Yep, it's official...I definitely have the Brayer Bug. Watch out - I think it's contagious!
This time I steered away from my usual Blues and Greens and went for some earthy, autumnal colours instead. I inked up my Brayer in Sahara Sand first, and then inked one edge in More Mustard and the other in Really Rust. I sponged the colours on the Brayer to blend the colours (this helps prevent any lines). Then I brayered back and forth like mad on my Whisper White cardstock. I stamped Stem Silhouettes on top in Basic Black ink. It's hard to tell in the pic, but the Really Rust piece has been stamped with the Canvas Background in Versamark ink. I mounted it all on a Card base of Sahara Sand. Some Hemp Twine adds to the Rustic feel, and the sentiment is from All Year Cheer I.
I actually made this card for my sister who recently had to go to hospital with a broken ankle, but I didn't like it enough to give it to her, and I still haven't made her a replacement (even though she is now out of hospital and hobbling around on crutches!). Sorry Yvette!
I think it's lovely Marelle!ReplyDelete
It looks wonderful Marelle - I bet your sister would have loved it!!ReplyDelete
I love this card. I have been trying to use my brayer more but I always seem to get lines when i try so thanks for the tip about sponging. I will have to give that a try! I read your blog all the time and love your creations.ReplyDelete
I would hobble a long way for a beautiful card like this. You should have given it to me! I think it's really beautiful and I love the colours. Thanks Rell.ReplyDelete
I enjoy your style Marelle, thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Oh, Marelle! I really do like this card! I know all too well how it feels when a card just isn't "doing" it for you. But honestly, this one is very nice! See? Even Yvette said so! Have confidence... anything you create is golden, my friend!ReplyDelete
Well, I already commented on this lovely card, but I'm back to tell you that you were first on my list to receive the "E" award, Marelle. Come by my blog for details. Love ya!ReplyDelete
I really love this card Marelle, especially the colours. You sure are hard on yourself not to want to give this one out!...carolinReplyDelete
this is inspirational as always.. will have to dust the brayer off and try this one out..ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing.
What a lovely card Marelle! I love my brayer and use it often!ReplyDelete