Monday, 22 July 2019

Brusho's and Foils

Hello.  Welcome.  Today I have a post on the Colourcraft blog where I have made some very, very pretty backgrounds, may I perhaps say stunning backgrounds, using Colourcraft Foils, Brusho powders and water on photo paper.  No glue involved!!!


Not the easiest things to photo with that lovely foil gleaming on the bright jewel-like colours!  Hop over to the Colourcraft blog for all the details and tips.  So pretty!!

I used the blue/green one to make a tag.


The turtle and spiral are Rubber Dance stamps from the new Textured Sea Creatures set.  I used black archival and stamped the spiral directly on the tag.  The Turtle was stamped on grey woodgrain card and fussy cut.  The sentiment, also Rubber Dance from the beautiful words set was stamped on a strip of vellum and added to the bottom of the tag.


At the top I added some pretty wool and also a fun sunglasses and starfish metal charm.  The foil and the bright Brusho colours look stunning in real life.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Allsorts Challenge Week 529 - Charms
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Make Your Own Background
Simon Says Stamp Work It Wednesday June - Foil It

4 comments:

  1. Great image a lovely background with super colours. .Thank you for joining our 'Charms' challenge this week at Allsorts.

    Kath x

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  2. Super depth of colour for your underwater scene Gail, many thanks for joining in with our 'Charms' theme at Allsorts challenge this week.

    B x

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  3. Fabulous creation.
    Thank you for sharing at Allsorts;-))m

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  4. I am totally wild over these gorgeous foiled backgrounds, Gail. Total genius! I must try them.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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