Friday, May 28

Brayered Doily

Doilies are on every card I see lately so I though I should give it a try.
I took a regular paper doily and brayered it with some ink. I tried a few colors. WOW! they really PoP! with the added color. I found that if you brayered lightly you cant get a negative look, Very cool!


This card  was inspired by Week #11 - 'Polka Dot Tea Party' 
Check out this picture Kim posted, It's one fun pic!
Happy Krafting, Shaz

p.s. I {heart} comments!
Recipe:
Tools: paper Trimmer, EK Success, 1⅜ circle punch. EK Success, brayer
Paper:  tangerine tango, pretty in pink Card stock, SU! 5 ½" precut card, Joanne fabric.
Stamps:You're Dandy,  Practicing Creativity.
Embellishments: brown ½ pearls, doily,found. brown grosgrain ribbon with pink stitch, Wal-mart.
Colors: Basic Brown, SU!

8 comments:

Debbie said...

Soooooo clever! I've never thought to cut out punched circles on a paper doilie! Thanks for sharing with us in the Tea Room this week :)

Kim Wilson said...

Thanks for playing, try to get as close to the colors as you can next time ok :) good luck!

Jean said...

What a great idea! Love your card. If you enjoy participating in challenges, drop by www.justscraps.ca and check us out. We post a new challenge every Sunday and would love to have you play along!

Audrey Pettit said...

What a creative and fun use for a doily. This is wonderful! thanks for playing along with us at TSTR.

Keely Yowler said...

Fabulous creations! Please join me at Whimsical Ink Sorority for Verona’s Saturday Challenge. I host a weekly stamping challenge with great prizes. We would love to see you there!
http://whimsicalinksorority.blogspot.com/

Betty aka ZacksNana said...

Shazw, very interesting and quite pretty!
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Cath said...

Hey Shaz! What a unique approach to this week's Tuesday Trigger in the Moxie Fab World! Thanks so much for playing along! :)

Courtney Baker said...

So cute girl! Thanks for adding it to the PCD gallery!