Do you want to learn how to use the brayer? I am asked over and over again about my brayer work, so I will show you how easy it is and will provide you with some great tips.
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Supplies: Brayer, glossy cardstock (plain cardstock if you do not have glossy), ink pad (I’m using Kaleidacolor Caribbean Sea), StazOn or India Ink pad
Take your brayer and roll brayer over ink pad in one direction. Let your brayer roll around. Do this at least 20 times. Then, I do mini rolling by laying the brayer onto the ink pad and rolling the brayer back and forth,
- Roll brayer in one direction, across your glossy cardstock.
- In other words, roll your brayer across your paper in one smooth move without stopping.
- Start rolling so your brayer work starts on a scrap piece of paper. Do not stop rolling until brayer is off the glossy cardstock and onto the scrap paper.
- Re-ink your brayer. Re-inking won’t require as much inking as the first step did.
Repeat the above steps but roll starting at the other side of the inking that you just did. Be sure to keep the same colours in the same area.
If you want to add deeper colours to your brayer work, sponge ink over top of brayer work. Let the ink dry completely before you handle your image.
Stamp out your image onto background.
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Stamp: Our Daily Bread Designs
Ink: Kaleidacolor Caribbean Sea