Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Brayered background

I have never felt like I have mastered the art of brayering....but today after I had talked to a friend about the wonderful things you can do with a brayer...I did ink mine up. Especially the Stampscapes stamps look wonderful on a brayered background, I think. So I guess this one isn't perfect either but I do like the card, it was hard to take a good picture of it, in the phototent the flash kept going off so I took it to the window. We survived another snowstorm today, we got lots of the white stuff again and another snowday for the kids.
It wasn't as bad here as they said it was gonna be, hopefully Spring is around the corner, let's hope the groundhog Willy thinks so too. Happy Ground Hog's Day! Take care, Anja

3 comments:

Tattingrid said...

Ik vind dit een mooi tafereel. Kijk altijd of er niet in een hoekje een oude stroper staat, met geweer om de schouder en berevel op zijn rug..
Sneeuw, dat zouden wij ook wel weer willen. Nu is het grijs en koud, niks aan.
En Groundhog day, bestaat dat echt?
Laat die beestjes nog maar even slapen, veel te koud, niks te eten..

Quilting with Jannette said...

How beautiful that is!
I have a brayer too - I've probably used it 5 or 6 times in the 5 years I've owned it - maybe I need to ink mine up too...
Have fun at your scrapbooking weekend!

Sonja said...

It looks like chinese how you made that card, but anyway it looks good !

Have a nice day,
Sonja
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