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The Dusty Attic started out with just producing chipboard pieces but have since developed their own paint, flowers, and some more art mediums.
I try to combine all of them on my Dusty Attic projects so you can get an idea of their gorgeous products.
For both of these cards, I used a thick mixed media card base which would hold mediums well.
I started by applying Tim Holtz tissue paper (Melagne) with gel medium roughly. I then applied gesso over it before adding some stamping and colour using The Dusty Attic Fine Silver and Lavender Blush paints, Gelatos, Ecoline water colours and some 7 Dots Studio 9th Wave collection papers and die cuts.
I applied some mesh and then some Dusty Attic flowers in Evening Blush, before applying my chipboard.
I treated this gorgeous Geometric Dusty Attic chipboard shape with some Gesso before applying Viva 3D Modelling paste with my fingertips over it.
For this card, I started by applying clear gesso to my 7 Dots 9th Wave paper, and then some colour with the Dusty Attic paints I used above, Gelatos and Ecoline water colour.
I covered the beautiful String Of Hearts chipboard piece with 3D Modelling Paste again.
I did the same for these Heart Arrows #1 shapes . I then added a touch of Silks purple paint on both the pieces.
Dusty Attic Materials for both cards
Geometric Corners (DA1030)
Heart Arrows #1 (DA1016)
String Of Hearts ( DA1017)
Dusty In Colour – Fine Silver ( DA0927)
Dusty in Colour – Lavender Blush ( DA0911)
Dusty In Bloom – Cornsilk (DA0806)
Dusty In Bloom – Evening Blush ( DA0808)
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