Monday, 18 October 2021

Masterboard Monday - Use it or Lose it.

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

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


Yes I am back with my own stuff!

You may remember this from some time ago (here and here) but there's always that bit that's left over and you just can't throw it away so now's the time to use it up so here goes.


Snip a bit here and snip a bit there!


And before you know it half a card started!
I'm sure you've seen these recently, they are called Triple Point Cards or Crossover Point Card.
I made this using a 6" x 6" card blank.
There are lots of instructions for these on line if you're interested in making one though it's probably obvious from this photograph how it's done.


To complete this card I've added a die cut Poinsettia cut from the Masterboard, stamped sentiments, die cut snowflakes, some metallic cord and Stickles Glitter glue.


I attached some of the snowflakes inside the card so that they could be seen when the card is closed.

Hope you like this card as much as I enjoyed making it.
If you did you might want to pop back next Monday when I will be using this up too.
Same Altenew stamp but this time in red.
 

But that's for another day.

I would love to hear your comments.

Many thanks for stopping by and happy crafting,

Angela x

7 comments:

Mac Mable said...

Great 'snipping' and a very striking design Angela x. Amazing how you use every last bit Angela and todays card is stunning x. Have a crafty week my friend x.

Mrs A. said...

What a stunner you have created here. I love the card shape which is on my to do list and I love the poinsettia in blue. I really should be more adventurous in my colouring. Too wet and cold to be out in the summerhouse today so trying to catch up with blog land. hugs Mrs A.

Shoshi said...

Oh wow, Angela, that card is a total show-stopper! It's magnificent! I've been following Sam Calcott on YouTube quite a bit recently and she's been doing some similar ones - they really do make a statement!

Shoshi x

Win Dinn, Artist said...

Angela, that's a lovely card, and I really like that format. What a fine job, and now I'm looking forward to the next one, too!

Sue said...

You would think it would be obvious wouldn't you, but I chopped 2 cards up before I realised that it was a top folder - Doh! Your card is beautiful Angela, and this style lends itself to cards for everyone. Take care and have a fun week xx

Crafty Claire said...

I'm working backwards so I've come across this card second, but I really like the colours, even more than the red one. I've now done 50 Christmas cards of two designs. Just half a dozen for close family to go. I do it because it's fun...much cheaper to buy them! ;-) xx

Joy said...

Thanks for sharing! By looking I would have never figured it out from the finished card. Thanks for showing us how it is done! Joy

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