So here's my last brayered card for the moment. Bashful blue and old olive form a great staple base for a landscape card using the Lovely as a Tree stamp set. To get the distinction between grass and sky which is not a straight line, you just need to make a mask for the sky, before brayering the grass, by stamping the trees image on a separate piece of paper, and cut away the area below the'hills' line. Simple but effective!
Pop back to see what inspiration (if any!), I have for tomorrow. Thanks for looking
Now this one, I didn't particularly like when I had completed it but the more I see it , the more I warm to it! The sentiment comes from Close as a Memory but the floral silhouette is from a US set called Upsy Daisy. I am so hoping that it makes the new SU catalogue in October. I am sure that you will all want the set as it is beautiful. Barely banana, pale plum, not quite navy and a hint of night of navy gives the colour combination here. The image and sentiment were stamped in Night of navy. The moon was made with the masking technique and I also masked when adding the pale plum layer to get the effect of curved skies/ mountains at this point.
Just one more to go if you pop back tomorrow. See you then and thanks for looking.
Another colourway, ideal for an early start on your Christmas cards. This time , a combination of bashful blue, tempting turquoise and not quite navy/ night of navy. And the lovely little deer from Winter Post. And the trees were from Lovely as a Tree. Always a hint of dazzling diamonds to set the snowy scene! I've edged the Night of Navy cardstock with Frost White shimmer paint from Stampin'Up with a sponge dauber which gives a lovely fine, even line around the edge.
I held a brayering workshop for some lovely ladies on Saturday, and this is the first of 4 cards we made. The idea was to concentrate on the technique using the brayer rather than the shape/layout of the card. Now I have to admit that I am NOT Barbara Gray! I admire her greatly as she is truly the goddess of the brayer! However, practice can make perfect but I am not quite there yet! So just a combination of colours - barely banana, so saffron, pumpkin pie and rose red from Stampin'Up with two beautifully useful stamps from Autumn Days, stamped in close to cocoa. Please pop back to visit my blog for the other 3 cards over the coming days.
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