Hey Dusty fans!
I’m back today to share with you a layout I created for the Dusty Attic blog featuring some of the awesome industrial chipboards and scrapping a photo from my son’s recent 21st.
So I’m not really much of a mixed media person.
I love to play but can’t say I am always happy with my results. Love everyone else’s work but not my own. For some reason I always come back to a clean white background. So here we are again with a clean white background to start with.
I think added a strip of corrugated card to my page and distressed it a little with some gesso and inks.
I then created a bit of a cluster with the industrial border and machine parts along with some extra cogs. I glued them together to make one big piece of chipboard that I could lay down the side of my page.
I then covered the whole piece with gesso and applied Prima patina pastes to create a weathered and rusty look.
Here are a couple of close up shots.
Underneath my pic I added some paper layers and also some of the barbed wire frames. I inked them in black and then added some hints of gold prima wax. I also tucked under some extra cogs.
I didn’t use a title tho I’m thinking now looking at it that it may need one. I chose to go with the wordplay chipboards. These are always my go to and I love the pop of black on the white cardstock.
Dusty Attic Products Used
Thanks so much for stopping by, take care and happy scrapping