Monday, 13 August 2018

Masterboard Monday.

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

I am here today to show you a card made with this Masterboard:

Remember this?

 
Which I used to make this.

 
Still have some left after cutting off the sections needed to make this card.

 
 I felt it had a wintery look to it so after some dry embossing (Folder is Frozen by Disney) and the addition of some Distress Ink applied with a blending tool it became a winter scene.
I said I wouldn't be making Christmas cards yet but couldn't resist this.


 
I finished this off with some Tim Holtz die cuts and the tree is Tall Pine by Memory Box.

 
A few gems completed the card.
Just shows how a Masterboard can be transformed into something quite different.

 I would love to hear your comments.
 
Many thanks for stopping by and happy crafting,
 
Angela x

6 comments:

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

Morning Angela, there is definitely a winter vibe going on with that masterboard. Love the sentiment that goes with the first card, great shape too.
The second is as if that background was made for this card. Makes a fab Christmas scene.
Thanks for sharing, have a super week.
Hugs Tracey xx

Dotty Jo x said...

What a fabulous way to turn that gorgeous masterboard into beautiful cards! Jo x

Helen said...

a beautiful masterboard and a lovely end result.

pam said...

Beautiful cards Angela, love the background and fabulous designs.
Pam x

Win Dinn said...

Wow - loving what you've done with the wintry-looking masterboard. That first card is a knock-out!

Jackie PNeal said...

Beautiful and versatile background!
I love both of your cards!
Jackie xo

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