Experimenting with Brusho

“It is the life of the crystal, the architect of the flake, the fire of the frost, the soul of the sunbeam. This crisp winter air is full of it.”

~John Burroughs

This was my very first try with Brusho Crystals.  As you can see, I need more practice, but the beautiful snowflakes from the Snowfall Thinlits Dies saved the day!  The sentiment is from the Spirited Snowmen stamp set, and the silver sentiment matte is from the Petals & More Thinlits Dies.  I’m sending it as a sympathy card to Sister Bernadette at the monastery where I am an Oblate.  Her beloved beautiful white dog, Daisy Mae, recently passed and we’re all missing her!

If you are in the Northeast, enjoy this beautiful snowy stamping day!  I took this picture two days ago, but it looks just the same today. 🙂  xo Dawn

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4 thoughts on “Experimenting with Brusho

  1. Beautiful Blue Brusho Background. The “love never melts” sentiment is a perfect one for a sympathy card for Sister Bernadette. The landscape in your photo is gorgeous! ❤

    • Thanks for stopping by on this snowy day Brian! Your comments are so kind for a card that didn’t turn out how I expected! The landscape is my view outside my dining room and living room windows. 🙂

  2. I think this card has just enough Brtusho. I love the silver and the sentiment. Blue is my fave color, so you see . . . I love the whole card.
    I’m so sorry about your friend’s loss. I’m sure the card will at least bring a smile to her face.
    Have a bless day.
    🙂

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