Brushos, Simply Sketched

Testing a new pot of magic

I spotted in the Craft stamper magazine a tutorial explaining how to use the micro distress glaze and thought that it was something that might come in useful when using Brushos to stop them from blending where you don’t want them to blend. 

This is the first use of the glaze which I applied to the flower after painting it with the red.

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The glaze adds a oily layer over the surface to stop any more liquid contaminating the part glazed.  This meant when I applied the lemon brusho over the top it didn’t blend with the red and turn it orange. 

Simple things like this make me happy.  Looking forward to seeing what else I can do with it!

Happy crafting!

Catherine

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