Sunday, 12 August 2018

The Dusty Attic Design Team Call

Hi Everyone, so excited when I noticed that The Dusty Attic is having a DT Call. I just love their beautiful products and especially their Dusty Attic chipboard.  Using The Dusty Attic Stencils for mixed media creates such pretty backgrounds and texture.

Now here is my cards

Card 1
Birthday


For my first card I used beautiful Dusty Attic chipboards with the coloured image. The pretty chipboard just added beautiful texture and provided the perfect choice for embellishing the card.

Step by Step:

1. Cut pattern paper, distress edges and layer onto card front. Use stencil with Modeling Paste.


2. Colour image, die-cut with stitched oval and distress the edges. Gesso Dusty Attic chipboard and paint with Acrylic Paint.  Adhere chipboard and image to card front.







Tip: Gesso prepares (primes) the chipboard for painting and makes it ready to accept acrylic paint.

3. Make Foamiran flowers, colour with Oil Pastels and adhere to card front.  Add pearl embellishments and bow to finish.



Material List:

Copic Sketch Markers. Foamiran. Mixed Media Mediums: Art Basics White Gesso and Modeling Paste. Acrylic Paint. Oil Pastels. Die:  Scrap Dragon Stitched Oval.  Digital Stamp: The Paper Shelter Lovely Umbrella.


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Card 2
Masculine - Paris



For this card I wanted to create a mixed media masculine card.  The  Dusty Attic Stencil and  Dusty Attic Chipboards created the perfect Paris scene and texture.

Step by Step:

1. Gesso mixed media paper and Dusty Attic chipboard.  Colour Dusty Attic chipboard with Distress Oxide.


2. Create a blended background on mixed media paper using Distress Ink and Oxide. Create a cobblestone path and clouds using stencils with texture and modeling paste.


Tip: If you want to create a smooth soft blended background, make sure you choose a heavier paper with a smooth surface.  This will help the ink apply and blend much more smoothly and evenly.

3. Foil sentiment and add glossy accent to lamp post and bicycle chipboard. Adhere sentiment and chipboard to card front using 3D foam pads and glue to finish.


Material List:

Art Basics White and Black Gesso. Art Basics White Sand Texture Paste. Art Basics Modeling Paste. Reeves Mixed Media Sheet. Distress Oxide: Antique Linen, Evergreen Bough, Frayed Burlap, Forest Moss and Salty Ocean. Distress Ink: Broken China, Peeled Paint, Stormy Sky and Walnut Stain. Ranger Glossy Accents. Acrylic Paint. Couture Creations Heat Foil.


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Holding thumbs that I would be able to join their lovely DT.  It will be such a privilege to work with The Dusty Attic Products and create projects.

I would like to enter the following challenges:

The Dusty Attic Challenge Blog.  Theme:  August Mood Board Challenge (Birthday Card).
Aud Sentiments Challenge Blog.  Theme:  For The Girls + Sentiment (Birthday Card).
Back To Basics and Beyond Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Use A Digital Image (Birthday Card).
Fussy and Fancy Friday Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Clean and Simple (Paris Card).
Allsorts Challenge Blog.  Theme:  From Boys To Men (Paris Card).
Mix It Up Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes (Paris Card).

Thank you for visiting me, I always appreciate you taking the time to leave a lovely comment.

Anet x

10 comments:

  1. A great masculine creation and the first is very pretty as well, many thanks for joining in with our 'Boy's to Men' theme at Allsorts challenge.

    B x

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  2. Lovely birthday card, certainly a lot of work has gone into your card and it’s a work of art.
    Thank you for joining us at BBB
    Margaret DT

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  3. Fabulous card.Thank you for joining us at Aud Sentiments challenge good luck Ginny ♥
    Aud Sentiments
    My Blog As I do Rodos

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  4. Fabulous creations, lovely designs! Thank you for sharing with us over at Mix It Up Challenge Blog. We hope to see you again.
    ~ DT Sherry x

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  5. Wonderful birthday card, lovely digi image. Thanks for joining us at Back to Basic and Beyond. Anesha :)

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  6. A super background and great dies. Thank you for joining our 'Boys to Men' challenge at Allsorts.

    Kath x

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  7. Gorgeous card and beautifully coloured cute image-love how you did the background and good luck with th DT call
    Carol x

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  8. Wonderful cards Anet, brilliantly designed and coloured. I love the embellishments you've used too, Kate x

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  9. With my DT hat on from BBB, thanks for joining in the challenge with your gorgeous card and good luck, Kate x x

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Thank you for visiting my blog and taking the time to leave a comment. All comments are read and appreciated. Anet

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