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Monday, November 19, 2012

Please meet my friend ....

The Brayer....
My newest favourite Stampin Up tool. On Saturday I was one of the Demonstrators who manned the brayer table on Product Playground at our Brisbane Stampin Up Heartfelt Event. Because of this opportunity I have come up with so many different ways to use the brayer I decided to make up a Brayer Sample book. Here are a few pages...
Background using ink refills dropped on to acetate and brayered. Then place gloss card face down and brayer

Ink refills dropped on card, fine cotton wrapped around brayer and glad wrap wrapped around brayer

Background is various thicknesses of cotton wrapped around brayer, masking, ink refills spritzed on card and brayered
Using the embossing folder with white craft ink and dazzling diamonds.

Background bleached bubblewrap and felt snowflakes dipped in bleach and brayered. Resist with clear gloss and versamark

Top background is brayered ink, spritzed and rock salt left to dry. Bottom background dark card brayered with white for misty look. Brayered and sanded, wax paper scrunched and ironed and brayered

Top background dark card brayered with string and then stamped with bleach. Bottom layer brayered in a frame Brayered and embossed stripes and tartan..

Background ink refills dropped on to acetate, spritzed and brayered, then gloss card placed face down and brayered.

I would like to share this sample book with all my Paper Angels Team as I think it would be a great training tool for new brayer users. Just ask me if you would like to borrow it for a class.

Oh just remembered..... please make sure when storing your brayer that you rest it on it's back.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Zena thank you so much for this it has given me some great ideas that I will be sure to try very soon :)


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