|My IPhone Cover, cool or what!!|
So I spray my breyer with water and get out the kitchen roll, Mmmmm, Ok I get out a baby wipe scrub for a little while, Mmmmmmmmmmm OK I think I will just run it unnder the tap for about 10 minutes constantly adding soap to get the tiniest bit of paint off my brand new brayer just a teeny weeny bit at a time until I eventually just get it all soapy and scrape off the paint with my nail. My goodness if I had to do this every time I used my Gelli Plate it would completely putt me off getting it out. I did get it back to good condition in the end but tooooo much wasted crafting time. I could use the old method of elastic bands round the breyer but you would loose most of the play. So people are using breyers with Gelli Plates because??????????? Do you think there is a difference to these two breyers, I used the one on the left. They do look different?
There is always a solution, I think if I or when I do get a Gelli Plate I will be using a palate knife to spread the paint. The SplodgeAway Mat faired very well in this experiment. The end result, well I kind of needed to do it again because I now knew I wanted to fill the full piece of card but by the time I had cleaned off my breyer I couldn't be botthered.
I will give you some eye candy just because I think a blog is lost without it - hey check out my phone cover I love it!