I never understood the appeal. I guess this was one of those things where I knew what it did, but it just never felt relevant to what I do. While at Ranger U there were some things that while cool, I knew wouldn’t translate to my “real life” crafting. That’s ok. Then there were other things that felt like absolute lightbulb moments.
The brayer was one of them.
Why? Here’s a video introducing what I love about it – and how it works with all my distress stains, inks, mists, etc… note this was a “one take” very informal video… “like” is over used and yikes. anyhow! here you go:
I can’t wait to explore all of the things I can do with this new little tool. So simple – and it’s stretching my existing stash of color mediums. LOVE that!
Simon Says Stamp carries all three sizes (I believe mine is the small one) here are links:
10 thoughts on “New love | Brayer”
Great way to make your own patterned paper!
Loved your little vid May:))) You just taught me a couple more things I could do with my brayer!!! Thank you! Every time I use mine I say to myself……”myself, how did I not get one of these sooner”..lol! Can’t wait for your tuts:)
Have a happy day:)
Cool! The only thing I’ve used a brayer for is smoothing down Mod Podged projects. This is neat!
Love it now I have another use for my brayer…another experiment for my journal.
Love the effect of the dylusions spray with the brayer! Thanx for sharing!
May, thanks for sharing all of the great techniques you learned at Ranger U.
I have been in the same “it is not relevant to me” camp as you when it came to my brayer. Now I am anxious to learn more techniques for Mr. Brayer. It looks like creative fun and that brayer will no longer be something I purchased but almost never use. Thank you so much for sharing.
Must. Dust. Off. Brayer.
Thanks for that!
Cool technique! Thank you for the inspiration!
I love the size of your brayer. Mine is huge. Really love the look with the Dylusions
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