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

Directions:

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.
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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.

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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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