Brusho Crystal Colour is a new product that is in the 2018 Occasion Catalog. So before we go any further, yes, it is called Brusho Crystal Colour. It seems like the United States is the only country to spell color, color. Canada and England both spell it colour. Honestly, I am not sure if it was invented there or what but Stampin’ Up! does use the “u” in the name.
In any case, Brusho is a brilliantly intense paint powder that comes in little pots. It is water-based and completely non-toxic. It’s fun to use, beginner-friendly.
To make this card I first stamped the flower from Beautiful Day with Basic Black Archival Ink. I them stamped it with Versamark and embossed it with Clear Embossing Powder. How did I do this? With my Stamparatus! If you have never heard of the Stamparatus click HERE. After this, I sprinkled some Brusho Crystal Colors on a Clear Block, added water using my Aqua Painters and then painted the flower. I used the color(u)r Gamboge in the center and Yellow around the outside.
Here is a video by Stampin’ Up! explaining more about Brusho Crystal Colour:
Lovely card Susan. I have got to try just painting with the Brusho!!
Beautiful card, Susan! Your bright, vibrant colors are gorgeous.
Such a pretty card, Susan! I love using Brusho Crystal Colours 🙂 Yes – they’re from England, and since the name is trademarked, SU! uses the (proper) spelling!