Monday, May 1, 2017

Beach Life ***Dusty Attic Sketch/Mood Board for May****

Hello, we are now into the month of May, so today I am here to share with you, a LO I did using Dusty Attic's Sketch/Mood Board for the month of May...

The Challenge has a amazing prize of a $100 Dusty Attic Gift Voucher to the  Dusty Attic Website  for the winner. To enter all you need to do, is use the Mood Board for Inspiration,  you can interpret it anyway you like. The only requirement is that Dusty Attic chipboard is used in your creation. Once completed simply add your link to the right side of the bar of the Dusty Attic Blog...
The Dusty Attic used:
mini Shells
Mini Shells
Shells  6pk
Shells 6 pack
Fancy Trim #3
Fancy Trim #3
Seagrass #2
Seagrass #2
Tropical Foliage #1
Tropical Foliage #1
Fish Net Panel
Fish Net Panel
Decorative Frame #1
Decorative Frame #1
Wordpl@y #7
Wordpl@y #7
The 49 and Market used:
Heirloom Botanicals
Oasis 84925
Vintage Artistry
Vintage Artistry Ephemera Cut Out Sheet VA 4574 B
Rustic Collection
Rustic Barn Medium Blooms
Basic Flowers
Multi Pack Flowers-White
Multi Pack Flowers-Blue
Other elements used: Clear Gesso, Clear Crackle paint, Versa Mark ink pad-pinecone, LuminArt-Silk-Oyster, Prills-mini pearls,, say it in crystals, cheesecloth, floral filler
Here are a few close ups....
I did some distressed paper layers, using Fancy Trim #3 & cheesecloth in the layers....

I primed all of the chipboard with clear gesso, then painted most of the pieces with clear crackle. Once the crackle dried I inked the edges using the pinecone ink pad & rubbed in some on the top to bring out the cracks. I then spot painted the pieces with the LuminArt silk...
Shows a framed photo, using the decorative frame #1 & flower cluster using DA Tropical Foliage #1,Shells, Mini Shells, 49 and Market Flowers, died cheese cloth & floral filler...
I altered some of the flower centers using Prills...

I also glued Prills onto the fish net & Seagrass, Here are a few more close ups...

Thank you so much for taking the time to look, & I am looking forward to see, what you come up with using this months Sketch/Mood Board Challenge....Rachelle

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