Sunday, 19 February 2012

Brayering Workshop

Yesterday I attended a workshop for brayering and our teacher was the talented Lesley Wharton. I had done a workshop about 6 years ago but have never really been confident. I have always had the lines, uneven blocks of colour like everyone gets. The nuggets of wisdom I came away with were, work quickly and in one direction not pressing down to hard. It was lovely to see Janet and £1.70 Lilian, we did giggle alot.

We all came away with one project to be made into a card at home.

I played until late last night and made them into cards this morning. All of these are made using Distress Inks.

I used stamps from Chocolate Baroque for all of these pieces, they just work so well mixing and matching together.

Thanks for stopping by



Miranda said...

Hi Debbie, Wow you did have a great workshop because the results are very beautiful! I also have brayers but never use them.........wish I lived nearer....warm greetz Miranda

Paper Engineer said...

Pleased you enjoyed it Debbie, these are just fab

Claire said...

Another Wow from me Debbie, your cards are stunning. I bet the workshop was fab
Claire xx

judith@poppy cottage said...

Gorgeous cards Debbie, there are some beauties in there. A workshop, sounds like the old days, especially with £1.70 Lillian there!
You look like you've had great fun making these, Judith xx

Christine B. said...

Wow, all your cards are stunning. I bet the workshop was realy great.Hugs x ChrisB

Paula (PEP) said...

I'm speechless - & what an amazing number. I love the last two tags especially with those colours. You're definitely spot on about CB stamps - so true.
Paula (PEP)

Glenda Waterworth said...

Beautiful cards Debbie - sounds like you had great fun.


ikki said...

Hi Debbie, great pieces of artwork, you certainly have been a busy bee! I think that you have mastered braying and I love the sentiment of your orange tag. Hope you are well. ikki x