Monday, 13 October 2014

Masterboard Monday.

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

Hi Blogbuddies  so much for five Christmas cards a week Lol!

Anyway I have made some more Christmas Masterboards and intend making some quick cards with these to make up for getting behind so here is the first of those.

Hope you like it.

This Masterboard was originally a sheet of A3 cartridge paper that I cleaned my craft mat with and you can probably see the blobs in the background.
I call this my Snow Storm design because that's what it looks like (well to me anyway).
When I had finished it, I felt that it was a rather chaotic design but as I was already behind with my plan for making the Christmas cards I decided it would have to be okay Lol!

 
These are close-ups of sections of the design.


 
Decided to prepare some card blanks by stamping on them with snowflakes.

 
Die-cut and embossed some snowflakes.

 
With these, I produced the first Christmas card.
 
This card only used a small piece from the Masterboard as you can see, so lots more available for more cards which will follow during the week.
 

 
 
 
 
Hope you enjoy looking and find the ideas useful.
 
Happy crafting,
Angela x

7 comments:

  1. A Snow Storm describes the background perfectly Angela, it has a wonderful cool feel to it and I love those drips! Your card is beautiful with that gorgeous die cut snowflake as the focal point - very, very beautiful... Anne xx

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  2. Hello Angela,
    The masterboard is gorgeous, and will make beautiful cards, as is the first one. I am looking forward to seeing what you design next.
    Smiles:)
    Sue

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  3. Hi Angela, beautiful Christmas card, love the design and colours..
    lovely to see you yesterday..
    pam

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  4. beautiful masterboard... Now I see how your gorgeous card was made :) xx

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  5. What a gorgeous masterboard Angela! And the cards you are creating from it are just stunning!!

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  6. Another fabulous masterboard Angela, lovely hues! Ruth x

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