One of the projects we made using some Brayering Techniques at my Luv 2 Stamp Group downline meeting on Saturday was this card:
I masked the bottom portion and then the top 2/3 was brayered first with So Saffron, then More Mustard then Really Rust. Each color is brayered a little less and less so that the Rust is just on the top 1" or so. Then, with the mask still at the horizon line, I sponged a little Rust ink right at the horizon.
After brayering (braying?) the top 2/3 with So Saffron, that's when I put the circle mask down (punch a post-it with one of our circle punches). Then the other 2 colors were brayered.
I tore a mask for the hills, and sponged with Close to Cocoa.
Then I masked the top/sky portion and brayered the bottom with Baja Breeze and then Not Quite Navy.
Last step was to highlight with the White Gel Pen:
Imaging the sun coming from the right, I highlighted the right side of the tips of the grass blades (the stamp is Inspired by Nature stamped in Basic Gray).
I also added white streaks to the water.
My downline attending the meeting or requesting a long distance packet received the 5 page step by step tutorial from me. I hope the above info is helpful to everyone else. You can also check out all of the wonderful brayered projects by Michelle HERE. This is where I learned most of the brayering techniques I shared with my team on Saturday.