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March Masterboard

Today over at Club Scrap and on her blog, Lilian is sharing with us how to create a Masterboard. I can't even express how happy I was with the finished products.  Don't let the first few steps throw you, it looks like a giant mess. I did things a little different. I masked the Paris Flea Market images when stamping (I just don't like chaos) and I didn't really color in the images. I love the ash, black and a splash of pink colors that go with the kit.  You'll be seeing a lot of those little feathers with this collection.  I squealed with delight on how they go together!

Stamp images randomly on a sheet of paper. I used post it note masks so that images didn't overlap. 

Finished page. 

Cut sheet into panels for cards. I decided to flick black ink for interest.

I acutally used two panels for this card. If you notice the original sheet has a Paris collage image upside down. 
It was driving me nuts, so that's the second smaller panel. 




Club Scrap papers, stamps, tags, charm and ribbons. Recollections crochet embellishment.

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  1. Love these, Lisa! I love seeing your process.

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  2. Lisa, your Master Board is AMAZING!! love everything about it. Great job and the little crocheted embellishment is perfect!

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    1. It makes me want to do a collage swap again. :)

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  3. Lisa, Your cards are simply beautiful. What a great Master Board.

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  4. I love the background you created! This kit is def one of my favorites and I haven't even cut my UM's!

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  5. Oh my goodnes,Lisa, those are fantstic cards.Love the blackfeather accent
    and the banner is somuch fun too.
    I see you even did some crochet!

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  6. These cards are gorgeous!!!
    Pretty colors, pretty embellishments, everything pretty!!!

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