Hello Dusty FANattics!
Nicole here! This month for my first DT reveal, I wanted to do something different and go back to basics. Since most scrap bookers, myself included, now delve in lots of mixed media and love to create complex, multi-layered and embellishment-filled layouts, I wanted to show how Dusty Attic chipboard can also look awesome on simple old school yet modern looking pages.
I created a double-page layout which I used to do all the time when I started scrapbooking 15 years ago. Although few and far between, I still love to create double pages, especially for my friends for their kids’ albums. I was inspired by sketch 21, designed by our one and only Jen Hedger.
I kept my design fairly simple, with straight lines, bold and bright patterns and very little mixed media. I felt this style also went well with the fun theme.
On the title, I created an dual effect with 2 different shades of blue embossing powder.
I love all the fishing themed chipboard from the 2018 collection and was looking forward to using them on a project. The Fishing Rod, Floats and Lures set is absolutely fabulous!
There are 2 must-have sets of Skeleton Fish, regular and mini. I used one of each!
I slipped a few pieces of Broken Mesh behind my Hooks and Lures as it made me think of a fishing net. The red circle shapes are from the Door Knockers #1 line.
The star of my layout is my friend’s son Tristan learning to fish with his grandfather.
Now, here is the list of the Dusty Attic chipboard I used.
Fishing Rod, Floats & Lures – DA2171
Fishing Hooks & Lures – DA2170
Door Knockers #1 – DA2152
Skeleton Fish – DA2189
Skeleton Fish Mini – DA2190
Broken Mesh – DA1956
Summer Fun – DA1846
Mini Tabs #2 – DA1463
I really hope that you have enjoyed seeing something different today!
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I’ll be back a bit later this week with my mood board inspired project!