Day three in the 24 Tags of Christmas week brings none other than Brusho – watercolor powders! If you want more info on the powders, see this post.
These tags are super easy to make – and your kids could make a lot of ornaments you can use for your holiday cards, too! The String of Lights dies are really sweet, and the watercolor powders add a strong pop of color and an artsy feel.
I was so surprised to find that using a little brusho on a bag – a bag with a plastic coating, no less – worked! You need to be gentle with water, but it’s really pretty!
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Beautiful tags. I enjoyed learning the new technique.
What great tags, I love them!! I always seem to go “over the top” and spend an hour (or more) on 1 tag- eeks! I know I’m crazy. But these are so fun and simple, you could make bunches in no time. I’m gonna have to find those dies and some Brusho too!
I love these powers! I gave the Ken Oliver ones but I haven’t gotten to try these. This just inspired me with a couple ideas of my own! Thanks so much for your great videos.
Wow what an interesting product. I love the look and it looks so easy to use. Brilliant idea and the tags are beautiful. that little string die cut really makes a perfect touch.
I love watching you use brushos! You make it look so easy! Gorgeous tags!
Those big fat lights are just my fav!
I have a real fondness for Christmas lights and these are adorable. Never saw this medium before, I like it.
Brusho looks like so much fun, my Christmas wish list just may include a couple colors.
Love the random effect of the Brusho! Such fun. Cute tags again!
These are so pretty! I love how vibrant the colors are and how they flow together.
These are so pretty. I love the idea of layering the dies; makes it super easy but still really pretty! I learn so much from you always! Love you!
Did I post here already? Not sure…I have not tried Brusho yet. May have to get a couple and give them a try. They look so easy to use. Well you make it look that way. This is starting off to be another great series TFS
Your tips on using Brusho are so helpful. These tags are so colorful and Christmasy!
Great tags. I love the die set you used.
Now I know what Brusho is……wonder if is can find its way under an Aussie tree!
Pity I just learnt about this event today. Anyway I’m your newest you tube as well as email subscriber. Looking forward to learning some fun techniques from you.
So fun, yet artistic! I am going to have to try this one. Thanks for the inspiration. 😀
What fun these were watching you. Made me think twice about the “brusho.” I’ve been eyeing them for awhile now. You make it look so appealing.
It’s a “hot mess” when you start but then poof, magic…they’re beautiful.
These look just adorable.
Will be getting my brushos out to try this out looks fun and the tag is so colourful.
Pretty, pretty!! Will have to try this technique!!
I love the way you think out of the box and allow us to a see your creative ideas.
Beautiful Christmas lights!
I love that die set! Must have it!!!!!!!
Your tags are just beautiful. I enjoyed the video. As always, you make it look so easy. Thank you for sharing .
I really like the packaging ideas that you are showing with the outstanding tags. Thank you for sharing.
Critters tags are my favorite, but I love the Brusho effects, too. Beautiful bulbs! 🙂
I love this! I almost bought those dies… might have to after all! Thanks so much for sharing and all of the awesome inspiration!!
Great video and really neat tags. I like how you match the gift bag to the tag by applying brusho to the bag.
I love this — but I usually love all your bright and bold creations! I was especially pleased by the bag!
Lovely!! must try some brusho, I do have a couple of “the other” pigments but I have yet to play with them.
I love learning about new products, tools & techniques. I always feel motivated and capable when viewing your tutorials!
Absolutely fantastic tags! Brusho, never heard of it until today, thanks for the introduction to it. I might have to get me some……lol. Have a fabulous day. Cheers Donna Z 🙂
I really like the Christmas lights dies- you made them so cute looking!
Adorable! I could also see it being used for candles, either for holidays or Birthdays.
These colors are so pretty! Love the lights! I don’t have any Brushos yet but I do have a similar product.
Great tags…what lb. Weight is the Arrched? TFS?
I have a small selection of brushos and I love the granulation. You always have the best ideas Ms.A!
I’m putting Brusho on my Christmas list. Maybe if I’m a good girl, Santa will get some for me!
What a fun way to color!!! I really need to try out some brusho!!!!