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Hi everyone, I'm back today to share my layout I created for the April Dusty Attic challenge. This month's mood board has a rustic theme to it. Here is the mood board:

Dusty attic mood board

You can use the sketch or you can just use the inspiration photos. I chose to just go with the inspiration photos.

Here is my layout:

 

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I used paper and flowers from 49 and Market. Plus some flowers from Petaloo. I used the Dusty attic chicken wire and wagon wheel chipboard pieces. The chicken wire was heat embossed with a patina embossing powder. The wagon wheel was first heat embossed, then I used some perfect pearls. While that was still wet I added a different color embossing powder and heat set it. I love the texture this creates.

There is some stenciling and stamping on the background as well as the misting. I used some Prima color bloom 2 sprays for the misting.

This photo was taken in the mountains of Colorado while I was on a scrappy retreat with friends.

 

Well, that's all I have for today. Thanks for stopping by.

Comments

Sanderijn de Bruin

Gorgeous! What a wonderful interpretation of the moodboard!! Totally love it. Thank you for joining Dusty Attic challenge this month.

Cathy Cafun

Such a beautiful layout Kim and a fabulous take on this month's Mood Board. Thanks so much for sharing with us at The Dusty Attic.

valerie ouellet

Wow awesome layout! Thank you for playing with us at dusty attic challenge. Xx

Lisa N Gregory

Beautiful layout!! Love how you used the colors to perfection! Thank you for joining us this month for the Dusty Attic Challenge!

Tina Ollett

Wonderful interpretation of this month's moodboard challenge Kim. Thank you for playing along with us at The Dusty Attic.

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