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Painting animal stamps with Brusho

Painting animal stamps with Brusho

Many just make backgrounds with watercolor powder – but Brusho is so much more powerful! The cute set from My Favorite Things is called Forest Friends – and the stamps are larger and have great open spots for a technique like this, too. Watch the video below, or click HERE to watch in HD on YouTube.

Aren’t these sweet little stamps?

Sandy Allnock - Painting animal stamps

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10 thoughts on “Painting animal stamps with Brusho

  1. […] Brusho is  a water color powder that is popular for painting background by Sandy Allnock decided to experiment with it and see if she could use it to paint some animal stamps. The results have a bit of a rustic, distressed look and work perfectly for woodland critters. Visit her blog to check out her video tutorial. […]

  2. Enjoyed seeing Brusho used in different ways. Cute cards. TFS

  3. Very cute and love the way you used the Brusho.

  4. Great video and such cute cards.

  5. How fun to see the results with Brusho on the cute critters.

  6. This sounds silly , but how do the stamp sets and the die set relate to each other, so you need both or just the stamp set. Im sure this has been answered before. thanks

  7. what ink do you prefer to stamp your images with when planning on using watercolor paints………
    thanks

  8. Gotta try this. I’m one who has been using Brusho for backgrounds and it’s time to branch out to painting. Thanks for the video.

  9. What sweet cards and stamp set. Thanks for the tips and yes, very inspiring.

  10. What a cute set! Lovely coloring as always! Thanks Sandy.
    Donna

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