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September 2019

Welcome to September 
We had our amazing Antonis Tzanidakis here for an awesome weekend of  creating and learning new techniques. Everyone had such a great experience with lots of laughs and banter of course! 


Thank you Jen “the boss” Hedger for another great weekend, next one is this month at the Dusty Attic Retreat, so close and so much fun. 
There is a common rule though 
“what happens at retreat, stays at retreat” 
On to the winners of the 
August Mood Board challenge 
BOTH these ladies have won a $50 credit to the spend at the 


and
Why not enter this months challenge for your chance to win ? 
To show us the first of our talented Design Team member inspiration is our amazing 

RACHELLE SIGURDSON


Hello, today I would like to share with you a LO I did using Dusty Attic’s beautiful Mood Board for September and of course lots of their beautiful chipboard pieces…..



With a chance of the prize, all you have to do is link your entry to the right hand side of the blog with your name and country for your chance to win one of two $50 vouchers, you can use the mood board to sway your creation, the only “rule” is that there is Dusty Attic Chipboard on your entry…….
The Dusty Attic used: https://www.dustyattic.com.au/
Ornate Frame #6
Ornate Frame #6
Swirly Frame
Swirly Frame
Winged Frame Set
Winged Frame Set
Decorative Frame #4 Small
Decorate Frame #6
Music 
Music
Frangipanis
Frangipanis
Spring Blooms #3
Spring Blooms #3
Swirly Vine #2
Swirly Vine #2
Boho Feathers
Boho Feathers
Mini Captions #11
Mini Captions #11
The 49 and Market used:https://www.49andmarket.com/
Stamps-Gabrille Pollacco Designs
Gabi Grunge Textures
Grunge Textures
Gabi's Crackle Texture Stamp Set GP 4642
Crackle Texture

Other Elements used:White Card Stock, Clear Gesso, Clear Crackle Paint, TH Alcohol Ink-Stonewashed, & Raisin, Rubbing Alcohol, VersaColor-Neptune, Lindy’s Stamp Gang Embossing Powder-Silver Moon Sapphire, Prima Color Bloom-Pressed Petal, Ranger Perfect Pearls-Blue Smoke,Prima Waxes:Indian Pink, Heather Hills, Beads…..Here are some close ups…..
I primed the cardstock & chipboard with clear gesso, then applied the clear crackle paint and stamped the background and some of the pieces of chipboard with the Versa Mark, then heat embossed all of the stamped areas for texture. The next step was to play with the inks & waxes listed above trying to achieve the muted colors in the Hydrangeas……Here are a few more close ups…..











Thank you so much for taking the time to look & I am looking forward to see what you come up with this months challenge………Rachelle

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