Tuesday, 16 October 2018

SPOOKY HALLOWEEN - Belinda Spencer


Belinda here today to share a couple of spooky layouts for October using some wicked Halloween chipboard.

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I found some old Halloween paper in my stash to form the base of my layout and added a splash of colour using some purple acrylic paint. 

I layered on some purple glitter cardstock and more Halloween papers before adding the fabulous Web Flourishes. I kept them in their raw form to help them stand out against the busy background.

I covered the Bats with the same patterned paper as the background and added a border with a black journalling pen to define them.

How cool is that chipboard title?!! I coloured it with a purple glitter Posca Pen to co-ordinate with the glitter cardstock.

Dusty Attic products used:

'Something Wicked'

Anybody that knows me knows that I LOVE horror movies, books and ZOMBIES! The scarier the better. The Walking Dead is my absolute favourite tv series. So I LOVE this photo of my daughter standing in front of a zombie board at the Royal Show. I especially love that it gives me a reason to use my zombie stamps

I had this old patterned paper in my stash with cobwebs all over it. Perfect for using with the awesome Spider Web chipboard.

I coloured the title with my trusty white Posca Pen to make it stand out from the dark layout.

I covered the Bats with patterned paper and used a silver paint pen on the Mini Stars.

I heat set the Spider Web with some gorgeous Aged Silver Embossing Powder. I love the chunky look of this embossing powder. It gives a lovely vintage finish that is not to shiny.

Dusty Attic products used:

Monday, 15 October 2018

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Sunday, 14 October 2018

Nature - Valerie Ouellet

Hi everyone 
I'm back today to share with you another layout with the fabulous Dusty Attic stencil and chipboard. 

Hi everyone! 

I used "Leaves" stencil to create my background with 3d Gel medium and Lindy's spray ink. I drew some leaves here and there with an archival pen.

 I added some plain "wood slices" and the small clock from the set "Winged Keys" to add a natural look. 

I embossed "Industrial Borders #1" with Lindy's embossing powder and added a touch of Dusty Attic acrylic paint.

Materials used:

-Cuts2luv flairs
-Lindy's stamp gang embossing powder ans spray ink
-Les créations Edith Cloutier die-cut