Those OWHers who wanted to learn this technique, here you go. If you didn't see my card that I made by using this technique, HERE is the link to my previous post.
Oh my..... it took me so long time to complete this tutorial. I hope everyone of you would enjoy and try this technique. It's not complicated at all but needed some practice.
Brayering Off Technique (I just named it since I haven't found the same technique.)
and a card that I made to enter OWH S&S Sketch Challenge #122
Note: No Step 7 in error.
UPDATE: I added more on my next post. Hope you will check them out, too. Any embossing folders that you have would work fine. Hope you will give it a try.
Thanks for stopping by!
Oh, that's a super tutorial! I need to try that now that I have an embosser. Also, I really liked the card!ReplyDelete
Thank you JoAnn! Have fun!Delete
Great tutorial. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
this is wonderful!! thank you for sharing!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the tutorial. Lovely card!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for the detailed steps in this tutorial. Will now have to get a brayer to try this.ReplyDelete
This looks like fun. Thanks for sharing the technique with us!ReplyDelete
Very clever, Seongsook! I will have to give this a try! Time to dust off my brayer :) Great card, too! Thanks for joining us in this week's OWH Stars & Stamps Sketch Challenge!ReplyDelete
Thanks for taking the time to share your technique! Great sketch card! TFS!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Seongsook!! I can't wait to try this. Time to rummage through my drawer to find my brayer! Beautiful cards!!ReplyDelete
WOW! Great card and great tutorial ;)ReplyDelete
I just love your cards. I think they are absolutely beautiful. You are so talented I can only wish one day I would be this talented.ReplyDelete
I just tried this and thank you so much, what awesome cards I have made from learning from you!!! Thanks Seongsook.ReplyDelete
Sherry, you are welcome! Would you like to share your card?Delete