Friday, May 27, 2016

More Brushos and Aspen Trees


Hi everyone.  Last week I posted these cards using the same stencil, layout and design, but using just Black Brushos for the background.  These are so many pigments within each colour.  Today is just Light Brown Brushos.  So happy with how they turned out.

Here's my second one ...



Just wanted to share. :)

Since I used snippets for my die-cut deers, and snippets for the torn snowdrifts, I'm linking up to Snippet Playground. :)

And I'm linking up to Simon Says Wednesday - Anything Goes.

Edited to add:  Thanks to Linby, I'm linking up to  Mo's May Rudolph Days Challenge.


Hope you're have a great day!








Stamps:  Sentiments from dee's artsy impressions and Amy R
Paper:  White card base and snow drifts (Neenah 110 lb. card stock); Mixed Media (Strathmore 400 Series); Baked Brown Sugar (SU!)
Ink:  Light Brown Brushos; Baked Brown Sugar (SU!)
Accessories & Tools:  Aspen Trees stencil (The Crafter's Workshop), water mister, Deer Trio dies (Impression Obsession)

Challenges:
Snippets Playground - Week 230
Simon Says Wednesday - Anything Goes
May Rudolph Days Challenge

36 comments:

  1. Love the effect you got going here Loll, I may have to have a go for myself. :)

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  2. Love this!....Loll, is mixed media paper the paper that you have found you liked the best? I love this stencil!

    Shirl

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    1. Hi Shirl. Both mixed media paper and watercolour paper work great with brushos. Since I wanted the trees to be as "white" as possible, I used mixed media for the above cards. Loll xx

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  3. Now these are lovely, Loll. I like them A LOT :)

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  4. Great cards - haven't tried Brushos with stencils

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  5. Look at you getting the jump on all those Christmas cards, Loll! Such a stunning effect with the Brushos.

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  6. Just as lovely as the one with the black brushos! It's a great design!

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  7. WOW! You seriously can get those Brushos working for you! I wish you did videos - I would love to see how you control them. I end up with blobs...

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  8. Loll, I agree with Vicki!! These are amazing!! Wonderful card!

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  9. i just love these cards you have been making with the brushos and the deer - have the brushos - just might have to get those deer!!

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  10. Gorgeous light brown Brushos background Loll. I need to play with my browns more. I do not have black Brushos, but love the effect with your light brown. TFS and I feel an Inspiration coming on my friend! Hugs, Nancy

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  11. More gorgeous cards for that Christmas stash! I love that background and the white birches are so pretty against it!

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  12. Wow do I love that color! Just experimented today with the black thanks to your tip! Love the reds in this! I love how you achieve clear images with wet media and a stencil!

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  13. Wowsers! This is just splendid. Who would ever guess those black crystals could create this yummy textured background for these trees? Absolutely fab snow that your deer is standing in too. Must try this. What inspiration indeed! TFS & Happy wkend. (Nancy has it well dais about the clear images in the wet....it's very crisp and detailed).

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  14. These are gorgeous Loll - a lesson in what a difference colour can make.

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  15. This really caught my eye in the playground. I went to see the black version expecting silhouettes and was blown away, must try black on its own! These are just as beautiful. You could enter them at Mo's Rudolph day challenge.

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  16. Utterly fabulous Loll! I'm stunned at how you work with your Brushos and always get such gorgeous results.

    Lovely to see you in the Snippets Playground :)

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  17. Beautiful! Guess I need to add the light brown Brushos to my wish list (along with the black!)! :0)

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  18. Wow - how beautiful Loll! the Brushos look wonderful through your tree stencil - love the torn snowy ground as well! Julia xx

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  19. These are amazing Loll! How you get such detail with Brushos through stencils is beyond my comprehension! I end up with it seeping under and the pattern of the stencil is never recognisable!! Obviously I either need more practice, or, . . . skill! Have a lovely weekend my friend! Hazel xx
    My Card Attic

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  20. This is just as gorgeous the second time around, Loll!

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  21. My goodness...these two are gorgeous. The brusho work is stunning and looks like such depth of colour behind those birch trees.

    Thanks for taking part in the May Rudolph days Challenge.

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  22. Absolutely stunning cards, the brown brushos give an amazingly realistic winter forest background. Fantastic! Thanks for joining in with this month's Rudolph Days challenge
    Jane DT

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  23. This is another great card using the stencil. I love your technique, perfect amount of water causes the powders brushos beautiful work but do not flood other parts of the background. You are a true master of this technique me this art unable: - ((
    I love your scenery. I'm starting to miss the winter, and it's very strange :-)
    hugs,
    BozenA

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  24. These two are just gorgeous. I love how the Brusho gives shading and depth to the background .... great job! xx

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  25. What fantastic scenes, Loll ... delicious depth and dimension! Love how you scaled the second one to match the smaller deer ... what a brilliant touch! Hugs, Anita :)

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  26. Be still my heart. More of your Brusho wonder-working. These are scrumptious.

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  27. Gorgeous effect with your light brown Brushos, Loll! I love how the variation in the colors creates movement on your cards, and the single deer is so striking! Looks like I'll be taking out my brown Brushos, too :)

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  28. Wow, lovely earthy colours Loll, the cards are brilliant.

    Love and hugs
    Maarit

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  29. Gorgeous cards Loll and such pretty designs! I really need to look into brushos when I get some spare time:) Sorry I haven't been over to visit in a while - life is busy but I see all your cards are still as stunning as ever and you are always an inspiration to me! Hugs xx

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  30. Beautiful cards, love that stencil and the fabulous background

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  31. Two gorgeous cards, I love the background the trees are wonderful.

    Sue xx

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  32. These are works of art, Lolly! Truly! I don't know how you can send your cards like these and not frame them and have your own gallery all over the house!! Along with your son's art, of course!! Hugs, Dolly

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  33. Oh, I love how these two turned out! I will have to keep going to see how you did them. Love, love, love! Hugs, Brenda

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  34. Beautiful work!! Love the background you have created! Thank you for sharing with us at the Rudolph days challenge.
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie
    Rudolph Days Challenge GDT

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