Sunday, June 2, 2013

June Goodies

It’s the start of a new month and the time my Dusty Attic projects are due along with a blog post. As usual I had the best of intentions when it came to more frequent blog posts and sharing, guess what?? The month disappeared so quick again!
The theme this month for the Dusty Attic ATC is 'Collage'.
I love collage, it’s a technique where anything goes really. The background is a collage using a combination of stamping & embossing, paint, scrunched text paper, German scrap, tape, muslin, ink etc. Here's my ATC.

Titled 'Grumpy Angel'

The Dusty Attic product used are Mini Wings DA0783, part of the Chandelier Small DA0080, Acrylic paint, Navajo DA0903, Clear Crackle Varnish DA0900.

This is my daughter Erin's little family in May last year.

Dusty Attic products used - Baroque Frame DA0542, Fancy Trim #2 DA0446, Flags DA0484, Enjoy the Moments DA0587, Morrocan Lamps DA0835, Chains 4pkt DA0312, Clear Crackle Varnish DA0900, Acrylic Paint, Navajo DADA0903.
Other products used: Paper – Prima, Pion. German scrap, Thread.

This little project is my new 'Ideas' journal. The journal is a Dusty Attic product DA0950. The front is another form of Collage. The background and base is a crocheted cotton doily on top is a variety of crafty items from my stash. Brads, buttons, lace, trim, images printed on fabric, Tim Holtz goodies, some freestyle embroidery and lots more.

Dusty Attic products used - Branches and Berries DA0729,Mini wire Dress form DA 0670, Moroccan Border DA 0834,Moroccan Accents DA 0837, Dusty Journal DA0950,Mini ABC set Upper DA0861,Dusty Roses Whisper Blue #651X DA0968, Dusty Roses White 1cm DA0970, Dusty Rose Leaves Sm Yellow DA0964, Acrylic Paint- Navajo DA0903, Morrocan Border DA0834. Other products used - Tim Holtz charm, Lace, muslin, beads, ribbon, pins, charms, buttons, german scrap, fabric.

Happy Creating
Hugs Audrey


slywalker (Lesley) said...

Love all your items, so much technique to drool over with envy, beautiful pieces of work.

Екатерина said...

Amazing projects, so beautiful? so technical!