Layered Brayer Technique

Hello …

Oh my, weekends seem to pass so quickly!  I have been busy preparing for my Hostess / Customer Appreciation and Kick-Off Party.  I invite all my hostesses from the past Stampin’ Up! year to join me for dinner and a little bit of “spoiling”.  Hostesses qualify for this exclusive event by having a stampin’ party or they are in one of my clubs.

I have all types of clubs: scrapbooking (2 – 12 x 12 pages), techniques (most popular / 2 cards and a 6 x 6 technique sheet) and stamp-n-scrap (they make a card and 1 – 12 x 12 page).  I am currently filling my clubs for the upcoming 2013-14 stampin’ year.  We begin in September and go through June… we meet only 1 night a month.  I have weeknight, and Saturday clubs.

Membership includes your Make-n-Takes, all main and seasonal catalogs, club only specials / discounts, and an invitation to my hostess only appreciation dinner.

Here is one of the techniques my members have done in the past:

Layered Brayer


1) Heat emboss your chosen images on Glossy White card stock using VersaMark ink and Clear Stampin’ Emboss powder. Bold images work best for this technique.

2) Ink your brayer with a light color of ink, and bray your card stock.

3) Use a sticky note or scrap paper cut to desired shapes and sizes to cover portions of your card stock.
4) Ink your brayer with a darker color of ink, and bray your card stock again.

5) Repeat process if extra layers desired.

6) Remove paper scraps and wipe embossed images to remove excess ink.


Let me know if you are interested in joining one of my clubs, or get your friends together (min. 8 – max.12) and I’ll do which type of club you and your friends are interested in.

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