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sabato 23 luglio 2016

La mia nipotina alla conquista dei Brusho's :)

In questi giorni sto passando un po' di tempo con la mia adorata nipotina e ci divertiamo a "pasticciare" insieme con carta e colori. :D
Le ho fatto sperimentare i Brusho's su cartoncino pesante da acquerello e sono rimasta davvero a bocca aperta... Lei è molto più brava di me!! :D :D   E ha solo 10 anni....
Guardate questo!
Non ancora soddisfatta, ha deciso di farci una maxi-card!
Ed ecco il risultato finale. Favoloso... come lei!!! :D
Ha incollato il suo "acquerello" su una bella carta patterned grigia e bianca, con piccoli dettagli in rilievo, usando il biadesivo spessorato.
I due fiori verdi sono stati tagliati con un punch che taglia ed embossa... Li ha tagliati dal foglio bianco che avevamo messo sotto al cartoncino per non sporcare il tavolo: ha riciclato un po' del colore dei Brusho's...! :D  Sta imparando in fretta anche a riciclare, insomma! LOL :D 
Il grande fiore arancione è timbrato con uno dei due bellissimi timbri di Chocolate Baroque che ho ricevuto da Asha; è stato timbrato con un inchiostro bianco ed embossato con polvere sparkle, poi colorato con i markers Graph'it e ritagliato a mano.
Ha aggiunto due foglioline verdi che erano nella scatola dei piccoli scarti delle fustellate. La farfalla è tagliata da un pezzo di carta da regalo riciclata con la fustella Sizzix -Sizzlits Flights of Fancy; il sentiment è un timbro Clearly Besotted che ho avuto con una rivista.

Con questo progetto Aurora intende partecipare ai seguenti challenge: :D

20 commenti:

  1. she is incredible, wow ... I can't do this ...
    enjoy your moments together!

    RispondiElimina
  2. Oh wow, she did an amazing job!! The colors look so gorgeous!! I love how they blended!! The embossed flower is stunning!! This is so fabulous!! I love, love it!! She's so talented and at a young age!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  3. She's learning by watching you I'm sure! What a gorgeous creation, and her colors look amazing together! It's like a colorful storm of some kind! LOL

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  4. Hello, Alice! You are having fun times - it's so much fun to play and experiment like this! What a beautiful outcome! She did great with the Brushos! The colour looks amazing and it's so neat the way they blended together! Her card looks so pretty! I like the flowers and butterfly too! I had to laugh when you said she's learning to recycle - I think she is learning from you very well!

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  5. You are speechless? I am totally speechless, this is just fabulous. My try with brusho's are always a flop but I will keep on trying...thank you to your niece for inspiration.xx

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  6. What talent!! Your niece definitely takes after you with her crafting ability. Gorgeous splashes of colour from the Brusho's to make a fabulous picture and then beautifully embellished to make a fantastic card. It's good to know she is carrying on the family tradition of recycling :D. Brilliant!! Debra x

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  7. So nice to see that your Niece is taking after you and enjoying the crafting, beautiful creation
    Kevin xx

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  8. I've been watching a few videos on YouTube this weekend to learn more on how to use my brushos, and gelatos as well, as I haven't been able to create something I'm totally satisfied with yet. Then your niece does this, so effortlessly and perfectly! Wow!

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  9. Oh this is beautiful! I'm so glad you found the Brushos, and what a fantastic creation on this first tryout. Looks like a gigantic wave - ready for surfers. I love how it's been made into this lovely card, and even used all the mop-up overflow from the brusho work to make embellies! This looks like you both had such fun, and have a wonderful creation to help remember the day! TFS & Hugs

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  10. A fabulous card, such a beautiful background - it must be fun to craft with your niece.
    Pauline
    x

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  11. Awesome - your niece created a fabulous piece! So fun to be creating together!

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  12. Your daughter has created a great piece of art. Thanks so much for taking the time to share with us at Penny Black & More.
    Lynn x
    DT

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  13. Amazing work! Well done to Aurora - and a big hug from Parsnip the bear too :) I still can't get my Brushoes to look good - it always ends up like I just threw some mud at the paper, sigh :(

    Sorry I'm a bit late running round commenting.

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  14. Holy wowzers! I'm a little jealous that your niece does better work with these products than I do!! lol. Gorgeous piece, well done on her! hope you are having a great week Alice, sending hugs :)

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  15. Che effetto fantastico ha ottenuto, wow! Bella anche la card gigante...una futura scrapbooker?

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  16. Your niece made a stunning creation.Love the colours and the beautiful flowers.

    Gr,Sylvia.

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  17. She did an amazing job with the brusho's. So beautiful!
    Thank you for sharing with us at Penny Black and More!

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  18. Oh my goodness! What a talented nipotina you have. She gets it from you, no? The brusho background is stunning. At my age I am afraid of it... but Aurora worked her magic and created a stunner! You must be SO proud!
    bjs Asha

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  19. Ispiri soltanto stando vicino a qualcuno. Comunque complimenti alla nipotina.
    Xxx

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