Wildcard Wednesday – Brusho Fun

Hello all.  I know most of us are still enjoying time with our families and celebrating the holidays.  However, if you have time to sneak peek the video I have for you today it’s all about a new product to Stampin’ Up! called Brusho.  It’s a watercolour paint powder that when mixed with water bursts like fireworks in the most vivid colours.  Check out the video as I share 6 basic ways to use the product.  The Brusho product will be available in the new catalogue going live on January 3.  Make sure to put it on your list as I most likely will be sharing a lot more ideas on how to use this fun crystallized watercolour powder.  Below is a picture of just one of the four cards I make in the video.  Which one is your favorite?

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  1. Hi Susanne. Very neat demo of this product, thanks! It is really versatile. I would never have trued any of those techniques without seeing you do it. I too like the softness of your method better than the really heavy colors I have seen. I love all the cards but I think I like the green background one ( number 2?) the best.

  2. Your video was the best for Brusho that I have seen. I love the softer looks that you achieved rather than the dark. I do have a question…the board that you have your watercolor paper taped down to…did you make it? If so, would you share what you made it out of? It looks like it will hold up to a lot of watercolor cards.

    • It was a piece of press board that went in an old dresser I had in my possession for a time. I have seen some boards at the art store that are similar. Try a cutting board from the dollar store. It will work just as well. Thank you for your comment and kind words. 🙂

  3. Fantastic demo! Been playing with my Brusho all week and having lots of fun, but wish I had watched your video first. Your film production was very impressive: camera placement, focus, speed of narration—easy to follow along and really absorb the information. Thanks so much❤️

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