Saturday, 26 September 2015

Don't Worry 'Bout A Thing

The challenge this time at PaperArtsy is to use pigment powders, so I've been having a play with my Brusho's.
I've used yellow, red, and ultramarine (which is my favourite) just sprinkled on and spritzed to make my backgrounds.

I then used the powders as watercolours to paint Darcy's images. They paint really nicely but you just seem to get one colour rather than the mix that you sometimes get with the shake and spritz method.
The feathers have been painted with turquoise and ultramarine.
I've joined the tags with washi tape so they form a triangle and stand up by themselves.
The Brusho's layer and mix beautifully, and is a great base for a white pen.
I had fun making these (except for the cutting out lol) and will definitely use the Brusho's for more than just backgrounds now.
I'm also linking this to the We love 2 Create anything goes challenge.
Going to watch the England Wales match now, so enjoy your weekend, and thanks very much for looking x


  1. Wow, your tags are gorgeous, love the brusho backgrounds and the bright embelies. Hugs, Valerie

  2. All of these are stunning with the wonderful designs and colours

    Love Chrissie xx

  3. Nooooo another song stuck in my head now!! Stunning set of tags Sue,beautifully created as usual ;)
    Donna xxx

  4. What a stunning trio of tags - just love the backgrounds and the choice of stamped images too. Love'em!
    Alison xx

  5. The three tags are wonderful but my favourite Brushos background is the one you made with yellow and ultramarine... gorgeous!

  6. These are lovely and vibrant sue and work so well with Darcy's stamps. Your good are really helpful,

    Lucy x

  7. Oh, I'm so late commenting sorry Sue, my life is totally hectic those days... :)
    Fingers crossed that things will be easier later but not sure LOL!
    Just wanted to tell you how beautiful this set of tags is, I love it!!! xx


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