Saturday, September 16, 2017

Brusho Greeting Card by Susanne

Hi there!

I am back from holidays and a little bit shocked about the low temperature here in Germany. So I try it with warm colours today ;-)
I have to share a step by step tutorial for an embossing resist greeting card with Brushos and our wonderful Blossoming Rose.

Start by embossing the image randomly with Metallic Brass powder onto watercolour cardstock. Colour the images by sprinkling the Brushos onto the areas where you want them. Use water and a brush to spread the colour around. Let every area dry separately and tab off the rest of the powder before you start with the next part.

 I made two different backgrounds. This is the one I used for this card:

I use stitched frame dies to cut rectangles out of my background and some kraft cardstock. I mount everything with 3d foam pads on top of each other on a white card base. The sentiment is embossed onto vellum.

Thank you for stopping by today!
I hope you have a wonderful weekend!
xx Susanne.

Rubber Dance Stamps:

WOW! Embossing powder Metallic Brass
Embossing Ink
Brusho Powders: Moos Green, Purple, Gamboge, Alazarin Crimson
Cardstock (Kraft, White)
Watercolour Paper
Frame dies


  1. Love this and wish I saw this stamp before I ordered last time. Thanks for the fabulous tutorial.xx [aNNie]

    1. Thank you so much Annie! I love this stamp. It's so versatile.

  2. Stunning card and love how you've used those glorious brusho's x

  3. Wonderful!! I love the color you chose!!!

  4. Gorgeous card Susanne, the rich colours are absolutely stunning
    Donna xx

  5. Absolutely gorgeous!! Love how you use the Brusho - stunning result!!
    Thank you so much for sharing! ♥ ♥ ♥

  6. What a gorgeous card Susanne! I love the vibrant colours, and the rose stamp image is so beautiful!

  7. I love this Susanne it's beautiful, hugs Debsxx

  8. This is amazing Susanne, beautifully done xx


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