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To quote the manufacturers website - "A unique, transparent, highly pigmented water-colour ink powders giving wonderful bursts of colour when used, exclusively manufactured by us at our factory in Sheffield. Brusho® crystal colour offers a very good degree of light fastness. "
By Ken Bromley Art Supplies on 25 July 2016 SELLER
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Leaf green,emerald green,lemon,orange,tourqoise,brilliant red,yellow,black,purple,scarlet,ultra marine,darkbrown.
By SER on 15 June 2016
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hi if you key in brusho info into your search box, it leads to a vast amount of info links. basically they are watercolour pigments, can be mixed with variety of mediums...again info online....i have just used so far on w/col, re "warping" well that will depend on amount of water used and of course paper...i believe y… see more hi if you key in brusho info into your search box, it leads to a vast amount of info links. basically they are watercolour pigments, can be mixed with variety of mediums...again info online....i have just used so far on w/col, re "warping" well that will depend on amount of water used and of course paper...i believe you can use it on card.. here is a link which may be of help. how to use brusho - brusho - product help - colourcraft ltd - as a crafter i love the vibrancy of the colours and the fact they can be mixed with variety of mediums. hope this is helpful...dmh see less
By denmo on 01 September 2014
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In the description it says quite clearly, "Not fixable on fabric", so I am guessing that is your answer!
By DeBe on 04 August 2014
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