Brusho intimidated me for a while. Everyone else seemed to be an expert, but I was afraid to begin. I’m happy to report that my fears were unfounded: even a Brusho Novice can get really interesting results:
- Stamps: Petal Palette
- Color Palette: Very Vanilla, Elegant Eggplant, Always Artichoke
- Accessories: Big Shot, Petals and More Thinlits dies, Brusho, Watercolor Paper, Aquapainter, Layering Oval Framelits, Twine (retired from Holiday 2017), Rhinestone Jewels, Fine Tip Glue Pen
Did you know that the Fine Tip Glue pen works like a gloss coat? I should have let the ink dry a bit longer, but the resulting muddied colors made the roses look more vintage. (That’s my story and I’m standing by it.)
The Green Brusho can separate out into component colors including yellow and purple. This result was completely unexpected, but inspired the color palette that I ended up using. Honestly? I haven’t used either Elegant Eggplant or Always Artichoke in a very long time – years, perhaps! I was really pleased with the outcome, which goes to show that stretching out of your comfort zone (or the zone of the familiar) is a good thing.
When was the last time you stretched outside your creative routine?
2 thoughts on “Creating with Petal Palette and a little Brusho”
Oooo… I love the background, Anne! I need to play around with my Brusho. Thanks for the inspiration!
Thanks – it really is playing, there are so many different ways to use Brusho!