Monday, 2 April 2018

Scrapbook Layout using Brusho Scraps

Hope you all had a wonderful weekend! One of the things I had on my list to do at my retreat in March was create something using all these Brusho scraps. I have been playing lots with Brusho and experimenting with different ways to use it. I have so many of these little scraps! I didn't want to throw them out because they are so pretty.

I was inspired by a layout I had seen online - I think it was on Facebook. She had cut a bunch of circles in various sizes to create a great background. I decided to do the same. So I took my circle framelits and just started cutting. I had no idea what I was going to do with them. I started playing around with the positioning and came up with this.

It really looked like planets which is why the title.These photos were taken when we were out for dinner to celebrate my birthday.

I'm not sure where the little stars came from. I borrowed someone's stamp set from the retreat and it wasn't a Stampin' Up! set. Neither was this smaller alphabet set. But the numbers and the letters for the word 'world' are both from SU!

I'm really loving the white backgrounds and then adding a free hand drawn border around the edges to bring everything together. I've been doing that on a lot of my layouts lately.

I love that I was able to put all these Brusho samples to use!

If you are interested in playing with Brusho, I'd love for you to join me in my upcoming Bring on the Brusho class! Here are all the details:

Bring on the Brusho
April 25th at 9:30am OR 7pm

Looking to create unique backgrounds, get a little messy, experiment and have fun? Then you will love the Bring on the Brusho class where we will spend the whole class playing and learning about different ways to put this fun product to use. You will create 6 different backgrounds and create 3 full cards using three of them.

Option 1: $85 class fee includes
  • Brusho ($40)
  • Watercolor paper ($6.75)
  • Spritzers ($4)
  • One Aqua Painter ($11.25)
  • All additional supplies required to complete the 3 cards and 6 backgrounds
Option 2: already own Brusho? Bring it to class and pay $45. This class option includes:
  • Watercolor Paper ($6.75)
  • Spritzers ($4)
  • One Aqua Painter ($11.25)
  • All additional supplies required to complete the 3 cards and 6 backgrounds
Add on Technique Class Inserts: If you've been part of my previous technique classes and have started an album and would like the directions and samples to add to your album, please request at time of registration. Cost is $8.

Can't attend the class? Get it to go! You'll receive a package in the mail (pick up option available) that includes all the supplies from your option of choice and an email with a link to the videos that explain exactly how to create all the backgrounds and cards. Postage extra.

Deadline to register is April 13th.
Register today!

Have a creative day!

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