Tuesday, September 29, 2009

inchie masterboard technique




On the Gingersnap blog there is a turtorial for a really easy inchie masterboard technique.
Here's my version
I stamped A4 white card all over with stamps from PaperArtsy


I inked this in stripes with distress inks (which I spritsed with water to blend a little)


I cut the card into strips and then used an inchie punch to make the squares. To complete the card I added words, a starfish punched shape and some black raffia.

14 comments:

  1. Great card! Love your masterboard!!

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  2. This turned out great! I love the idea of spritzing the ink to blend it. I need to try that.

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  3. Great idea - I'll have a go -it may give me some new ideas for inchy challenge blog - this week's is Masks if you fancy having a go

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  4. Love love love this....tis FAB!

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  5. Turned out well. Nice to see how it looks with different images.

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  6. Gorgeous, Joanne!! What a wonderful take on this technique. I soooo have to try it, too!

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  7. Gorgeous! Love your inchie card! You were inspired, as was I ;-)

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  8. What a cool project! I love this idea and will have to play around with it next time I dig out my stamps. :)

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  9. this is cute imust add it to my 10 year plan (my latest thought on crafting. . .so much to do, so little time, just want to do it all.
    janet

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  10. this is cute imust add it to my 10 year plan (my latest thought on crafting. . .so much to do, so little time, just want to do it all.
    janet

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  11. Fab card Joanne. Love the colour combo. Always wondered what to do with inchies. lol

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