Friday, June 27, 2008

Thursday Technique on Friday

Sorry this wasn't up last night, I was having blogger issues. So please pardon the lateness of this post. This technique is fun to do and very easy. So without any rambling on my part here is the Technique:

This is what you need:
Brayer with rubber attachment
Glossy Cardstock (cut to fit your card)
Ink pad (i used Caribbean Kaleidacolor)
rubber bands 2-3
Stazon or Brilliance ink

step 1: Ink brayer with your main color (i used Caribbean Kaleidacolor) and roll the brayer onto you glossy cardstock (making sure you cover the whole piece).

step 2: Clean your brayer off, then detach the roller from the handle and wrap your rubber bands tightly around the roller along its length.

step 3: Roll the rubber band brayer thru the ink you used for the glossy cardstock. You don't want to press to hard into the ink because you only want the color to get on the rubber bands. Once you get the ink on the rubber bands roll the rubber band brayer onto the glossy cardstock. See pic to the right-what it should look like after rolling the brayer onto the glossy cardstock.

Step 4: Stamp your main images with the Stazon or Brilliance ink onto glossy cardstock.

Step 5: Finish card.

Supplies: Stampin' Up!© unless otherwise stated
Stamp: Sea life (Joann's), Cheesecloth
Cardstock: Sarah Sand, Whisper White, Glossy
Inks: Brilliance Black, Kaleidacolor Caribbean
Other: Window punch
I like this technique because its fun to do to make kids cards. Hope you have fun using this technique. Have a wonderful weekend. Until my next rambling :)

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