We want you to "make and use a masterboard" this time. A masterboard is a large, self made background piece designed to cut up and used in smaller projects. It can be created any mixed media way you can think of. With paints, inks, spray paints, stencils, stamps,....just to name a few.
Here's what I came up with:
I had some left overs from my last Gelli plate session lying around (you know: that kind of prints you are not really content with but cannot throw away either).
When I found that some of them matched the colour of a (previously emptied) chocolate box, an idea started to form in my head.
I got out my black archival ink, my new Red Lead crows stamp and some DecoArt Misters and created this masterboard:
See how well the chocolate box and the colours of the print go together? Hah - lucky me! ;)
I cut my masterboard to size and glued one of the strips to the inside of the box.
The other two strips were glued to the top and bottom of the box lid. For a finish I added some black and white washi tape here and there - done!
My team mates have created the most amazing masterboards (and projects from them) too - so make sure you hop over to the The Mirror Crack'd challenge blog and see for yourself!
Good luck with the challenge (I can't wait to see your masterboards and creations) and hugs and happy crafting,