I was inspired by the colour palette and the nature elements in our February Moodboard.
This picture reminds me on campfires on the beach in our holidays.
The little sheltie dog on my photo is our sunshine ‘Filou’ on a beach walk.
Suitable to our February Moodboard I choose a neutral beige monochrome paper
from Maja Design as background.
I love the awesome collection on beautiful shells and in connection with the Drift Wood
and Grass cluster a small beach still life was born. I added also some die cut elements, fabric leftovers, sequins and a little starfish.
The lettering was firstly coloured with a blue acrylic paint and after drying I used a dry flat brush with white gesso
interesting subtle effects can be gained from embossing
your chipboard before you paint it.
I used an embossing folder from Sizzix and my Cuttlebug roller machine, then I coloured the shell with silver acrylic paint.
I used very often the Dry brushing technique, so you can give your new chipboards a wheathered look which is always suitable for a nature or vintage look.
the Drift Wood shapes were primed with a grey chalky paint and then overbrushed with white gesso
to add some dimension on the inflorescences I used some Mini Art Stones
Dusty Attic used Chipboard
Mini captions #11
Many thanks for your visit
and I hope I could inspire you to create your very own, amazing idea.
Well friends, your awesome projects are meant to be shared here.
We are looking forward to see your new creations!