Hello and welcome 49 and Market friends. Tina Ollett with you today to share my newest creation playing with gorgeous 49 and Market products. Today I have a project created using the moodboard from the The Dusty Attic. The inspiration of reds, orange and browns drew me to a couple of different collections to use, but of course my colours are shades lighter and in a romantic style.
The photo I have used today is that of my youngest playing in her cubby house that her dad built many many years ago. She loved to make cups of tea and bring them to me.
The cups of tea of course were the best I had ever tasted.
I have used a couple of differing papers from my ever-growing stash of 49 and Market. I have picked 2 papers, one from the collection Sand and Sea (Sea Creatures), and one from the collection Rusty Autumn (Blooming Autumn). For me they fit together perfectly to create my project.
I did lots of distressing with my papers and I also did some framework to help frame my layout. I should mention that I used three sheets of the Rusty Autumn which were used for part of the framework and the rest for the fussy cutting elements on each. They were not easy to cut but the colours of the red in the flowers were simply too much to leave off.
I adhered my fussy cut elements and then added some chipboard from The Dusty Attic. On these pieces I added in some colour using Inka Golds and also Archival and Distress inks. Some stamping was also done using Gabi’s Texture Stamps and an old favourite from Gabi’s Ethereal Stamp Set.
You can see in the photos the layering of the papers, fussy cut elements, chipboards and of course the addition of the gorgeous Vintage Shades Cerise flowers, Botanical Blends in Shadow, and also some darker flowers from the Floral Mixology collection (in the color Mudslide).
I have also added in a little more texture with the addition of muslin, and some dry brushing of white gesso.
Products I Used:
Other Products Used:
- Dusty Attic Chipboards
- Inka Golds
- Gesso clear and white
- Archival ink
- Distress ink
Thank you for popping by to see my project today.