Wednesday, March 9, 2016

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.


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

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

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

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

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

  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!

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


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