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Friday, May 30, 2008

Class Project #2

Michelle Zindorf has inspired me to start using my brayer that has been collecting dust for a while now. She has a great blog with the most amazing tutorials that you'll ever see. Go check it out when you have a chance.

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.


This is the first step - THE MOST IMPORTANT STEP! Your image will get ruined if you don't do it in this order.
Step 1
First, I stamped my image on Whisper White and colored it in with my SU markers. Then I colored over the entire image with my clear Sakura Glaze pen.

Step 2

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!

6 comments:

Handfullofstamps said...

What a great card!!! I love all of the details!!!

Rhonda L said...

What a great card!Your mountains are great! I really need to get a decent brayer-mine has a nick in it.Michelle's cards are awesome and so is yours!!

Michelle Zindorf said...

Stunning! I love the way your background turned out. :)

Carrie Gaskin said...

This is just so cool! Thanks for sharing the instructions as well.

Hulda Pollock said...

very pretty! Love the background and your coloring!

stampinc said...

This is so cool. I love the colors and layout.