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Monday, April 12, 2010

Just some brayering

Hi Guys

If somebody had said to me a year ago that I would be able to brayer without getting any lines on my work I would have laughed at them.  Now though I can brayer confidently and produce pieces of work that I am very very proud of.  I have to thank my fellow teamie and very good friend Michelle for showing me how to do it.

Here are some pieces of work I have done this week


This is just general brayering using a piece of waste paper torn so that I could form hills.  The tree is from Lovely as a Tree


Done the same as the one above but only one hill.  I have used 3 stamp sets in this piece.  Forest Friend (coloured the white bits with white gel pen), Autumn Days for the foliage around the edges and Lovely as a Tree for the trees.



This is just done by brayering the top in regal rose and the bottom with bashful blue.  The bottom stripes have been done by randomly putting elastic bands on my brayer and inking up and rollering over the image.  I have used Flight of the Butterfly for the stamp set.

Just a little bit of what I have been doing this week.

I hope you like and until next time

Happy Crafting

Emma xx

6 comments:

  1. these are fabulous Emma, I love the middle one with the trees and forest friend. Very very gorgeous and well brayered
    Hugs
    Victoria
    x

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  2. These are stunning my friend you are sooo clever! I do wish I could do this too but I get fed up practicing!

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  3. Adorable scrummy cards Emma :-D

    Thanks for sharing

    Bx

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  4. These are fabulous Emma - really must get you to show me how you do it

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  5. All totally stunning! It looks like you are an expert with that brayer now

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  6. Beautiful cards! I love dreamy landscapes, so I like the first one especially.

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