Also the crow sings with the voice he has.
(In Finnish four words is more than enough to express that, even three would suffice!)
I don't have Brushos, but getting inky with Distress Ink diluted on top of an acrylic block is something I have done every now and then. Usually that ends up with several inky backgrounds, because I don't want to rinse anything away. This background features seedless preserves (of which I have a reinker) and probably Barn Door smudged on the block straight from the ink pad. I like the way the ink acts on satin finished card, and this has been dipped and heatset several times.
I stamped some more of the music background (that is in the triangles) onto the inky base. To make a very subtle and soft image I spread DI Black Soot onto the stamp with an ink blender. This way no detail is lost as in second generation stamping. I typed the sentiment with my typewriter, and after smudging the edges with ink I dabbed with versamark and embossed with clear embossing powder. This way it stands out better, after all the birds and triangles have some glossy embossing too.