Enjoy Life with the Brusho Crystals

This is a project we will be doing in Stamp Club this week. I used just the Prussian Blue Crystals and spray Starch instead of water. I’ve got several posts on how I did this. You need to make sure your Shimmery White Paper is dry before you start stamping. The Stamparatus is a GREAT tool for stamping on paper that was wet and not completely flat. I put the paper in portrait. Stamped the grass using the hinge technique with Black Memento Ink. Stamp once section, then bring the clear plate down one notch and stamp again.

Once I got the grass stamped, stamp the little flowers on the right side of your paper. Then the bicycle and then the sentiment all using the Stamparatus. The butterflies were stamped as an afterthought, but like them in both cards.

For this one the paper is almost all filled in with the Brusho Crystals. The pattern is from using the Plastic Wrap crinkled up and has a double Linen Thread bow.

You can really see the texture on this photo. The Shimmery White Paper really shines too.

For this one I used less Brusho, changed the sentiment and added a single Linen Thread bow.

I like them both, so you choose, which one do you like better? Tell me, really! I love hearing from you.

Cutting Guide:

4 1/4″ x 11″ Pacific Point cardstock, scored at 5 1/2″

4″ x 5″ Basic Blank cardstock

3 3/4″ x 4 3/4″ Shimmery White Cardstock

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  1. These are so cool, Cindee!

  2. This is just beautiful!!

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