Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Brusho Splatting


I've been playing with three colours of brusho, burnt sienna, prussian blue and turquoise, a toothbrush, bubble wrap and white linen card.


Close up of the brusho splatted and flicked with a toothbrush.


More splats.


Close up of the brusho used with the bubble wrap.


Stamped the TH image in timber brown stazon and coloured the background with the same colours of brusho.


Added in idea-o-logy #7 and an arrow.


I stamped this guy from another of the TH stamp plates and again coloured him with burnt sienna and gave him a turquoise waistcoat.


Added a metal corner, and gave him a proper pocket watch!!


The TH men are stamped in timber brown stazon, masked off and the background stamp was stamped over them in gathered twigs distress ink.


I added tissue tape along the bottom and a selection of cogs, gears, a spinner and a brad.

11 comments:

Sid said...

Loving all your effects Sam !!

Amanda said...

Your splatter backgrounds look good, especially like the first one looks fab with the blue colouring.
Love
Amanda x

Julie Ann Lee said...

These backgrounds look so effective, Sam. I love that spattered effect and the choice of stamps to go with them is perfect! xxx

Helen said...

Great effects Sam! I envy you having the time to play - though not the reason for you having the time to play!!

Corrie Herriman said...

Love that brown with the turquoise ! You have been busy again ! Lovely ! Still waiting for my Brusho's, can't wait to start playing too !
Corrie x

Claire said...

Really like the splattering technique. I did a class on Saturday and we did the cling film technique with brushos - I loved it! I think I like the man with the pocket watch best of them all - the splattered look seems to suit him well! Claire x

Lin said...

Excellent Sam!! love the brusho backgrounds!! I need to play xxx

Deborah said...

That toothbrush splatter effect looks so good - the perfect backdrop.

hazel said...

I love what you've created with the Brusho background and the colours are fabulous,

Hazel Agnew said...

Great idea, fave one is the last one. xx

craftimamma said...

These are great! Love the colours for the vintage look and the background stamping on the last one.

Hugs
Lesley Xx

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