Sunday, 4 April 2010

First attempt at brayering


I have watched Barbara Grey loads of times on C&C. She makes it look so easy to create beautiful landscapes that I fancied giving it a go. I have used the Speedball brayer available from Stampin' Up!, a post it note to mask out the sun, Stampin' Up! Real Red ink and Stampin' up! Pocket Silhouettes stamp set. Cardstock is also SU, Basic Black, Real Red and Whisper White. The inspiration to use this set and create an easel card came from a fellow demonstrator Jo, whose cards you can find
here.
Thanks Jo and thanks for stopping by my blog and for any comments you may leave.

6 comments:

Sassy Stamper said...

What a great card. :-)

♥ Lydia ♥ said...

Fabulous card Shazza!! Looks great x
I must get my brayer out of it's box one day...and maybe even use it!! lol

Spookys Crafty Mess said...

It's amazing Shaz, I watch Barbara every time just wishing this Barbara could be half as good. question for any one please. The Speedball brayer whats the difference to the ordianry brayer please -I have one of those can I do the same thing with one of those, or am I being silly. Bx

Andrea said...

this is lovely Shazza as your saying its your first attempt, goodness if I tried mine would look a right mess, never really used my brayer x

TinaB said...

First time! Wow! it's great xxx

tea_bag said...

Fab card also was impressed by Barbara and had my first go at brayering http://tasselstagsandteabags.blogspot.com/ alma