Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Club Scrap March Technique: Masterboard

Welcome to another Club Scrap Technique Challenge.
This month Lilian has come up with a fun technique
called : Masterboard
and she even made a video tutorial about it
that you can find on the Club Scrap Blog.

As I am in the mood for Spring I created this
12 x12 inch page with some of my favourite
Club Scrap stamps from the past:

Here is how I created this page:
A blank page of 12 x 12 inch paper, a honeycomb stencil,
3 colors of ditress stain,some wooden stamps and 
some unmounted stamps.
First i colored the background with the stencil and 
the colors of the stains.

Next with a few colorsof ink I stamped randomly
over the paper like shown in the video tutorial.

I used the distress stain to color the flowers here
and there .

An the last touch is splashing some black soot distress stain
 over the page. Now the masterboardis ready tobe cut
and used to make cards.

Here aree the first two:

For the first two cards the paper is from the Woven Strands kit.
I made the first card with the sketch
Cutting up the masterboard was hard,
because I quite liked it (could also
have been used as a scrapbook page).

I also want to see how many cards I can get out of it!
Hope you come back this week and see more
of the cards theat I will be creating.

Now what to do with the piece of paper where the circle
was cut from? Well used it for another card with a 
stamp inside from the New Club Scrap kit from
March called Paris Fleamarket. You can see it HERE.
You might give this technique a try too and add your

Thanks you for looking.


Have a creative day!





7 comments:

Ink Stained Roni said...

Lovely Hetty! It's bright and cheerful and I LOVE those flowers!

Robin said...

I really like your masterboard and the cards you created with it. You did a wonderful job, and I love the inspiration you've given me.

KT Fit Kitty said...

Hello, Hetty! So sorry I haven't been around for the past week - I've been sick with a nasty flu. Still miserable but I finally did some crafting and I wanted to get caught up on your cards that I missed. These are beautiful! So creative! The backgrounds are so fun!

Lisa D said...

Awesome! You even used a stencil. Love the spring colors!

Daffodil Cards said...

Oh! you certainly had fun with these and wonderful results too, quite inspirational.

Lilian YF said...

Love the colors and the use of stencils! I'm so ready for spring! =)
Gorgeous!!!!

Rosemary Roca said...

Love the flowers.