Sunday, February 23, 2014

Aged Terracotta

Hello and welcome to my blog
here I am again sharing an Earthy layout , my Dusty Attic DT layout for February 
Dusty Attic, the home of amazing chipboard and blooms
this LO Features the new DA design  
Ivy Corners : DA1018

 'AGED TERRACOTTA' 
as many of you know I adore nature and my garden . 
these old terracotta pots are all aged and mossy ,
 but I really love the energy this gives them and adds to the character. 


I added paint to the ivy chippies and to achieve this color I used 3 colors
 Dusty in Colour Gingerbread : DA 0922
Dusty in Colour Sunburnt Orange :DA 0906
Dusty in Colour Hot Chocolate : DA0923
and when dry I randomly dabbed some Black Versa color ink on the edges. 

If you haven't yet tried the DA paint , 
please consider it as the colors are just fantastic.
and I have such fun mixing them to create perfect shades and hues I desire for my projects. 
  

in my opinion these DA  blooms add the perfect touch to my layout .

Dusty Attic items used 
Heart Arrows #2
Heart Arrows #2
Ivy Corners   Model DA1018
Dusty in Colour Gingerbread : DA 0922
Dusty in Colour Sunburnt Orange :DA 0906
Dusty in Colour Hot Chocolate : DA0923
Dusty in Colour Clear Crackle Varnish :  DA 0900
Trellis small : DA 1032
Dusty In Bloom Bridal Veil : DA0805

thanks so much for popping by and I do hope you are inspired to have a play
 with these stunning and versatile chipboard pieces .
until next time , take care and happy scrapping ! 

18 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous!!! I loveeeeeeeee the colors and the vines!!!!!

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  2. Oh wow, it's such a gorgeous warm lay-out! I really love how you used the chipboard vines.

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  3. Just stunning...& I have to say, tho I don't use flowers much, the ones I got in my 'win' sponsored by Dusty Atiic - like these white ones- are the NICEST, BESTEST I've ever had!!! Love the way you've draped the ivy here & the little arrows are cute!!!!!

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  4. Oh my this is gorgeous!, love the earthy colors and the corner ivy looks amazing!, love this!

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  5. Heather your passion for your garden and for beauty shines from every piece you create. I love the draped ivy and the photo is divine. :D

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  6. Wonderful photo of your beautiful pots with their earthy, aged look and a fantastic LO complimenting the photo so well! Love those new chippies, great addition and they really suit your theme here!

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  7. Another beautiful page - your garden must be wonderful and beautiful! :Love your creation!

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  8. Had to hop over from Dusty Attic to say how much I love this page... beautiful photo to begin with, and brilliant colours, textures and embellishing - simply perfect.
    Alison x

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  9. Totally divine page Heather!!! A simply wonderful photo of those gorgeous old pots and you've scrapped them beautifully, but then you wouldn't be able to anything less!! So, so gorgeous!!! Loooooove!!!!!!! ox

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  10. Everything about this page is gorgeous - starting with the photo!! The layering is stunning and the layout is perfect. Love it!! Cathy www.creatinginacottage.com

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  11. Beautiful LO Heather. A real piece of art. I love the wooden ivy x

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  12. always a joy to see your pages...so full of beautiful details, perfect chosen colors to match with the gorgeous photo's!! xxx

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  13. This is spectacular heather the photo and your background is perfect together

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  14. Gorgeous colours here and what a great photo to scrap!!

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  15. that is just a fabulous layout, Heather! Like all of your work is! Love the card above too! Btw. I just had the possibility to play with some Dusty Attic products (rusting powder) - love, love, love it! take care. hugs, Sanna

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  16. My goodness Heather, don't say you've taken that photo yourself! oh to have that terracotta treasure in my own garden shed - that I don't have - but still, so very beautiful!! Gorgeous layout Miss H! love love love the rustic colours that you so excel in using! xoxoxo

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