Sunday, July 26, 2020

{O!heart...}

Hello everyone!

This super cute collection Little Moments is designed by Lady Pattern Paper.  Every single sheet of Little Moments is just stunning and perfect for all your baby and toddler photos.

This is my granddaughter Mila playing outside after the rain in December 2019.

Here is my layout.


I used white cardstock as the base for my layout. I fussy cut all the quotes from the B side of the Dream Big pattern paper that would be suitable for my layout. I used my Silhouette to cut the heart brackets, heart banner, foliage, flowers, clouds and the gumboots.

For this layout I cut strips form the B side of Oh! The Places, B side of Soft Blooms and B side of Snip-Snip and glued them to my base paper. I also used strips from the Basic Essentials Sassy Stars Pink Mary B.


The chippies are just stunning and I simply covered them with acrylic paint. 





I used the clouds stencil on the white clouds with a finger dauber and Distress Oxide in Peacock Feathers, outlined them with a white gel pen and rubbed them with Distress Stickles in Platinum.


I fussy cut all the quotes from the B side of the Dream Big pattern paper that would be suitable for my layout.


some close ups.



When everything was glued down I added splatters with diluted white gesso.

Thank you for visiting my blog.

Happy crafting!

Saturday, July 18, 2020

{a lifetime is not long enough to love you...}

Hello everyone!

Here is my layout inspired by the beautiful romantic July mood board.  Perfect for these wedding photos of my daughter and son-in-law. This was the day her fairy tale dreams turned into reality, a day filled with love and laughter.

Here is the mood board.


 and here is my layout.




This is how I treated the chippies.

The beautiful Corner Swirls and bits of the Heart Attack panel were heat embossed with embossing powder.



The mini branches and title were painted with acrylic paint. How true is this title.  If you really love someone, a lifetime is not enough enough to love that person.



some close ups.




These are the Dusty Attic chipboard pieces that I used.

 


To enter all you have to do is add your take on the mood board in the comments section of the Dusty FANattics page on Facebook.

Thank you for stopping by.  I hope you find some time to play along with this months mood board.
Stay safe and happy crafting.




Thursday, July 9, 2020

{Beautiful just the way you are...}

Hello everyone!

I am sharing my July design team layout with you using some beautiful Dusty Attic chippies and featuring the gorgeous 13@rts Unforgettable collection.

Here is my layout.




This is how I treated the chippies.

I covered the title and poppies with white gesso and then with Americana Acrylic paint in Melon, True Red and White to give an ombre effect.

The Wattle Blossoms were heat embossed with Iced Enamels in Ivory.



I painted the scalloped circles with dark grey acrylic paint and covered it with Heritage Kwik Crack and white acrylic paint and sprayed Lindy's Steel Shimmer. I then randomly stamped the scalloped circles.



Some close ups.





These are the Dusty Attic chipboard pieces that I used.


Thank you for visiting my blog.  Please visit the Dusty Attic online store for more amazing chipboard design.

Happy crafting!


Thursday, June 18, 2020

{Happy...}

Hello everyone!

Today I am sharing a layout inspired by the beautiful June mood board using some amazing chipboard pieces, lots of flowers and die cuts.

Here is the mood board.
This is the sketch I used designed by Debbie sanders.

and here is my layout.





This is how I treated the chippies.

I heat embossed the beautiful Fancy Frame set and Mini Titles
 with white embossing powder.


 

I painted the Polaroid frames with Americana Acrylic paint in Peaches 'n Cream and Blue Mist and embossed the edges of the frames with gold embossing powder.


 I painted the Flutterbies with Americana Acrylic paint in Blueberry and Blue Mist and then applied Art Alchemy Wax in Vintage Gold.


 I randomly applied coarse gesso the cogs.  Once dried I covered them with black gesso.  I then dabbed the cogs with Americana Acrylic paint in True Ochre and Sea Breeze and applied Art Alchemy Wax in Vintage Gold. I then dry brushed the cogs with white gesso.


The leaves were heat embossed with Lindy's embossing powder in Madonna Robe Blue Gold.


The heart arrows were just painted with Americana Acrylic paint in Blueberry.


Some close ups.




These are the Dusty Attic chipboard pieces that I used.





Thank you for visiting my blog today. I hope you find some time to play along with this mood board.
Happy crafting!

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