2015 Topic 22: MasterboardsHi there everyone, Liz here to share with you my winter masterboard. I have used paint, stencils and stamps to create a background to use as a base for a piece of Christmas home decor and some cards. In a very ditsy moment I forgot to photo the final masterboard ( please forgive me ) but I will show you a photo to show it after I started cutting it up!
I used an A3 piece of card and painted the whole piece using Sage. Once this was dry I started decorating it with Eggplant. I used a screwed up wet wipe, picked up a little paint , as wiped the paint over the card in a swirling motion. Some places have a very light amount of paint on them and some a lot more. I left some places where the base coat shone through. Using a clean wet wipe I applied some Bora Bora in the same way. Try to keep the placement of the colours random. Again using clean wet wipes I added Honeydew and then Nougat. This added some lighter colours and also a little warmth to the background .
I then used a stencil with words on it to add some random words all over the card. I used Space Cadet .Using a stencil of bare trees and a mix of Space Cadet and Purple Rain l added trees to the left and near the right of the card. I have extended the trees all the way up the card by drying the first area of paint and then moving the stencil so that the tree trunks match up with the top of the first stencilled areas .
I wanted to add a little dimension to the masterboard so I stencilled Grunge Paste through a snowflake stencil. Grunge Paste is not a bright white colour so l added some Snowflake paint and a tiny amount of Bora Bora to the paste and mixed it thoroughly before using it. At this point I had a very ditsy moment because I cut out a shape from the masterboard and started stamping on it before photographing it to show the finished masterboard ... Oops! Any way this picture will give you an idea of the finished product!
To create this Winter picture I painted a square frame with Bora Bora before sticking the masterboard to it. I then cut carefully around the frame to remove the excess. Using Black Archival Ink I stamped some trees and the curly garland from JOFY40.
I painted a piece of card to fit the aperture of the frame with a mix of Space Cadet and Purple Rain. I then stamped the same trees onto the frame and insert and embossed them with opaque white embossing powder. The star is from JOFY39 . I stamped the scarecrow snowman also from JOFY39 four times onto white card, painted him and then cut him out.
I used two images for each scarecrow and decoupled the head and scarf over the main image using dimensional glue. The scarf and hat were painted using Hyde Park and South Pacific. The little birds were made by stamping and embossing in white the bird from ECL02 onto scraps of the masterboard before cutting them out.
Great stenciling effect to create a gorgeous wintery background Liz. The colours also lend themselves nicely and the embossed detailing adds the perfect finishing touch. Thank you for sharing your masterboard creativity with us. ~Gillian
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