Brusho Class Vintage Leaves

We had so much fun at my recent Brusho class.  It was a three hour afternoon class.  I took the first hour to walk the participants through several techniques.  Then, we had another hour for everyone to play with the techniques they liked best.  The last hour was spent making some of the samples into cards.

This was one of my samples.  I took a piece of watercolor paper that had been colored with Brusho, stamped the leaf in Early Espresso, and cut it with the matching framelit.

Stamps:  Vintage Leaves, Better Together

Cardstock:  Early Espresso, Crumb Cake, Watercolor Paper

Ink:  Crumb Cake, Early Espresso

Dies:  Leaflets Framelits

Other:  Pinewood Planks Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, Linen Thread

I hope you’ve enjoyed this card.  I have a couple more Brusho samples to show you, so be sure to visit again.

The Vintage Leaves and Leaflets Framelits are retiring, so be sure to get them before the end of the month.



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2 thoughts on “Brusho Class Vintage Leaves”

  1. Hi Jeanne!
    Very cool look for the leaf! Wondering if you can mix the Brusho powders to get different colors (like you can do with regular watercolor paints)?


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