Friday, 14 November 2014

Masterboard Christmas Card Ideas.

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

And high to all my  blogging friends,  Angela here to show you a few more of this week's Masterboard Christmas cards.
Hope you like them.

  • For the first one I have used the tree stamp to decorate the edge of the card blank, in red with distress ink.
  • A small section of the Masterboard was mounted onto red card and layered onto gold Mirri board. The star brads were added and a small section of, On the Edge, 'Snow Flurries' across the middle, gold stickles completes the topper.
  • I had some printed acetate which was cut to the size of the card.The acetate was attached with double sided tape and the topper covers this when attached in the same way.

 
This close-up shows the detail of the card.

 
The second card uses a larger section of the Masterboard onto red card, mounted on the gold with acetate attached with the small star brads and then glued to the card blank.
You may be able to see that I have also applied red ink around the edge of the card blank softening the white card.


This close-up shows the detail more clearly.

 
Hope you enjoyed looking and found these useful inspiration.
 
 
Happy crafting,
 
Angela x


4 comments:

  1. So beautiful with those gold snowflakes!!!
    Have made enough for all on your list yet?heehee Just saying if you have an extra, I be happy to receive it! teeheehee Beautiful Angela! xo

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  2. Both cards are beautiful Angela, I love the acetate one especially - you really do make the most beautiful master boards too! Hugs, Anne xx

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  3. Two fabulous Christmas cards Angela, lovely colours and great designs.
    enjoy your weekend.
    pam

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  4. Two more gorgeous Christmas cards Angela! You are on a Holiday roll! Love the background with the crackle, gorgeous! I didn't see the name or company of that tree stamp, would like to get my hands on that one if you don't mind sharing. hugs :)

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