With the new annual Stampin’ Up! catalog just out, I’m getting a lot of questions like “How did they do that?” about cards shown in the catalog.
Like this one that uses the Rubber Brayer Resist Technique…
Question: How did they make the Bee Thankful card (green) on page 97?
Answer: Rubber Cement and a Sponge Brayer!
Rubber Cement Resist Technique:
- Stamp the image in Black StazOn ink.
- Use a paintbrush to paint rubber cement glue onto the area you don’t want the ink applied. In this case that’s inside the letters and the bee.
- Let dry.
- Use a Sponge Brayer to brayer ink (Granny Apple Green) where desired.
- Gently rub over the dried glue to remove it.
Doesn’t that sound like a fun technique? Let’s all give it a try!
Supplies Used: Click an image below to order the supplies you need from my online store. You’ll also need Rubber Cement and a Paintbrush.
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