Precious Memories

This layout was created for the Graphic 45 and Faber Castell blog hop for the week of July 27th. Be sure to visit each blog to see a myriad of gorgeous projects. There is a link to each site in my post.

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Christmas in July

I am happy to share my first project using Graphic 45's new Christmas collection titled "A Christmas Carol." To see more, please click the "read more" button.

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Altered Book

If you love lots of layers you will love this project! I used several Graphic 45 paper collections to create an altered book. To take a closer look click on the “read more” tab below. Thanks for stopping by.

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"Beautiful Summer Cards"

Join me as I share beautiful cards created using 2Crafty Chipboard designs. These light and airy card designs are perfect for all occasions. Just click the "read more" button to see each of the card designs.

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Rare Oddities - Graphic 45

Stay tuned as Graphic 45 begins to release some amazing collections. One of their recent releases is "Rare Oddities" which is their Halloween collection. The colors are amazing and the images will make your projects spooktacular!

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Sent from Heaven

Join me as I share my first design project for Prima! I used the new Julie Nutting baby stamp collection to create a sweet card to welcome baby. To see more click on the "read more" button below.

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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Love *The Dusty Attic*

  

Hello everyone! 

I am loving the new Lacey Corners chipboard design from The Dusty Attic.  It is probably my favorite of the January 2013 release. 


I painted the chipboard using acrylic paints from The Dusty in Colour collection.  I painted the entire piece using Storm Cloud, then I used a thin paint brush to add white accents using Navajo White paint.  I finished my design using Viva Decor's Pearl Pens in Ice White and Rose.  I also painted my corrugated cardboard using Navajo White with sprinkles of white glitter.




Here I painted my butterflies using Navajo White and Dusty Pink acrylic paints.  Once the paint was dry, I added a layer of clear crackle varnish to achieve the cracked glass look on the wings of my butterfly.


The Dusty Attic
Corrugated Cardboard (DA0830)
Dusty in Colour:  Navajo Whtie (DA0903), Dusty Pink (DA0907), Storm Cloud (DA0924)     
Lacey Corners (DA0847)
Butterflies #2 (DA0842)
Dusty in Bloom:  Bridal Veil (DA0805)

Other Supplies
Patterned Paper:  Lake House - Kaisercraft; Punch - Martha Stewart Crafts; Die - Memory Box; Resin Flourish & Glitter - Melissa Frances; Pearl Pen - Viva Decor;




5 comments:

La Nonna said...

Quelle page merveilleuse, j'adore le chipboard.

kate blue said...

absolutely gorgeous!

Cindy Gay said...

Ah, it's great!

langeatheart said...

I love what you do with the Dusty Attic! Your layouts are always stunning and now it's such a treat to see how you use DA helps with the inspiration and I am in awe of your scraproom. Keep showing my hubby and telling him that's what I want (still in my same corner :()TFS!

Dianne said...

How did I miss this beauty, the layout is STUNNING, I love those fancy corners too,lovely soft colors for the Princess in the photo, thanks for sharing you are such an inspiration....