Another choice of stamp from my short stack. I’ve been trying to think of a different way to work with this stamp and today, with much trepidation, I pulled out my brayer. We were slightly reacquainted, but there is still a lot of bonding to do. On this card I really played it safe with that brayer because I’m not so much at home with using it. First, I stamped with Black Brilliance then embossed with clear embossing powder. I masked off the sky and brayered in the mountains, then masked the mountains, laid down a dot for the sun and brayered over it with SU Bordering Blue. I pulled up the masking dot and colored the shape with So Saffron and More Mustard.
Paper: K&Co; Bazzill
Ink: Black Brilliance; SU Bordering Blue: SU More Mustard; SU So Saffron; SU Mellow Moss; Versamark
Accessories: Brads, ribbon
The image on this second card was fished out of the garbage at my daughters insistence; she maintained that she like it better than the other……go figure. This card was colored with chalks. Note to self: once you chalk over already heated, clear embossing powder, the chalk does not come off.
Paper: My Minds Eye; Bazzill
Accessories: Embossing Powder, ribbon, brads