October 26, 2015

Brusho and embossing ...

Hi Everybody,

This bright and cheerful card has used several techniques in its making.

The first thing I did was to create my background with the Brusho Crystal Colours and I used Orange and Red

Then I added in the flourish with Versamark and white embossing powder and heated it till it was raised

The gold dots are created with a mask and some embossing paste that was sprinkled while wet with gold glitter

I left that on one side for a few hours to dry completely and then I shaped the card with a corner rounder

It has been matted onto gold mirror card and layered onto the card base with foam tape to give dimension

Spellbinders have lots of word sentiments and this is Hello from Phrases Set Two

It was cut in black card several times and layered together to make it stand out from the card.

There is a very simple, quick and easy card to do and the colours are what make it stand out from the crowd.

More tomorrow ...

Hugs xx


26 comments:

  1. Morning Christina, this is a beautiful card lovely fresh and bright on a dull morning.
    Nancyd xx

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  2. Yes simple Christina but very effective

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  3. Hi Christina, lovely bright cheerful card for this Monday morning.

    i go into hospital today for a shoulder operation so I'll just be a viewer for a while unless I can type with my left hand of course.
    take care.
    love Val in Spain x

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    1. Best Wishes to you Val and a Speedy Recovery! Big Hugs.

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  4. Lovely textural card! The colour goes beautifully with the gold mirri and glittered texture paste. The different techniques you've used have all worked wonderfully together. Debra x

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  5. Morning Christine,
    A bright and vibrant card. Love it.
    Lydia
    X

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  6. The Brushos look really fresh when they used and am looking forward to trying them when we can get them in Australia.
    Di B. x

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  7. Very nice card, Christina.
    Hugs,
    Guida

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  8. Good Morning, Christina,
    What a pretty card and so colourful. Just what's needed for a dark and dismal morning down here in Cornwall. I love the embossing...would you believe that I got my very first tub of white embossing powder last week. I have NO idea why I've never had white before lol. I'm looking forward to playing with it. I don't have too many masks right now but my sister has hinted that she's getting me a soldering/craft iron for Christmas so that I can have a play at making my own...anyone have a pair of asbestos gloves lol
    Bx

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  9. Good morning Christina, sorry I've been awol, family troubles. I love this bright cheery card, I certainly made me smile. I have a nice group of these brusho's colours but to date haven't used them. I've just got to find my mojo again, then I'll try them. X

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  10. Good Morning Christina :) What a Beautiful, Cheery, and Rich in Technique card this morning! I just love it! Thank you for sharing. Enjoy a wonderful fun-filled day. Big Hugs.

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  11. Lovely colours and the flourish looks really pretty on the background xx

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  12. Hi Christina
    Lovely bright & cheerful card. Certainly a lovely card for sending cheery wishes
    Love & best wishes
    Jenny C xxx

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  13. What a fantastic card, love it so different to your usual would love to try this if that's okay? Thanks for sharing xx

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  14. Hi Christina, what a bright & cheerful card, and unusual too. I don't have Brusho's but I should be able to achieve a similar result with sponging distress inks ... I hope! LOL! I once tried adding glitter to embossing paste while still wet, and it worked a treat, not done any since but I must, I so enjoyed the finished results, and enjoyed playing with that technique. It really is fun! Thanks for sharing this lovely card , it has inspired me to now make a card with the one I did ages ago (a peacock stencil)
    Hugs,
    Karen xx

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  15. Love the way you use the Brusho Crystals on your background. The colours blend in so well. Dianne

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  16. Wow, love all the techniques, amazing card...luv Ursula xx

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  17. Hello Christina lovely card love the Brusho crystals makes a lovely background.
    Hug's Lynda Brock xx

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  18. Hi Christina, love the vibrancy of this card and all the different techniques you have used.
    Regards Liz

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  19. Hi Christina,Wow! it might be a simple and quick card but it certainly packs a huge punch. It's just wonderful and you could certainly tweak it for any occasion. Janelle x

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  20. Hi Christina, this is certainly a bright and cheerful card and no doubt the picture doesn't do it justice. Lovely x

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  21. Wow! Fabulous effect Christina. Pat x

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  22. Hi Christina, the card is lovely I love the background nice an brought. Take Care Melody xXx

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  23. A bright and sweet card. Love the added texture!

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  24. it surely is a very cheerful card Christina. beautiful. and you used lots of different techniques to make it so. xx

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