Here are 2 more cards created using the controlled painting with Brusho Crystal Color technique.
For these cards, I lightly sprinkled Brilliant Blue and Moss Green Brusho Crystal Colors on my watercolor card front.
I started with the center tree first, sprinkling the Brusho about where I knew I would be stamping.
I then spritzed the pine tree image from Winter Woods (carry-over from the Holiday Catalog) lightly with water and stamped.
I then did the same for the right tree, then the left tree.
Again, don't get your stamp too wet as the colors will run.
You can always add a little more Brusho (remember, a little goes a long way), and stamp again with a moist stamp if desired.
And, you can pull and move the color around with a paint brush if needed.
You can also over stamp the outline image again using the pine tree and a darker color of ink.
I tested it here using Mossy Meadow ink:
I personally liked them plain, so I skipped this step.
For the first card, I sponged Balmy Blue and Pool Party inks around the trees.
I left the background alone on the second card.
I prefer the white background.
Stamp Sets: Winter Woods, Flora and Fauna
Ink: Night of Navy, Balmy Blue, Pool Party
Paper: Mint Macaron, Night of Navy, watercolor
Accessories: Brusho Crystal Colors, spritzer bottle with water, Stamparatus, sponge, enamel dots from my stash