Thursday 31 May 2018

Hugs by Kavitha

Hello crafty people ,

Today i would like to share my monthly inspiration using fabulous Dusty attic chipbords.
I used a sheet of 49 and market papers,created texture on the background
using fan stencil and paper texture paste.
I created the layers using papers,fussy cut flowers,laces etc.
All the chipboard pieces are treated with different  embossing powders
To add more texture and interest i added art stones in different sizes and splattered
some acrylic paint.
Products used:

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Wednesday 30 May 2018

Amour - Valerie Ouelett

Hi everyone!

Here is my layout inspired by the Dusty Attic moodboard this month. I was very inspired by the orange tone and the flower bouquets.

I used 2 tones of green to paint my chipboard leaves. I love the effect of paint on a chipboard.

The title is a piece from the new french words "Ensemble Amour".

"Foliage 8"

"Ensemble Amour"

I covered the industrial hearts with Prima Sand Paste and Lindy's spray ink to add a beautiful texture.

 "Industrial Hearts"

Materials used:

-Dusty Attic "Foliage 8"
-Dusty Attic "Ensemble Amour"

 -Dusty Attic  "Industrial Hearts"

 -Dusty Attic Dusty in Colour Forrest

-Dusty Attic Dusty in Colour Jungle Green

-Lindy's gang spray

-Cuts2luv flairs

-Les créations Edith Cloutier Stickers and Butterflies

Love this Memory - Gerry Van Gent

Hello Dusty Friends

Today I am sharing with you a layout inspired by Dusty Attic moodboard for the month of May. 
I just Love the fresh colours the moodboard offers. I mixed various of chipboard for my project.

On this photo my daughter is busy with crafting so adding that cute little scissors chipboard makes my title complete.


Most of the chipboard was painted in white in order to make it pop up.

I painted the Bubbles chipboard with Navajo White paint.

Then I used a pink marker to colour it in.

I used a green marker to colour the top part of the Industrial Globe.

To give some more texture I decided to add a paper doily on top
of the Fancy Frame chipboard.

I love the texture the Damask stencil gives to the background.



Thank you for visiting us today!

Happy Crafting!


Tuesday 29 May 2018

Smile - Farrel Tailor

Hello Everyone, I am back today to share with you all my take on this month's Dusty Attic mood board challenge. For my inspiration I decided to focus on the gold, yellow and orange tones for my layout.
May Mood board
And this is what I created....... For the paper I decided to use 7 Dot's Studio Cotton Candy range as the tones were perfect for the mood board.
FTailor May Moodboard
For the background I mixed 13arts Ayeeda Inks Yellow and Scarlet to create the orange. I also used Darkroom Door Texture Stamp Numbers with black archival ink.
I covered all my chipboard with white gesso and then painted over the Cog Cluster, Skeleton Clock Face small and Fancy Frames #2. I cut 2 sides from the Fancy Frames and adhered them to the photo along with a tab from Mini Tabs #6.
Dusty Attic Moodboard
I then covered the chippy with Prima Watercolor Confections Paints - Tropicals and inked around the edges using a black charcoal ink pad.
FTailor DustyAttic
For my corner cluster of chipboard I used half of the Skeleton Clock Face small and some cogs from the Cog Cluster. I then added my "memories" word from Wordpl@y #2.
To finish off the layout I used Mini Captions #11 (Love Your Smile). For this I painted white gesso, black gesso and Art Alchemy Paints - Metallique Ancient Coin. Then splattered all over the layout using the same paint.
FTailor May Moodboard
Thanks for dropping by and I hope I have inspired you to join us for this month's mood board challenge xx
Dusty Attic Products
Cog Cluster
Fancy Frames #2
Mini Captions #11
Mini Tabs #2 Black
Wordpl@y #2 Black
Skeleton Clock Face small

Gorgeous - Mary Catt

Hello everyone!

Mary here today, sharing with you my layout which was inspired by our gorgeous moodboard. 
I was inspired by the beautiful color palette, the
laces and the photos of the flowers and I used lots of them on my project and tried to give an elegant feeling.

Here are some detailed photos...

For my background, I used the ''Sunrise'' paper from the ''Dreamscapes'' 7dots Studio collection. I created texture by applying
modeling paste
through the ''Chicken Wire'' stencil and then, I added colour with the ''Bayou Boogie Gold'' and the ''Cape Cod Coral'' Lindy's Gang sprays.

I continued by painting the ''Swirly Vine #5'' and the ''Foliage #10'' chipboards with the Finnabair ''Golden Moss'' acrylic paint.  

 The chipboards from the ''Iron Accents #1'' and the ''Iron Garnish #2'' along with the title from the ''Hashtag Sayings #2'' set, were also painted with the Finnabair ''Fresh Orange'' acrylic paint.

To finish, I added art stones and some white glitter and made splatters with white acrylic ink.

Dusty attic products used:

 Thank you so much for stopping by.