Thursday, April 28, 2016

My first Entry for Dusty Attic's Challenge

My first entry for Dusty Attic!  Wow such an amazing mood board for this month!
When I first glanced at the mood board I knew I wanted to create something dreamy and fairy tale.  

Here is my layout,  I used a bunch of supplies on this layout!  Of course Dusty Attic's chipboard~Flourish Frame set I bought about 2 years ago.  It was buried in with my papers,   so finally I found the perfect project for the chipboard!
I used lots of Prima flowers,  resin,  stencils, inks,  embossing powder,  stamping,  twine,  wood pieces,  dew drops,  sequins, brad,  pearls,  fringe trim,  white crackle,  diamond dust,  metal embellishment,  glitter,  glass bottle,  acrylic paint leaves  and of course Dusty Attic's Flourish Frame set.  I really love joining challenges,  so inspired by other crafters from around the world.

Below you will see close ups of my layout!

I love lots of texture!  

I cut Dusty Attic's chipboard and used embossing powder and acrylic paint for texture and color.





Here is a close up of the chipboard from Dusty Attic.







Another close up of Dusty Attic's chipboard piece.

I also used the punch out of the Flourish frame,  it was perfect for the backing of my photo.  I sprayed it with Color Shine and then applied glitter glass around the edges.






Here is the chipboard from Dusty Attic Flourish Frame set.
Thanks for stopping by.  


5 comments:

  1. so Beautiful love the colouring

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  2. Wow...amazing work with all the flowers and different elements!!! Thank you for playing along with us at the Dusty Attic this month...

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  3. A beautiful stunning piece of artwork! Love the layers. I have a question for you how do you store these layouts with squishing the beauty right out of them? I found when I made thicker ones they do some damage trying to store them in the plastic sleave. I often put mine in shadow boxes but can't put them all. I haven scraped for a LONG time but just kinda getting that bug. Your layout caught my eye.

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    1. Thank you Sherry!
      I cut the edges about an eighth of an inch on 2 sides and it helps it fit in the protective sleeve.

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