I enjoy making them because they are more personal than the background papers you can buy and no-one else will have the same design.
Sometimes if I make one that I would like to use for several projects, I scan it and keep the original so that I can use it again.
I will be uploading some of my favourite Masterboards here with ideas of how to use them and info on how they were created.
I normally use A3 paper or card because it gives me more to work with but it could be any size.
Here are a few more ideas I've used recently:
A card I made from the Masterboard above.
Fun With Masterboards and Picasa 3.
This is the original using distress inks through a stencil.
And playtime with Picasa to alter the colours.
Changing colours with Picasa .
Christmas is coming so here are some festive Masterboards:
Masterboards made using tissue paper placed onto damp paper or card so that the colour bleeds into it.
I then stamped onto this one using Paper Artsy stamps.
And here is what I made with them:
Masterboard from my friend Gloria.
Here's what I made.
Artist Trading Cards
Sent a similar Masterboard to my friend Gloria.
Here is what she made.
And I made this.
Graphic 45 stamps.
- Distress Ink and text stamp.
- Gelli Print.
- Butterfly Masterboard.
- Indigo Blu stamps.
- Bird design.
- Steampunk stamps by Sam Poole
- Gothic Style.
Sample using Stampotique stamps.
- Steampunk Masterboard.
- Chocolate Baroque stamps.
Back soon with more ideas,