Some kind of Wonderful – Hetty Hall

Hey there Dusty Fans and welcome to my very first blog post as a Dusty Girl.
 I can’t begin to tell you how excited I am to be here, I feel like a very lucky girl. Thanks heaps Jennifer Hedger for inviting me on to your wonderful team, I will try my very best to do you proud.

Without further ado here is my layout. I used 6 different Dusty Attic Chipboard designs which you will find listed below.

Once I had picked a photo I wanted to scrap I began choosing my chipboard pieces. Of course I also used my favourite 49 and Market paper and flowers. 

I started with the gorgeous Floral Frame (in this instance I used the smaller one) and added some Rust effect paste in Grey. It has got some lovely texture to it which was the effect I was after. The same was done to the Wild grass but this time I used the Green-Grey for a bit of contrast. I then moved on to the broken Bricks to which I added a layer of black gesso and once dried I sanded it back slightly for a rougher look.  Last but not least just a bit of white gesso was painted onto the Mini Caption (title). I finished the frame and wild grass with a touch of yellow rust paste. I left the chipboard blooms in its original state and just added some pearls to the centre. I finished the layout of by adding a number of Wordpl@y Words, I have to say I have fallen in love with these, they are brilliant.

Dust Attic Chipboard Products used on this project:
Thanks so much for dropping in.

Until next time…


xo Hetty xo