Have you seen the amazing 49 and Market new ranges? Well Guess What ??? They are available to purchase on the Dusty Attic Online store . Along with all the chipboard designs, stencils and other products in the retreat store remember we offer AFTERPAY as a payment option so you can shop and pay in four equal fortnightly repayments.
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This months gorgeous Mood board has amazing “Fall” tones, (even though it is Spring here in Australia) of greens, browns and oranges.
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Hello everyone, today I am sharing my take on the Dusty Attic Moodboard challenge for the month of October. I couldn’t go past this gorgeous photo of my beautiful grand daughter who even has daisies on her little jumper that match the board perfectly.
I have used Maja Designs papers and started with monochrome Sienna, cutting a portion from the middle of the paper to use for the circle and using the darker shade as my background border.
I have then trimmed the patterned “Don’t worry” paper to 11.5 x 11.5 and machine sewn around the edges.
Next I have gathered some 49 and Market ephemera pieces like the doily, view finder, tags and frame from the Vintage Artistry Coral collection and added them underneath the circle composition which I have used foam tape under to give depth.
Next I started with my chipboard, painting the “happy” title, heraldry motif, large and small daisies all white. When dry I added the yellow middle to the daisies and Wink of Stella glitter to the title.
The botanic runner and botanic mix I have painted with green then sponged a darker green onto the edges/circles.
I have then adhered my photo down using foam tape behind that also. Adding the chipboard motif to the bottom and botanic runner to the top with a cute daisy in the middle.
Using Salmon flowers I have constructed a floral cluster element on the right hand side weaving botanical mix and daisies throughout.
To finish off my page I have added some epoxy love hearts and butterfly bauble.
Dusty Attic chipboard used
12×12 papers used