I am here again to show you a Masterboard that I have been working on.
This time I am making one of my favourite projects, ATCs and these are for the annual swap at The Stamping Ground.
ATCs were one of the first things that I made with Masterboards in fact I probably started producing Masterboards because I was making the ATCs and they just developed from there.
I like using a Masterboard when making ATCs because I find them helpful as I often want to make several similar cards.
Although there are no hard and fast rules, ATCs are normally made as a One Off, Edition or Series.
- A One off I believe speaks for itself.
- An Edition are a group of cards which are almost identical and are normally numbered.
- And a Series which look different but have the same theme and again are numbered.
For this project I am making an Edition.
This is the Masterboard:
Made this on A3 card.
After applying the colour I stamped on it with a text stamp.
I also stamped onto white card as I wanted to create some pieces which would be used to layer up the ATCs.
I added colour to these using my Chameleon pens and Ranger glazes.
I edged the ATCs with black ink and heat embossed this and then add the toppers.
These are what I've made so far.
Hope you like them.
They would make great toppers for cards too but that's for another day.
Thanks for stopping by and happy crafting.