A month or so ago, I held a card class based on making some backgrounds with Brusho. The class was based two different cards which were CASEd off some examples I found on Pinterest. In the class the students were given both watercolour and Shimmer White card stock and it was their choice what card stock they
The first card background is created with the Yellow and Gamboge brusho. The stamp set we used is the Sale-a-bration Beautiful Peacock stamp set. The body of the bird is stamped in Moment Tuxedo Black ink on Whisper White card stock. The feathers and flowers are stamped directly on to the brusho background using Tangerine Tango and Melon Mambo ink, respectively.
The second card back ground is made with Moss Green and Prussian Blue brusho. We used the High Tide stamp set to create a sea side landscape. The images where stamped directly onto the background with VersaMark ink and heat embossed with white embossing powder.
Brusho is fun to play with and you never know what will be the end result. No two examples will turn out the same.