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  1. I am totally making one. Though it will be made of ink. And no stamps and things. Ah, I have some never used Prismacolor markers. Those will come in handy for a large area! Can I admit I was skeptical at first. I WAS. Well, let's see if I can do it. Hehe. Not looking forward the cutting. Maybe I will put lines on the back at the beginning.

    • Yeah, I think it's actually easier to cut if you do some light pencil lines in the beginning. The cutting can be painful no matter what, but at least that way, you're a little more prepared for it, if only in theory.

      I really hope you do make one! I can't wait to see!

  2. I'll give it a try too! I hope that you don't mind, I shared your blog and post on AFA. You can visit Envie Addicts Unite! if you would like to see the post.

  3. Thank you for this post! I have actually been doing this very thing recently, only I didn't know to call it a masterboard! (And my process is a bit different….) But now I am re-inspired to try some different things!

  4. Looks really cool Ann, love the spooky Halloween results! I always use up my leftover acrylics from whatever painting I'm working on by slopping them on a sheet of bristol board. It's an instant master board (new name for me). Or at least the start of one. I hate wasting paint!

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