Brusho Oxidized Metal Tutorial
Hi, stamping friends! I have a video today to show you how I made the Oxidized Copper card (you can see the card herehere). But first, I have big news.
Stampin’ Up!® will be discontinuing the Stampin’ Trimmer, and we will not longer be selling the Big Shot Die Cutting Machine after the 2019-20 Stampin’ Up!® Annual Catalog goes live in June. We will still have dies and embossing folders, and new ones will be added to the new Annual Catalog. Old dies and folders will work in the new machine (which is not ready yet, but I will let you know when it’s available), and new dies and folders will work in your current die cutting machine. So basically, this will have little or no effect on you.
The trimmer, however, is another story. If the Stampin’ Trimmer is your only paper trimmer, you will want to order some replacement blades now! We will be receiving shipments for the next few months, but supplies are limited. Currently, you can add a maximum of three packs to each order. After Monday, April 15, you can add a maximum of six packs per order. So you’ll want to stock up on trimmer blades trimmer blades and other trimmer accessories to use until a new trimmer is available.
Feel free to contact me with any questions!
And now – the tutorial!
Here’s a finished picture of the panel I started in the video. I love how it turned out. It does not have any embossing powder on it yet.
And here’s another look at the card.
This is such a fun and really quite simple technique. I first saw it in a video by Jay Soriano, a demonstrator in England. He used ink refills in his tutorial. My friend Holly Obier suggested using Brusho, and I really had a little more control with that. (Ok, there’s not much control at all with this technique, and every time it turns out differently. But Brusho was easier for me.)
Hope you have a beautiful day! Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy.