Welcome to Wednesday and the newest Joggles MidWeek Muse video tutorial featuring Brusho Crystal Colors. If you haven’t heard of or used Brusho, I think you’ll find the video very interesting!
Unlike the watercolor paint you’re accustomed to seeing in either tubes or a dried cake, Brusho is tiny little crystals of color. You can shake them on a dry surface and then add water, or sprinkle them on a wet surface and see the colors bloom immediately. You can dissolve them on a palette, then apply them like a traditional watercolor. Since the colors are not permanent, it means you can do fun things like ghost through a stencil.
And… get ready for it… you can mix them in water in a Mini Mister and create your own watercolor sprays! There are more than 30 colors in the line and all are intermixable, so you can create a large array of color combinations when you need that special one for a project.