Great Day – Michelle Van Oudtshoorn

Hello lovelies!
I am back with another project using gorgeous Dusty Attic chipboard. This time I have gone with a very masculine layout – and I was really pleased about how the chipboard turned out. I love that one can use so many different products on chipboard and it just looks amazing! Here is my layout …..

My gorgeous son – one of the rare opportunities that I get to take a photo of him. Here we were away on a family weekend away and met up with a German tourist who was touring through New Zealand on his bike. So of course boys being boys with their toys – my son just had to have a moment on the bike!

And perfect Dusty Attic cog chippies that enhance any male layout!

I have a paint set that actually give this perfect rusty look and it also has the texture of rust. The chippies look amazing!

I have used Graphic 45 A Proper Gentleman paper range to create this layout. The scientific MacMillan publication paper and the clock comes from the 49 and Market Vintage Remnants Laser Cut sheet no 1, and the rest of the papers from Graphic 45.

I have layered the papers, photos and chipboard between foam tape

For the frame of the clock I have used the negative piece of chipboard between the circular chains

I really love how this chipboard looks rusted

These are the products that I have used available at Dusty Attic


Michelle Van Oudtshoorn