Native American Brayered Card

Native American Brayered Card

Can You Guess How I Made This Card?

This is one of several cards that I made for the “Brayer Techniques” eArticle that will be posted on VSN’s website tomorrow. Can you guess exactly how I made this card? The first person who guesses correctly before the eArticle is posted will receive a copy of the “Choosing Color for Stamped Cards” eArticle. (I’ll email you a download link.) Leave a comment here on the blog with your guess if you would like to be included. (Note: Don’t worry if your comment doesn’t immediately appear. There is a little bit of a lag between when you post and when you see it.)  ~ Nancie

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Nancie Waterman

Nancie Waterman created and self published Vamp Stamp News magazine for nearly twenty years. These days, Nancie creates and posts monthly eArticles on stamping topics on the Vamp Stamp News website (

10 thoughts on “Native American Brayered Card”

  1. I’m guessing you used a stencil and brayered ink over it….if I happen to guess correctly, I do NOT want the download as I already purchased it…great article Nancie!

  2. Just guessing. You brayered the paper,then used an embossing folder to add the design. Next sandpapered the design off, and then just taking a cutting intrument of some sort like a craft knife you cut portions of the design out so that the black would show through when you layered it over it.

  3. I am guessing you brayered the red onto white card stock, then used a stencil and a white gel pen for the white outlines. Cut the corners and some of the side pieces out so that when layered onto the black it would show, and stamped the Indian in the corner? I would also guess that the saying is computer generated?

    1. Triffany, Another good guess but nope, that isn’t it either. (Although the text is computer generated and the man in the corner is a stamp from Gitche Gumee Graphics. : ) Nancie

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