Monday, 28 July 2014

Masterboard Monday

A big welcome to all my new followers, hope you enjoy the journey.

Hi Blogbuddies been busy recently with yet more Masterboards and different ways to create the designs. 
This week I have been looking at texture for this Masterboard.
I started by ripping up some pieces of the Tim Holtz tissue paper then wrinkling and attaching it to an A3 piece of cartridge paper.
Next I added watered down acrylic paint through various stencils to add colour and some detail.

 
I completed it by stamping the watch images and some Gesso through a text stencil.
I did not want this coloured so left it white but rubbed over a little gilding wax and buffed it up and that's it really.
I shall be sending this off to Gloria and we shall see what she does with it in a few weeks time.



      This is the stamp used.
 
 

Hope you like this Masterboard design, I think I may well make more like this to use myself.
 
This does have lots of surface texture so it will be interesting to see how you can use it on different projects.
 
Back soon,
Angela x
 






5 comments:

  1. You did have me worried, I thought it was Monday already - lol. This is a really beautiful masterboard Angela, I love the wrinkles and the gorgeous colours. Looking forward to seeing what Gloria comes up with now! Anne xx

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  2. Well Angela, wonder what amazing project you will make with this..I have that stamp still unused ...
    pam x

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  3. HI Angela, love the colours and textures...a beautiful masterboard,Carole Z X

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  4. A lovely masterboard Angela love the stamps they are on my wishlist now.
    Becky x

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  5. Great masterboard Angela. It offers up so many possibilities for embellishing and further stamping. Jenny x

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