Monday, July 28, 2008

Dust Off Those Brayers!

This week the challenge for us Chicks on the Farm is to use a Brayer (these are on sale through Aug. 7th)

I chose to do a refection card.

After inking up the moose image, from All Things Fall, I rolled my brayer over it to pick up the image. Then I positioned the brayer where I wanted the feet of the moose to start and rolled the image onto the paper. I inked up the moose again and stamped the main image.

Masking the moose, I stamped the Trees Backgrounder then, flipping my cardstock 180, lightly stamped the trees again for a reflection.
Using a large sticky note, I sponged off the edge for the water and the background.
Tall Weeds was stamped along the bottom before applying Ranger Glossy Accents.

Be sure to see what the other girls did too and have a look at what Julia has to say about Brayers. Dust off yours and have some fun!
Lisa Strahl

Cornish Heritage Farms:
All Things Fall
The Great Canadian Stamp Set
Tall Weeds
Trees Backgrounder
Wood Grain Backgrounder

Adirondack Espresso, Latte
Broken China, Faded Jeans, Frayed Burlap, Shabby Shutters, Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain Distress

Georgia Pacific White
Prism Birchtone med
Black unknown

Ranger Glossy Accents
Distressing Tool
Crop a Dile

thanks for stopping!


Kristine Reynolds said...

Dawn, This is stunning! great job on the challenge. TFS!

Lisa Silver said...

WOW! I learn something every time you create a scene! Love how you used the brayer... and I can't wait to try it myself!


Unknown said...

This is such a great technique Dawn...heard of it but never tried it! Love your take on the brayer challenge...I knew you'd be perfect for this challenge!

Bellawhoop said...

Wow! Dawn, this is amazingly beautiful! I had no idea you could make a reflection with the brayer. I'm going to have to try that when I have a moment to stamp! Beautiful card!

Keri Lee Sereika said...

WOW this is way too cool Dawn! Great use of the brayer FOR SURE!

Angelnorth said...

Loved this in the CHF gallery Dawn, great looking card!