Here's my DT card, created for inspiration Recently I bought some Brusho paints, I'd seen them used on some fabulous creations on the internet and wanted to try them out myself. They are a highly pigmented powder form of paints and so very versatile. I've only scratched the surface of what I can do with them, but this first play was great fun.
To create the background, I used a piece of watercolour paper, spritzed it with water and then tapped out a few grains of different colours of Brusho onto the wet paper. I then spritzed with water again and let the colours spread and mingle until I was happy with it, I then blotted with tissue to remove the excess paint.
I then stamped the 'Raindrops' by Ryn on top of the dry background, using black Archival Ink. I used a butterfly stamp from a set of Stampin'Up! stamps on another scrap of watercolour paper which I'd also coloured using the Brushos. I cut out the butterfly images to add over the background, decorating with a little Stardust Stickles on the wings and Glossy Accents on the body area.
On the raindrops I added a few touches of white gel pen, to add to the realistic appearance of the water drops. Finally, adding Glossy Accents over each drop to complete the authentic 3D 'wet' look.
I matted the background layer over a piece of black card and attached to the base card, on which I'd stamped the SU! sentiment in the bottom right hand corner.
Here's a close up shot showing the raindrops more clearly.
I hope you've enjoyed your visit today to check out my project, do pop over to the CCT Blog to see the fabulous creations from the rest of the DT for this week's challenge.