I can finally post the 2nd card we did at our Technique class today. The cards turned out so lovely and bright, the ladies were wrapped in what was created, especially the colours…
I took the same colours from This Card and played around with it here & there, although the brayering was exactly the same. Instructions for Brayering may be found here….
This stamp set is such a versatile set, that the list of possibilities is endless….
Stamp Set – Upsy Daisy
Ink – Basic Black, Tempting Turquoise
Cardstock – Whisper White, Basic Black, Tempting Turquoise
Punches – Eyelet Border
Accessories – Brads, Snail Adhesive, Grosgrain Ribbon – Basic Black,
Embossing Buddy, Powder Pal Tray, Heat Tool, Embossing Powder – Black
If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me
Until next time, Enjoy!
Another card which I thought I would post today. My Technique Class this week is Brayering…. Although it is a very basic card, I love the colours and the way it has turned out!
I’ve taken the card design from an old card pre-Stampin’ Up!®, twigged it here & there, added & subtracted…..
Stamp Set – Upsy Daisy, Warm Words
Ink – Tempting Turquoise, Basic Black, Versa-Mark
Cardstock – Whisper White, Tempting Turquoise
Punches – Large Oval, Scallop Oval
Accessories – Snail Adhesive, Grosgrain Ribbon – Tempting Turquoise, Brayer, Stamping Buddy, Powder Pal Tray, Embossing Powder – Black, Heat Tool
Non-SU – Rhinestones, Staples – behind the ribbon
If you click Here it will take you directly to a small Tutorial on how to do Basic Brayering…..
Why not give it a go or better still book in for the class this Wednesday, 11 May @ 1.00pm.
Just so you are aware, this won’t be the card we will be making…. they will be posted after the class!
I have a small wee Tutorial/Technique to share with you today
Brayering – Basic
Ink Brayer with ink, ensuring you roll in one direction, usually away from you
If required, repeat until roller is fully inked
Ensuring scrap paper is under your cardstock, roll Brayer onto your card
Decorate & complete Card
Do not roll Brayer back & forth on ink pad, as you will be only inkin 1/4 of your surface
Scrap paper is required as you will be rolling off both ends/sides of your cardstock
Very easy simple technique!
Until next time, have a practice
This is my 3rd post for the day & another challenge – this time it is over at “Stamping 411” –
Head on over, have a look & why not try it yourself!
While having all my embossing stuff out, I decided to try another Technique – Versa-Mark Resist– using my Brayer and Glossy Cardstock.
My Card –
Stamp Set – Sweet Stems, Warm Words
Inks – Certainly Celery, Versa-Mark, Pretty in Pink
Cardstock – Pretty in Pink, Almost Amethyst, Whisper White, Glossry White Cardstock
DSP – Tea Party
Accessories – Snail Adhesive, Mat Pack, Brayer, Versa-Mark, Mini-Glue Dots
Check back in a couple of days & I will post instructions for Brayering….