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Old 07-02-2006, 09:00 AM   #1  
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Question Brayer -- what do I do with it?

I now have a brayer with 3 attachements. One is acrylic, one is a hard rubber, and one is a spongey material. What do I do with each of these?

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I use my brayer with the rubber attachment to stamp with background stamps. I ink up the stamp then lay it with the rubber facing up. I then put my cardstock down and cover with a piece of scratch paper. I then brayer over the whole thing. It gives even coverage.
I also use the rubber attachment when using a kaleidescope stamp. I just run the brayer directly through the kaleid-pad and then onto the paper.

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There was just a post in the technique forum regarding this with an article called "50 Ways to Love Your Brayer." Maybe that will have some answers for you.
//www.splitcoaststampers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=147249&highlight=brayer
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Thank you. I must have spelled something wrong when I tried to search for posts about brayers.

Off to read that thread. Thanks again!
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