We would like to start the New Year off by saying a massive thank you to our exiting 2019 DT members,
Cindy Wille, Farrel Tailor, Jenny Jacques, Joanne Bain, Kasia Salmanowicz, Michelle Carrick and Rosalie Duke-Stanley. These ladies have contributed to the Dusty family with gorgeous creations throughout the years and we will see them on the “Dusty FANattics” face book page I’m sure.
Introducing our amazing 2020 Team
Jen “the Boss” Hedger
Owner and Designer
Lots of our remaining Family members and some new ones who include
Plus our Brand Ambassadors
Antonis and Nadya
Something else to get EXCITED about is that Jennifer has Brand NEW 2020 PRODUCTS that will be released in the next few days and it is again nothing sort of amazing !
Our winners of the two $50AUD credits to the December Challenge will be announced tomorrow however let me dazzle you with the January Challenge that has massive amounts of inspiration from
Hello & Happy New Year Dusty Attic Fans….today I would like to share with you a LO I did totally inspired by all the colors & balloons in January’s Mood Board Challenge, so of course I used lots of color & 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…….
Skeleton Clock Face
Designer Disk-Chicken Wire
Mystic Frame #2
Hanging Sign #3
Decorative Scroll #1
Mini Blossoms #2
Mini ABC Upper
Mini ABC Lower
Mini Number Set
Dusty in Color-Cranberry
Dusty in Color-Sunshine
The 49 and Market used: Tattered Garden
Other Elements used: Clear Gesso, Clear Crackle Paint, Prima Wax, Old Denim, Indian Pink,Prima Paint-Mermaid Teal, Mermaid Sparkle & , Beads, Micro Beads….Here a few close ups of detail….
I dipped the flowers in water, then bent them with my fingers, let them dry then glued 2 pieces together, then painted them using the colors listed above and glued on beads or micro beads as the flower centers. I primed all of the chipboard with clear gesso, then applied clear crackle on tho some of the pieces, once the crackle dried I played with the colors listed above. My final step was to glue the pieces down creating chipboard layers….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