Bubbles in circles.
Bubbles in rectangles.
Bubbles in the moleskine.
Bubbles on a cover.
I went a little crazy with tiny bubble wrap. I just cut tiny bubble wrap into shapes and rolled Speedball water-based acrylic ink (the ink used for block printing) on the bubbles with a brayer, then stamped the shapes into the moleskine. I also decorated the outside of a hardback book I've been altering.
It started on a whim ~ seeing bubble wrap on the table and planning to paint with a brayer. Like the old commercial with peanut butter and chocolate. Learn more about the Bubbled Brayer Backgrounds project. I'm hearing good feedback on this project from all over the world, people making valentines day cards with hearts cut from bubble wrap, teachers doing the project with their art class. It's totally fun and so easy that you might find yourself stamping everything in sight!