Monday, 10 October 2016

Masterboard Monday.

Welcome all my new followers and hope you enjoy the journey.

I've actually been making Christmas Masterboards and hope to get started with Christmas cards too. So here we go!

Not a traditional Christmas colour so I hope you like it.

 
This is the stamp I used for this project.

 
I started by heat embossing using clear and white powder.
 
 
Then coloured this using distress inks.
 Stamped on it with the smaller stamp too.
 

 The Wreath was stamped twice using Archival ink onto the Masterboard and cut to fit the card blank. One piece was cut to fit over the centre to build up depth to the card.
 
I then mounted the sections adding a matching ribbon, layering the Masterboard pieces with coordinating plain card. Stamped the sentiment stamp and cut the card with a small Spellbinders tag die. I attached more ribbon to this and mounted it in the centre of the wreath.
I completed the card by adding some matching gems.
 
And the finished card.
 
 
 
I didn't want too much depth as many of my Christmas cards need to be posted.
 
 
Hope you like it.
All comments gratefully received.
 
Happy crafty week,
Angela x
 
I would like to enter this card in the following challenges:
The Divas That Cut.....Paper: October the time to Emboss.
Christmas Card Challenges: Challenge#44
Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra: For October.
 
 

16 comments:

  1. What a fab card, Angela! Isn't it hard to create a card with a bit of depth that doesn't cost a fortune to post?!! You've cracked this one.

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  2. Fabulous background and brilliant card, love the design and colours of this one Angela xxx

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  3. This is lovely, Angela. The masterboard is suitable for any season of the year! Gorgeous subtle colours.

    Shoshi

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  4. Gorgeous Angela!! Off to a great start!! xx

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  5. An really beautiful card Angela. I really enjoy seeing how your the masterboards develope. Barbxx

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  6. Hi Angela, thanks for your visit, and no worries - I was very late indeed with last week's WOYWW - real 11th hour stuff! So glad you liked my Zentangles and my ATC album for my samples. Those ATC pocket pages are awesome and a great way to display them because you can see the backs too. I got the pages on Ebay.

    Shoshi

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  7. Beautiful Angela, love the layering! Deb xo

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  8. Love this, looks gorgeous. And I love the heat embossing underneath. Thank you for entering our challenge. Greetings, Veerle DT - Addicted To Stamps

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  9. Hi Angela, beautiful how you've made your embossed background. The panels you've cut with the stamped image gave the card something extra I think.
    Thank you for joining the challenge at Addicted To Stamps Challengeblog.
    Greetings Miranda (dt-ATSC)

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  10. What an awesome background you have created for this card! I love the stamp that you used. Great texture and color. Thanks for joining the Craft-Dee BowZ October Challenge, "Anything goes and include a handmade bow".

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  11. Wow, what a beautiful card! I love that gorgeous wreath. Thanks for sharing at The Christmas Card Challenges!

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  12. So pretty! I love both of these masterboard card designs. This is something I've never tried. Thanks for the inspiration. Hugs, Autumn

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  13. Lovely card! :)
    Thanks for sharing over at Christmas Card Challenges!

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  14. Such a lovely card.

    So glad you joined us at Die Cut Divas for the embossing challenge this month.

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  15. So, so pretty in lovely colors! Thanks for joining us at CHNC Extra with this stunning card! :)

    ~Marie B -DT

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  16. Gorgeous! I love the background paper that you created sweetly. Thank you for joining at Addicted to Stamps challenge.
    Sai

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