Friday, 5 September 2014

Brushos, Bondaweb & Vilene


Having an odd piece of vilene, I decided to test it with brusho and this is the result.


As you can see from the right one, I tried to stamp with bleach but nothing really happened, so I decided to go with a couple of solid stamps but detailed ones still stamped well on it too. 


Right is the vilene with an iron on lining and left is the result of pressing on top after the brusho has been added.


Again the ink really sunk into the material (now switched to the left side) and right, hexagons stamped in bleach to remove the colour.


14 comments:

Lin said...

Wow Sam these are gorgeous!! you really are on a roll!! love the stamps espec the dragonfly xxx

Deborah said...

All this experimentation, Sam - looks like fun. I really like the brighter backgrounds.

Helen said...

you are really loving playing with your brushos and so many different surfaces! Great results today, love them

Sandy said...

These are all so pretty Sam and I do not have a clue as to what kind of paper you were using!
Sandy xx

Corrie Herriman said...

These look great, love all the nice bright colours. The dragon fly one is my favourite ! Have a great weekend !
Corrie x

Deborah Wainwright said...

Amazing colours Sam love your what you doing with brusho x

chrissies said...

Wonderful effects on all of them and beautiful choice of colours

Love Chrissie x

craftytrog said...

Gorgeous colours! xxx

craftimamma said...

What fabulous results you are getting Sam. These are amazing!

Hugs
Lesley Xx

isisimaginings.com said...

They're really nice, I like the bright colours.

massofhair said...

Vilene is a very good surface to play on, you can heat it and bend it and make wonderful sturdy covers with it. Have you sewn around the edges or images yet Sam? Looking forward to seeing what you create with your panels:-) xxx

Sue said...

You're really having fun with these arn't your Sam, they look fab! xx

hazel said...

Fabulous results from your experiments.
xxx Hazel.

Anjas-Artefaktotum said...

I love colorful creations, so as here.

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