Registered: August 24, 2004 Location: Sun Prairie, WI Posts: 1188
Mon, Mar 28, 2005 @ 12:35 PM
mrskelly2u - in this case I used the rubber brayer. Ink up your stamp. Roll the brayer across the inked stamp, then roll your brayer onto the paper. Ink your stamp again - line it up with your brayered image and stamp. You can also get a similar effect by inking your stamp - then stamping it onto a solid image (square, rectangle, etc), then stamping that onto paper. I hope that makes sense! It a great technique to use with landscape sets like this or when you want to make images face each other (like kissing fish, etc.).
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