Thursday, 27 October 2016

Starch and Brushos

I had fun with some friends recently using spray starch with brushos to make backgrounds.

Here's a card using the technique:


It's pretty easy to do the background - spray some starch on watercolour paper, sprinkle with brushos, cover with slightly scrunched cling wrap and let dry.

I added two diecut mistletoe sprays (double layered for more dimension), a bow to tie the sprays together, pearls for the berries, and a sentiment.

Another for my Christmas card stash and for the SCS Ways to Use It challenge "Oh Ribbon"!






Supplies:
Stamps - Impression Obsession sentiment
Ink - Memento Cottage Ivy
Paper - white cs, watercolour paper
Size - A2
Accessories - green ribbon, fun foam, green brushos, spray starch, cling wrap



5 comments:

Loll said...

Your background is so pretty Susan!! Love this technique. xx

Bonnie said...

I love the pattern in your background, Susan! Love that mistletoe too!

Karen L K said...

Clever! Pretty too!

nancy littrell said...

Such a pretty background Susan. I have yet to try that technique...I would have to get starch 1st. Maybe the dollar store. I really do love your pretty background and CAS design. TFS my friend. Hugs, Nancy

Darnell J Knauss said...

The vibrant colors on this are just magnificent, Susan, and they make the perfect background for the mistletoe!! I love how this technique turns out! Hugs, Darnell