Have you tried this technique? Click HERE to see the tutorial. and click HERE to see the gallery. Michelle Zindorf- WOW her cards are beyond AMAZING!!! Nothing original on my card- I cased one from the gallery to try this technique. This was my 1st somewhat presentable one…. Its a little harder than it looks. It works great with these black Lovely as a Tree set– but don’t look too close my trees are in the sky, LOL. The trick I found to make this work: roll the brayer FAST to get the sky to blend. This is wintery as we are entering summer! would make a fab Christmas card though. Hmmm may have to crank out a few of these! I have a few more of these as works in progress, mostly cased. If they ever get finished they probably will appear here soon.
Stamps: Lovely as a Tree, Non SU sympathy sentiment
ink: blue bayou, soft sky, pretty in pink, basic black (heat set so it did not smear)
paper: glossy white card stock, black and blue bayou
accessories: PATIENCE- I threw out about 8 pieces of cardstock before this one. Practice. post-it notes and of course a brayer!
Saw your post and thought – wow, Jill was thinking just like me this morning! My post was along the very same lines – brayering shame:0)I first wrote "my first 'feeble' attempts at brayered sky," and then deleted feeble. Take heart! Your card looks great!!
I love it! Did you emboss the trees? I did one at a card class – love your colors way better! TFS!Bev
I was looking at Michelle's site and tutorials last week but haven't tried it yet. You've inspired me–I'm going to try it. You did a great job on the card!
I love this card! And you're right, wouldn't it perfect for Christmas? So I better start practicing now! As always, Jill, you do such a fabulous job!
You're right, Jill! It is beyond amazing! Your card is fabulous! I'm going to have to re-visit that technique real real soon!