Brusho is highly concentrated transparent watercolour powder, and the colour explodes on contact with water giving fun and unpredictable results. (And stained hands. Or anything else it comes into contact with. And for goodness sake, don't cough.)
For this panel, I die cut a Tim Holtz tattered flower from watercolour paper and stuck it down temporarily, sprinkled lemon, leaf green and aquamarine powders, then spritzed, and removed the die cut. Wheee!! I drew in a stalk and leaves and stamped the sentiment.
You can make a wash by mixing the powders with water, but I'm still playing with the exploding properties yet.
I'm entering this into Simon Says Monday Challenge, Anything Goes.
Don't forget, Craft Stamper Take It Make It Challenge is still open - you can choose any technique from any issue this year so far.
Also, I'm over at STAMPlorations tonight with a feature on generational stamping. See you there!