The idea is to create a background to use for your projects. A nice background for a handmade greeting card or to use in your art journal. Think of more ideas:=)
I used Gina K. Pure luxury card stock, which measures 8,5 x 11 inches. I used my Tim Holtz ink blending tool. For inking I used several Stampin' Up and Close to my Heart ink pads; you can see the colors in the background. I used quite a lot rubber stamps. These were stamped with Memento black ink. Then I cut the 8,5 x 11 inches card stock in four equal pieces with my Your Story paper cutter. I ended up with four different pieces of master board. Very nice and unique, since every piece is very different.
I like this idea and I wondered how it would work out with alcohol inks. I know that glossy paper is used for these inks, but I don't have any of it. So I took photo paper, which is also glossy. I took care while trying this out and I ended up with nice pieces of master board. In a next post I will load up a handmade card crated with a piece of this master board out of photo paper using alcohol inks from Tim Holtz.
One this piece I created dots on the photo paper. I used Tim Holtz alcohol inks: Caramel, Stream and mixatives Silver.
Then I tried to create kind of stripes on the photo paper. On top of that I stamped another layer using the Rubbernecker rubber background stamp (French script) with distress ink (vintage photo). I will use these master board pieces for making cards.