Michelle here with my Dusty Attic project for June. Hope you are all well, and enjoying the weather in your part of the world. It is cold and wintery in New Zealand – perfect scrapbooking weather! Here is my layout featuring lots of gorgeous Dusty Attic products:
I have used a Stamperia Provence paper and matching cardstock for my layout. I have started by tearing and inking the edges of the white Stamperia paper. I then added clear gesso. Once this was dry I stenciled in some stars with texture paste using the Dusty Attic Starry Night stencil.
And then stamping with a dark grey archival ink in a circular shape around the page. The Dusty Attic Baroque frame is painted with Dusty Attic Sugar Plum paint, and a dusting of Prefect Pearls to give it a slight shimmer. I have done all the ivy leaves in white paint, and then added Creative Expressions Opal polish in lavender and green over this and then added some Stickles.
I have used the Ivy flourish as the base at the bottom of the Baroque frame and then cut ivy pieces from the Ivy Corners to expand the ivy leaf chipboard cluster.
Once done I have added an older range of 49 and Market flowers in clusters, including the key and dragonfly’s from the 49 and Market Archival Chipboard collection.
The Breathtaking title has been painted with Dusty Attic Lavender Blush and also dabbed with a little lavender Perfect Pearls.
The layout has been finished off with dotting some pearls on the layout.
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Here are the products I have used – click on the product code which take you to the online website: