I think everyone is saying
“WHAT, is it June already ? !!”
Below are a few photos of our amazing retreat that we held at Muresk Institute. Such a wonderful time spent with a great bunch of like minded ladies.
You do know “what happens at retreat, STAYS at retreat”, so I cant say too much !
Crazzeee wonderful amazing Women
(Note, the “Boss” in the right hand corner there!)
Where the “magic” happens – Our scrap area
We have some leftover kits from retreat and have now uploaded them to our website so be quick to get one of our new designer kits. As with all of our kits they come complete with colour step by step instructions and all the paper,
chipboard and embellishments. Please note that all of our scrapbooking kits are strictly limited quantities and for retail customers only. Buy them while stocks last! You can find all of our Designer kits
Here are a sneak peek of some of the new kits available.
The New Mood Board Challenge (where you could win one of two $50 credits to the Dusty Attic Website) inspiration is bought to us by
Hello, today I would like to share with you a LO I did using Dusty Attic’s Beautiful Mood Board for June…..
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:
Birds on a Branch
Mini Chicken Wire
Word Pack #11
Page Pebbles #3
Quoted Sentiments #1
Other Elements used: Clear Gesso, Clear Crackle Paint, Black & Brown Ink Pads, Prima Color Bloom-Precious Stone, LuminArt Silks-Iridescent Gold, Iridescent Copper, Olive Vine,Prima Wax-Vintage Silk, Pebbles Chalk, Prills, Micro Beads, Twine……
I primed the chipboard pieces with clear gesso, then painted some of the pieces with a thick coat of clear crackle paint. Once the crackle dried I painted the leaves with the olive vine & iridescent copper, for the blue tones I used the Prima precious stone,& for the brown I rubbed the chipboard pieces & corrugated card with the brown & black ink pads. I also glued prills onto the wildflower….
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 Mood Board Challenge……….Rachelle
We will be back tomorrow with May’s winners and also a round up of this months “Sketch of the Week” reveals