Monday, 20 March 2017

Masterboard Monday.

Welcome to all my new followers, hope you enjoy the journey.

I am here today to show you a card made with one of my  Masterboard:

 
This was a large A3 sheet that I sprayed with mica inks and then cut into pieces. 
If you need a quick card then this technique will work brilliantly.
 
I decorated each piece that I used rather than the whole sheet but so what!
This is my Masterboard and I'll do it how I like Lol!
 
And the die cut embellishments I used are here.
 
 
And a few samples of how I played with these before making deciding how to complete the design.



It was difficult to decide which ones to use as I love them all.

 
 

So simple and quick, if you can make your mind up Lol!
Effective! But what do you think?


I have lots of pieces of card like this and I am sure you probably do too so get them out and have fun!
Now let's see how to complete this one!!!


I would love to hear your comments.
 
Many thanks for stopping by and happy crafting,
 
Angela x
 
The stamps are by: Woodware.
Dies by: Memory Box.
Mica Sprays.

7 comments:

  1. I know his feeling of trying to make up your mind lol, it plagues me, but love how you played with the diecuts to get a great design you were happy with. Have a wonderful crafty week. Xxx

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  2. oh, so glad it's not just me that dithers over finishing something off! I much prefer just making the backgrounds!! Great end results, though.

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  3. All gorgeous, Angela! I particularly like the torn top edge which really gives them style. It's a very pretty masterboard too - sometimes better not to have too much decoration on them because they would detract from any embellishments you might want to add. Love the die cuts.

    Shoshi

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  4. Hmm, making up my mind is never an easy task - lol. Love the effect of the mica sprays in the background and those die cuts are beautiful!! Gorgeous cards Angela! Anne xx

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    1. A lovely card Angela. It was good to see how you thought it through and I love both colourways. Barbxx

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  5. Thanks for your visit, Angela, and I'm glad you like my Infusions samples. I think it's a good idea to fix them esp. if you want to do layering. I haven't tried applying gel medium over them yet - after heat setting they may be stable enough. I think if you used PVA in a water spray it would just reactivate them again, so a spray adhesive would probably be better.

    Shoshi

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  6. Gorgeous! I love those flowers and am fond of that yellow piece especially! These are all grand! xo

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