Today I am up on the Dusty Attic blog with my take on the lovely June Moodboard.
I just love the calmness and the goldenness of this mood board, So calm and picturesque, so I have taken to using the golden features of the picture to create my layout.
I have started with using a 49 and Market paper from the Captured Adventure collection – using the page named Vagary. The page was primed with clear gesso, then stencilled with the moulding paste and the Dusty Attic Fishnet #2 stencil.
The page was then altered using various shades of perfect pearls, and then stamped with a script stamp. I then coloured my Dusty Attic drift wood chipboard with various shades of Luminarte pigment powders.
I have also used the same pigment powders on my flowers
I then layered the flowers and the driftwood chipboard in my cluster and adding in some laser cut shapes from the laser cut sheet from the Ethereal range.
The frame is the piece that holds the two frames of the Fleur de Lis Frame chipboard. And then finished off adding a gorgeous industrial dragonfly and then adding some prills.
Photo complements of Pexels.com
These are the Dusty Attic products I have used:
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