Thursday, 10 April 2014

Masterboard Product Ideas.

Hi Blogmates  here to show you how I completed the Masterboard products for my friend Gloria.

Just a reminder, this was how I started.
The wooden bird box front was from the Range.

Gesso first and then paint the roof section with lilac paint.
Allow this to dry and add crackle glaze.

When the glaze is dry paint over with the next colour, in this case green and watch the magic happen.
And that's were I got to on the Wednesday post.

The next stage was to cut out the shapes from the Masterboard, including the tags needed to produce a tag note book.
I stamped the sentiment and vine onto the roof section.
When this was dry I sealed it with glue.

Here are close-ups of where we are so far.


We are ready now to add the embellishments.
The rabbits at the bottom are from Paperchase.
I painted the small wooden bead in green which is used to hold the hanging cord.
Gems were used to edge the roof section.
The bird die is from Memory Box.
Could not resist adding the kitty which was stamped onto black card and heat embossed, cut out and attached to the back of the hanging.
I used stickles glue to enhance the features.
And here is the final piece, a tag note book.
The small stamped bird box stamps are by docrafts and are called 'Home to Nest'.
There are also small bird stamps which I used to stamp onto the white pages.

I glazed the little bird boxes to make them stand out more and used Stickles glue to highlight other sections of the design.

And this is the back using the other Masterboard.

Hope you have enjoyed watching me put these together.
I will be back soon with more Masterboard ideas.
Thanks for visiting and happy crafting.
Angela x


  1. Great finished designs Angela, love the mix of techniques and seeing the changes to the bird box xx

  2. These are lovely, Angela. The colours are fab, and I love all things birdie! Have a great week, Chris # 35

  3. I have enjoyed it very much, the hanging is gorgeous with all that beautiful stamping and those little rabbits were such a lovely addition. Beautiful work, as always, Angela. Hugs, Anne xx

  4. So cool, these are gorgeous projects.


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