Monday, January 14, 2013

A layout

My second project for Dusty Attic was a layout.

The last couple of years have gone by so fast, it's scarey. We've been through so much (most in a good way). I'll bore you with details and some pics in some more posts later ;-)

One of the best things I've been blessed with in that time was my first Grandchild, Cadence Amelia. Oh my goodness how one little creature has totally changed my life is unbelievable. How could I not use my new muse and one of the reasons I found my creative soul again, in my first layout for 2013

This is her at 6mths.

Dusty's New Release for January 2013 is out and I got to play with some pieces.

One of those new pieces is the Moroccan Border

Now for those that know my work, you might have thought after 2 years I may of gotton over my white and shabby obsession, sorry, wrong, couldn't help myself. I still love my rustic aged look also but when it comes to babies I couldn't resist the usual, I just had to paint the border white using Dusty Attics Navajo White acrylic paint DA 0903 and of course distress it.

I also used the following products from Dusty

Mini Vine


Vintage Name Plate

Some closer looks

These are part of the Dusty in Bloom range of flowers. Bridal Veil

Mini Vine

Vintage Name Plate

The little ornate piece you can see near the border is also part of the Vintage Name Plate

Here's a sneak peek at something I'm working on at the moment.

Till next time,

Happy Creating



Lizzyc said...

HI There, oh wow, so glad i came by and saw this adorable layout.. so soft and so beautiful.. what a darling little grandie you have, and yes I would think she will be the subject of many scrap layouts in the future.. a really beautiful layout!!

slywalker (Lesley) said...

Firstly, I'm so glad you are 'back', this first layout is amazing and shows what a great artist you are. And that second little sneak peak is enough for me to see that you are again going to be an inspiration to many with your gorgeous work.

Vicky Alberto said...

really gorgeous

Al Hannah said...

My gosh that layout has the "WOW" factor - it's beautiful, soft, delicate ... so many gorgeous elements. Beautiful work Audrey :)