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Never have too much happy – Patricia Basson

 One of the newly released designs from Dusy Attic is a lovely sheet with different size Tags on…When I saw them I knew they were going to be my first choice to use this month.



I used the largest of the Tags as my base. I covered it with paper from the Serendipitous collection by 49 and Market – After the Rain. Also cut a smaller tag to layer with. Seeing as I really love distressing my Chipboards, I dipped the edges of the Tag into some water and separated and curled the corners…Distressing Heaven for me…! Also added some Gilding Flakes to the edges to add some elegance to the Tag.


I embossed the Squiggly Frame and Brick Broken Bits with Perissa Embossing powder from WOW.







The window part of the Juliette Balcony #4 was treated with several colors of Rust Pastes. The Balcony part also got some Brown Rust paste and then embossed with aged Copper Enamel from Stampendous and Lindy’s Lapis Lazuli Blue Gold. I colored a piece of acetate with Pesto and Stonewashed Alcohol Inks and placed it behind the window.





The Mini Foliage leaves were foiled in gold, also used a few leaves and flowers from the 49 and Marker Cut out sheet. A little gauze colored with 13Arts Navy Blue Ink and heat distressed netting was also added between my elements.






I hope this project has inspired you to go and visit our awesomely stocked Dusty Attic online shop to view all the amazing new Designs added recently…





Thank you for your visit today….

Smiling is infectious,
You can catch it like the flu.
Someone smiled at me today,
And I started smiling too.
~Author unknown~

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