Thursday, 11 March 2010

Lucy's Class

In Lucy's class last week we had a go at working with a brayer and kaleidacolours which gave some great backgrounds for stamping . This card was made with various shades of blue and a gorgeous stamp from crafty individuals with a paler image stamped to look like a reflection in water as suggested by Chris -who is queen of brayering :)

7 comments:

  1. This is so effective I gotta do one Oh yes! LOL!

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  2. Lovely piece using a great technique which I really want to try myself now, seeing this. Your blog is a really nice place to visit!

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  3. Thanks for your kind comments. I had a look at your blog Heavens2Betsy and it's amazing I love the style of your pieces and would love to be able to do things like that when I have a lot more experience :)

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  4. Stunning brayer work here. I would say this is the work of a crafter with years of experience. Lynne x

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  5. This is amazing! I saw another way of doing reflections on the internet recently, so will give it a go. This is so tranquil!

    Lucy

    P.S. The internet is a funny place - the lady who posted the comment above is going to come and play at my house soon!

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  6. I love brayering! You can do so much with it. Have you looked at Michelle Zindorf's blog? http://zindorf.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/ She is the QUEEN of the brayer. Jack xx

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  7. wow that is an amzing site -didn't know you could do so much with a brayer definitely inspired to try more techniques -thanks for the recommendation

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