At my last demonstrator get together, Trish Niedergeses shared a fun technique with the group. Using a rubber brayer and some classic (dye based) ink rolled over an embossed, raised image she created some really neat cards. She is quick to say she ‘cased’ the technique and yellow card from Stampin’ Connection (our demonstrator only share website) from someone but couldn’t remember the name of the original artist. (and if the artist happens to be reading this, just email me and I’ll give you the credit you deserve! Great Card!)
And remember, it’s a live video at our get together with over 40 women so pardon the applause and comments!
Take some time to stamp for YOU today!
I love this idea. What a nice background for Christmas cards. Thanks for the idea.
It may have been my video and/or card on Stampin’ Connection. It has been there for a while. Also added it to my blog this week:
Oh that is so nice. Thank you for sharing and I can’t wait to get started and use it in one of my classes.
I love the brayer technique. The cards are so pretty and the “thank you” card looked so elegant. Thanks for reminding us of the brayer technique.
Love wht she did using the brayer, but I have never used a brayer to do this technique, I just use my dye inks directly to paper and use a light hand. Same effect I thin. I use this technique often. Thanks for sharing. Still wish I could get Stampinup products here in Mexico!
Very nice techinque and Trish’s cards were wonderful. Thanks for sharing this one, I will be passing it along to my downline for workshop “wows”.
Thanks, Trish! Nice to see you again!! Or at least your hands : ) I miss stampin with you! Very cool technique!
That is a great look. Trish what part of Mass are you from? I am from Hanover!!
Awesome technique and beautiful cards! Thanks for sharing!