Sunday, 24 January 2016

My Take On The Master Board Technique - Part Two

18 comments:

  1. A wonderful tutorial. Thank you so much

    And I made this: http://rosieskleinebastelwelt.blogspot.de/2016/01/silhouettes.html

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    1. Brilliant ... went and had a look .. Thank you for the link xxx

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  2. I've just finished watching Master Board parts 1 & 2. These are simply lovely and will definitely be on my 'to do' list. Thank you so much for sharing these techniques to produce something beautiful!

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    1. Have a go Helen... such fun to do xxx

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  3. I was already impressed when I watched the first video Eileen. This is such a wonderful upgrade to the masterboard technique. Hoping to get smothered with gesso and ink later today! Thank you so much for sharing - it's perfect for those that live too far away to attend your workshops are those of us (like me) who are more or less housebound Karen xx

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  4. Great videos. Great techniques. Love all the layering and the whole idea of the master-boards. Your delivery technique is so clear and informative, absolutely loved watching them both. Thank you so very much for the inspiration x

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  5. Fabulous video tutorial Eileen - thank you so much! So inspired that I had a go at my first masterboard, and am now just waiting for it to dry so that I can cut it up, make some cards and embellish - just need to find my white gel pen and get the ink off my fingers.... Susan x

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  6. Excellent videos, loved your clear explanations and especially the finished master board. I never would have thought of using the reverse of Centura Pearl!

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  7. Fabulous tutorial - can't waitti try it - thanks Eileen

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  8. Thanks so much for the tutorial Eileen, I've admired your work for quite a while now - Inspiring!

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  9. Lovely videos, Eileen; thank you for sharing your wonderful technique. You continue to inspire me. I'm always looking for techniques to use in my card classes and this one looks like a winner. I've used your inspiration before in my classes and tell the class that I got the idea from you. I've given them your blog and YouTube info because I find your explanations so helpful.

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  10. Thanks Eileen, for showing how you've created that beautiful card. LOVE your video's...

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  11. Wow Eileen this technique is just spectacular, and your tutorials are brilliant and so informative...thank you so much...I am going to have a go later today,,,,hugs...xx

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  12. Thanks for part two, your tutorials are packed with ideas & tips and are really clear to follow. Thanks for all your hard work its greatly appreciated. :-D

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  13. Wanted to pop back and say that I spent a great crafty, messy day yesterday following your video and doing my first master-board! I wanted to thank you for the inspiration, clear 'instructions' and for 'making' me have a go! I loved it so much that I can't cut it up!...so... will make another one and keep this one as my 'First' master-board. Thank you once again x

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  14. Wow, fabulous, got to try this, I just love it, thank you!

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  15. I have watched these two tutorials many times, allowing the different layering techniques to become instilled in my mind. I have made a few cards, however, currently I am making my own origami paper, using copy paper with these techniques. My origami projects have been a blast to do, and the little critters look so nice, since they have been done on such pretty paper. Thank you so very much for sharing how to use these different layering techniques, to make incredibly beautiful paper for projects.

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