has been today, bright and sunny with a breeze, so not too hot. I would like to share another card with you tonight. This was my first attempt at using Brusho paints. Hope you like it. I love to use these as therre are never two cards alike. They are so easy to use. The powders ewmind me of my early school days when we mixed powdered paint with water in jam jars lol! Many, many years ago!
Make a base card from white card and cover the whole card with black shiny card. Matt a piece of yellow card onto the black, leaving a quarter inch border of the black card showing.
Take a piece of white card and colour with the Brusho paints and leave to dry. When dry, stamp the fern, the butterflies and the flourish onto the coloured card, using a black ink pad.
Stamp all the butterflies twice more onto yellow card, using the black inkpad, cut out and 3D onto the original images on the base card. Die-cut a flower from some white card, which has been coloured with Brusho paints. coloured. Matt this onto the base card.
Die-cut a flower from some white card which has been coloured with Brusho paints, die-cut a flower centre from yellow card. Die-cut another flower from black shiny card. 3D ther coloured flower and centre onto the black flower. Glue to the top right of the base card.
Well that's all from me for tonight. Have a wonderful day tomorrow and I'll be back very soon.
Love and rainbows, xx.
Crafty Hugs Jennifer