Breathe – Jen Burns

Hello everyone,
I just want to share with you a project that I have done using one of my old frames that I had in my scrap room and a product called Powertex.

I have always wanted to give it a go and at the Dusty Attic retreat in July I did a class and just adored it !
So I started with using all different types of fabric and ribbons and even part of a hessian coffee bag(thanks Michelle Rigg), then I added all of my Dusty Attic chipboard. The NEW Indian arrows are suddenly one of my favourites! You can order straight from the Dusty Attic website and retail customers that order over $75 get FREE SHIPPING and that is World Wide.
Dream Catcher #2

The word Breathe is from Word Pack #10
 Ivory Powertex
It looks all very flat and one dimensional to start with. 
But when you add Micro Beads, Golden flakes, Pearl drops and some Powder you can see all the textures and depth that was created.  

The extra feathers added to the dream catcher are from the mini feathers and feathers packs


Duty Attic cute little roses just add that little extra “prettiness” to the project

*** Remember its also competition time ***

To Celebrate our new range we are going to be running a competition on our FACE BOOK page to win this very pack (Open to all countries). All you have to do is like our Face Book Page, and share the competition on your own page to enter (Leave a comment on our post “shared”). 
We will be drawing a random winner in just Two weeks !
Friday the 21st August 2015
Link is here ……   https://www.facebook.com/dustyattic?ref=hl
You can see all of the Stencils and Texture Paste on the
and remember we have FREE postage to retail customers who order over $75 worth world wide
Thanks for calling by the blog, Happy Creating

3 thoughts on “Breathe – Jen Burns

  1. Unknown says:

    This is super stunning! I love the texture and dimension. All those gorgeous elements have come together in a breathtaking piece xx

  2. Jen,
    So amazing and gorgeous – lots of amazing textures and pieces – I love this!

  3. It's stunning! So many details! Lovely work!

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