This is a card that I came up with for my June class that I'll be teaching next weekend. I figured that we had to do at least ONE Father's Day project right? We'll be using a set called "On The Fly" by Stampin Up. I designed the background with the fisherman all by myself with my brayer! Here's how I did it.
Okay, now we're ready to brayer! I took a picture of each step, but you'll be doing all of the steps on one piece of paper.
First, I brayered Bashful Blue (for the water) on the bottom half of the cardstock and then Not Quite Navy (for the sky) on the top half. I left a white space in the middle, about an inch, because I wanted to put mountains there.
Next, I took a post-it note and tore two edges of it. I put one on top of the white and one of the bottom of the white. Then I brayered Sahara Sand in the middle.
For the last part, I left the post-it notes in place and sponged Chocolate Chip along the top and Wild Wasabi along the bottom and up onto the trees. Voila!
I hope this inspires you to whip out that brayer that's hiding in your drawer!