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Here is the gorgeous mood board this month.
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It's almost the end of "love" month and I'm here to share a layout using some gorgeous Meg's Garden papers and lots of BRAND NEW Dusty Attic chipboard. This layout was inspired by the February DA mood board and... who says you can't use Christmas papers all year long? They are just so pretty!
On all of the chipboard I splattered DA's Navajo White DA0903 paint and topped it with DA Clear Crackle DA0900 Varnish. This is a really easy way to achieve a nice rustic look. The title is from the DA1170 pack.
A very Elegant Swirl DA1123 complements the papers.
More pretty chipboard from the Elegant Swirl DA1123 pack - and some beautiful DA Bridal Veil DA0805 blooms too!
I hope everyone was spoiled with love this month!
And another from Jacqueline Moore
Hey Dusty Attic fans!!! It's Jacqueline here today to quickly share with you my take on this month's moodboard. With February being the so-called 'month of love', I have used the colors and the word passion from the moodboard to create a pretty card.
I have used lots of gorgeous DA chippies combined with some 13 Arts papers and mediums.
I have cut a small banner banner from Banners #1 and covered it with some patterned paper, layering it on my card on top of some triangle paper banners I cut. I have topped it with a bow and some twine.
For my title I have taken the word 'Passionately' from the live beautifully set and cut off the 'ately', leaving me with the word Passion. I have painted it with Gesso, and sprinkled with Chunky Gold Glitter, before layering on top of my flower cluster.
Above my flower cluster I have added a butterfly from the Flutterbies #3..... I really love these butterflies and use them all the time :-) I have painted it with Gesso, and then dabbed a few colors of mist on, very lightly, using my finger.
I have taken the smallest of the frames from the String Frames small set, and painted it with a combination of Gesso and Gold Paint. I have placed it on some calico on my background, and built my composition into it.
The little scroll on the lower right side of the frame is actually the top of a key from the Vintage Keys set, that my Son decided to pull off another page breaking it off. At first I planned to just throw it out, but it managed to get lost on my desk, and I am glad as it was the perfect finishing touch for my card. It has been painted with Gesso, Gold Glitter Paint, and sprinkled with Chunky Gold Glitter.
I hope you enjoyed my post!!! I will be back in a few days with more!!!
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