Sunday, August 20, 2023

Weekend - Dusty Attic Design Team

 Good morning

Today I've done another layout for you, it's a bit busy, but love how the chipboard jumps off the page.

I started with this seaside range from Art Alchemy and fussy cut all the elements I wanted and placed them on my page. I added some white cardstock and corrugated board to some dimension and texture.

Tucked in subtly is the Juliette Balcony #2 - -  it has been inked with white ink, but just 1 layer so that it stayed this greyish colour from the chipboard coming through.

I then used some more of the leaves from Leafy Frame Set #3 -

For these I've coloured with my Prisma Colour pencils and added some scribble lines around the edges with a brown Crayola Texta.

To finish it off, and to try and soften it, I added some flowers, gauze, and art stones.

All of the chipboard pieces can be found on the Dusty Attic website -


Friday, August 4, 2023

Simple and Perfect

 Good morning all

I've gone back to a scrapbook page and kept it "Simple and Perfect" - although if I'm honest not what I had in mind when I started the page.

I've used papers from Art Alchemy, I loved the earthy natural tones of these papers. I've attached the papers to the base page and used Light and Fluffy (texture paste) and the Script Stencil to one layer of the papers subtle layer.

I've then added a 5"x7" photo that I've lightly sanded the edges of the photo.

Chipboard DA1143 Wildflower #3 - I've very simply used good old Crayola textas to colour in the different parts of the chipboard with white gel pen and glitter for the buds.

I have then finished off the page by adding some flowers and some fussy cut butterflies and fussy cut flowers.

The title, DA3339 Simple and Perfect, again I've used my Crayola textas and some glossy accents to decorate.

All chipboard and stencils can be purchased on the Dusty Attic website -

Thank you again


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