Saturday, December 19, 2020

Dusty Attic Moodboard - December

Hello and welcome back to the blog!

Jo here and Im sharing with you my take on this months delicious moodboard.  Seriously another lovely moodboard.

And here is my layout

This was a challenge for me in that I don't usually use a dark patterned background but I fell in love with this paper collection from our friends at 49 and Market.

First a created a paper cluster for my photo and then tucked under the geo border wich is inked and heat embossed in gold.  I added a chipboard doily and the ornate birdcage.  Both of this I inked with Card Deco ink.

Here are a couple of close ups

We would love to see your take on our moodboard.  Don't forget to share your projects on our Facebook page.

Dusty Attic products used.

Until next time
Happy crafting


Sunday, December 13, 2020

Dusty Attic - Adventure

Hello crafters!

Can you believe we are now well and truly into December and staring down the end of another year?  And what a crazy ride this year has been.  Looking forward to a fresh start next year as we all get used to a new normal.

One thing for sure this year is that with staying home there has been lots of time to get my scrap on.  Today Im sharing a layout featuring two of my three men in my life.  Hubby an my youngest son.  Hubby was lucky enough that some restrictions had lifted and he was able to celebrate turning 50.

So to start my layout I grabbed a bunch of beautiful Dusty Attic Chipboard and created a big embellishment cluster.

I used the jumbo cogs along with the industrial border and some extra cogs and inked them.  I also add the diamonds broken bits to the back.  This then gave me a good guidline in the direction of how my page was going to go.

I added the brick stencil work to the background paper first and then added my photo and some extra die cuts.  Here are a couple of close ups.

Thanks so much for stopping by and I wish you and your loved ones a very happy and safe Christmas!