Isn’t this little chap so handsome and daring! Today I’m going to show you an easy brayering technique that you will just love. You can watch my YouTube video below to guide you through the technique. And if you’re a subscriber to my newsletter, you will get a free PDF copy of the tutorial too. Tutorial only available until 14th February when it will be replaced with a new project so subscribe now.
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There is no great skill required to using a brayer. I will simply give you a couple of tips that will improve your technique and are suitable even to complete brayering beginners. You will be so impressed with yourself. 🙂 Further detail on measurements and products used, below.
I should point out that I used a soft rubber brayer for this project and not the Sponge Brayer that is detailed in the product list. Unfortunately Stampin’ Up! no longer sell the rubber brayer so I’ve suggested the Sponge Brayer as an alternative. You could of course replace the easy brayering technique and use Stampin’ Sponges instead to apply the ink. It’s such a lovely project you’re going to love it no matter which way you do it.
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Easy Brayering Technique:
This tutorial will cover: – brayering, sponging, marker to stamp technique, alcohol markers and heat embossing.
- Cardbase: – 14.8cm x 21cm – score and fold at 10.5cm
- Mat: – 8.5cm x 12.8cm
- Artwork: – 8cm x 12.3cm
- Insert: – 8.5cm x 12.8cm
- Scraps for stamping and heat embossing
Make sure to check out my other inking techniques on my Blog and YouTube. And watch out for more on this cheeky little chappy.
Handy Product List:
Thanks for stopping by today. Check out the links below to other ink technique projects.
Until next time 🙂