Would you like to add details to those tiny spaces? Well, now you can.
I am popping in to share some pertinent info about Detailed Blending Brushes from yesterday's release.
I am using Floating Foliage 3D Embossing Folder for this post's examples.
The three brushes are in 3 different sizes. The brushes are dense and ergonomic.
What I love the most about these brushes are that they are angled. That means, you can turn and adjust the brushes to really add tiniest details.
You can see that I used the largest one for the quick coloring. I then added more yellow and orange to the leaves with the small-med brushes.
To avoid getting the inks onto the unwanted area, I angled the tips and was able to leave the white space white! You can also use a piece of scrap paper around the area to avoid smudges. I was able to ink up the tiny flowers in Baroque Frame 3D Embossing Folder.
The only drawback of the set of 3 detailed brushes? The price. It is not cheap as each brush comes to $4 each. Thankfully, you do not need many as they can be used interchangeable. In between each use, I only wiped it on wet paper towel and was able to continue to use on next color.
With the layering stencils being so popular, thee brushes can not come in better timing.
Thank you for stopping by!
These really look like they will be worth the cost Virginia. Especially with the layering stencils. Love all your ideas - love the leaves one in particular.
Based on the intricate work you've done with
these brushes I would think they are good
value for money!
I love what you did with the embossing folders!
You sold me on these yesterday. I think they're on the way...cannot wait to try them.
Great look at the blending brushes. These look like an interesting tool to add and try out.
Beautiful cards! I love the colors you added to the embossed designs!
These look amazing!! Detailed blending brushes? Yes please! 😍
OK, I NEED those brushes - so glad to hear you can clean in between uses.....LOvely ink blending my friend!!!
Beautiful coloring with these brushes.
You sure have made a case for investing in the new brushes. Your cards are beautiful and you have shown how you can work in small tight areas with ease.
You really show how those brushes work! Maybe a must have?!
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