Τρίτη, 27 Δεκεμβρίου 2016

Photo folders plus some layouts for Dusty Attic

Hello crafty friends! 

Today I would like to show you my last creations for Dusty Attic... Dusty Attic was a dream come true for me ever since I started scrapping years back. I would have never thought that one day I would be part of this team! Jennifer and Jen you showed trust in me and for that I am forever grateful!!!!

On to my projects now!

For my last post, I created two photo folders. They hold lots of photos and they can be heavily decorated on the outside.  I used an ATC embossed in black EP as a frame for the hidden magnetic closure.


The title was also heat embossed with Lindy's EP. I used the Bedazzled stencil with Finnabair graphite paste for the cover.


The frame was decorated with various Finnabair art ingredients glued on the frame with Dusty Clear Varnish.

For the inside part of the photo folder, I wanted flat embellishments so I used a mini butterfly on top of a sticker and inked it in vintage pink.


The folder full opened




This is the secong photo folder, similar to the first. I used another ATC frame and the Creative Script stencil.


To give extra durability to the attached paper butterfly, I covered it with Clear Varnish and then sprinkled black fine glitter on top of it. ATC frame is heat embossed with black EP and the title is heat embossed with Lindy's EP. Glass glitter and microbeads were glued with Clear Varnish.

The inside pockets are better flat so I opted for some inking through the Butterflight stencil. 




Dusty Attic Products used


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"Capture this moment" layout

This is a boys grungy layout with my youngesgt son. My talented friend and fellow teammie Lisa Nazario-Gregory was super kind to photoshop his photo and now it looks industrial and unique! 




All Dusty Attic cogs are heat embossed with Lindy's Stamp Gang embossing powder. 



The title was painted with Dusty in Color Alabaster. After that it was given a coat of Dusty in Color Denim and then I immediately wipped it with a baby wipe so the darker color may stay only inside the letters. 







Dusty Attic products used

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I would love to show you some more projects created for other DT's using Dusty Attic chipboard.


"Sweet" layout 


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"Angelic" layout


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"Amazing moments" layout



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"Embrace change" layout


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"Drop every fear" layout


Corner swirl #2
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That is all from me. I hope I have inspired you over the past year to be creative and playfull with Dusty Attic products! Thank you for your support!!!

Love, 


Παρασκευή, 23 Δεκεμβρίου 2016

Amazing moments - layout for 49 and Market

Hello crafty friends and Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays! 

I would like to show you my latest creation for 49 and Market. I scrapped a photo that you have seen before if you follow my blog since the beginning. Its the wedding photo of my maternal grandparents. All paper and flowers are 49 and Market, all chippies are from Dustry Attic



Some close ups

I used three different embossing powders on this piece, all from Lindy's Stamp Gang. 


Amazing crackles with Dusty Crackle Varnish


Lindy's embossing powders again



And some teal foiling to spice up the layout




You can see more details and a full list of products at the 49 and Market blog here

Kissez, 


Κυριακή, 18 Δεκεμβρίου 2016

You and Me - Moodboard canvas for Dusty Attic

Hello my crafty friends! 

I'm here today to show you my interpretation of our Dusty Attic December moodboard. I decided to create a dark, mysterious, full of sublte texture canvas. Here's what I came up with. 




I applied a thick layer of texture paste directly on my canvas with a spatula and then I pressed an embossing folder on it to create debossed texture. 




I used Dusty in Color Soot, Alabaster and Cloud to paint my canvas. 


 Layers and layers of Dusty in Colour, Finnabair Clear Crackle Paste and Graphite Paste. 



I painted the "Hear Flourish" with Dusty in Colour Soot and then gave it a coat of Dusty Clear Crackle Varnish. 


The "you and me" title was painted with various Lindy's Stamp Gang mists. 


Our luxurious moodboard 



I hope I have inspired you to get messy with colours and play with Dusty chipboard! We are waiting you to join in the fun of our December moodboard to win a fabulous prize! 

xoxo