Saturday 25 December 2021

Merry Christmas with Dusty Attic

Good morning and Merry Christmas, I would like to take the opportunity to wish you all an amazing holiday.

I am here today with a very sparkly Christmas inspired layout. 

If you havent figured out yet I love fussy cutting, I mean its beyond a love.... an obsession? I love when you can cut papers up and really layer them throughout all your chipboard pieces, adding loads of layers and then all your finishing pieces like stones, glitters, foil.

To start off this layout I used the Large Holly Wreath and gave it a little spray paint. Then cut it so I could make it sit over the top part of the page - I would have cut out approx. 1/4 out of the wreath.

Stuck my photo down and then foam mounted the wreath and positioned it where I needed to go.

The next is to spray paint the additional Christmas Berries Chipboard. While your waiting on the chipboard to dry arrange all you fussy cut papers around, under and over the Large Holly Wreath....

Once you are happy with the arrangement - trust me I did fussy around a little bit with this, its all about adding your glitters/ foils and stones throughout the layers and your papers clustering and blending out these. 

Add the Christmas Berries throughout the Large Holly Wreath.

Dont forget to add glitters in varying sizes, make up your own blends and bag the extra for later on.

Spray paint your Merry Christmas Chipboard title and add to the bottom right hand corner.

Now the very necessary step and it can take a little bit of time but I am happy with the result. I covered all the chipboard pieces with Diamond Stickles.

Holly Wreath #1 Large

We would love to see your take on our moodboard.  Don’t forget to share your projects on our Facebook page. Why not enter the Mood Board challenge yourself? 

All you need to do is add your take of the challenge into the comments section on the Dusty FANattics Facebook page HERE for your chance to win one of two amazing $50 Credits to choose any. 

Good Luck and have fun creating.

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