Sunday, June 26, 2016

Anything But Cute Spotlight Sneak Peek - Brushos

Happy Sunday, everyone!! I hope you're having a wonderful weekend!! I'm up on the Anything But Cute blog today showing various ways to use Brushos!! Here's a little sneak peek...


I hope you'll stop by the blog HERE and I would love for you to share any other techniques you've found using Brushos (or other powders) as well!! Have a great day :)

25 comments:

  1. Fantastic array of instructions! I don't own brushos but I am sure I'll refer to your tutorial if I get them :)
    Hugs
    Samra
    Paper Talk with Samra

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  2. What a fantastic tutorial! Lisa, I have some questions (don't I always LOL)
    1) Regarding the spray starch - when you say to "sprtiz" starch, do you mean to just spray it directly from the can onto the paper and Brushos?
    2) Where you used a face to hold the stamps, how can I get a face like that on my blocks? (LOL - ok, that was uncalled for LOL LOL)
    3) Seriously, for the stamped image of flowers, what type of ink did you stamp the flowers with that did not fade with the applied bleaching? Or were they black embossed? Or that Ranger Archival Ink was on all of them? I did not know it would not bleach out. If so, do you know if Staz-on works the same way?
    4) not a question - THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU SO MUCH. I own a different brand of powedered watercolors, but am looking forward to playing with the saran wrap and starch! Thank you for taking time to do all those techniques, Miss Lisa! xo

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  3. Just came over to say how much I loved all the different ways you showed us to use those magical little crystals - thanks so much! Hugs, Anne xx

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  4. I just hopped on over their blog to check it out, it really looks like a fun technique playing with those fun colors. I've never heard of Brushos or never tried attempt to even watercolor yet. I love seeing everyone's different ways of creating them though. LOL! But I'm sure the end results will be exotic and beautiful on your project...

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  5. Hi Lisa,
    Thank you for sharing all of the techniques. Awesome job!!
    LOVE this my friend!! Let you bloggy love over at Anything But Cute!
    Have a blessed day my friend,
    Migdalia
    Crafting with Creative M

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  6. Wonderful tutorial and photos, Lisa! So many different ways to use this product and the backgrounds you made look amazing!

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  7. Have been curious about Brushos so your post is most welcome Lisa
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  8. So gorgeous! Mine never comes out this bright. I'm off to study your tutorial. Hugs, Robin

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  9. Im going there to see it :D
    have a nice day
    hugs

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  10. Fantastic colours Lisa. Still haven't tried brushos but will check out blog. Nicola x

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  11. Really enjoyed the post in brushos, thank you Lisa :) X

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  12. So Cool Lisa! Love the techniques you showed.. So many different styles and different textures... Now I need to add something else to my "MUST HAVE" list!! Hahaha Have a great day!

    Theresa

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  13. Love it Lisa, this looks like my kind of fun I just want to put my fingers in it and smoosh it around. Now to head over to anything but cute and see what you did. Have a wonderful Sunday my friend

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  14. I have just heard of this product and it looks like so much fun to play with.
    Would be fun for an art journal background :)

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  15. Love how many techniques you have shared and how fabulous they all look. Well Done Dear!

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  16. Oh I must unpack my brusho's and use them...looks great.xx {aNNie}

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  17. Thank you Lisa for making such a great tutorial on the many different ways to work with Brusho! I need to get some of this ASAP! All of your projects look amazing!

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  18. Will head over...:) Can't wait to check it out! Looks amazing!
    Sherrie K

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  19. I am so frustrated that all of my comments from yesterday through my phone just disappeared into the oblivion... Anyway, wanted to circle back and say how much I loved your tutorial! Such a fantastic and thorough post!

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  20. What a cool technique, I must hop over to check out the tutorial! Thanks for sharing!

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  21. OMG thanks for sharing those - I have saved the link so I can give all those techniques a try! Love the cling film and bleaching ones! TFS

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  22. Fluttering over to leave you sparkling love, my sweetest friend! :o)

    Hugs and blessings,
    Karen

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  23. OMG Lisa!!! This tutorial is just AWESOME thanks for sharing!!!!! Have a great day, my friend
    Hugs Gerda

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  24. Wow...I went and left a comment...very cool techniques..I love messing with this kind of 'stuff' and need to get mine back out again!!

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  25. Oops! There goes my comment! I just popped in to say thank you for your amazing tutorial at Anything But Cute. I left you some love there, but I couldn't find this post on your blog the day of! Thought I better get back and let you know you are awesome! Hugs!

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