Thursday, August 1, 2013

Back on track

Pinch and a punch for the first of the month, no returns.
Life's full and busy at the moment. I'm grabbing whatever time I can to create, which isn't much. Along with a house move and getting unpacked and organised, I've got to set up a new creative space. I'm getting there but miss my old space so much :(
My days disappear real quick, especially with a certian little person around. But like this pic says, full of Joy and Laughter

Cadence is nearly 2yrs old and never stops. Her Mum is working and I get the absolute pleasure of looking after her. She's my Grandaughter and like I've said before is the Apple of my eye. The housework, creating and computer time like this get put aside as I spend the time playing with Missy Moo.

Life's great.

Just a quick share of my Dusty Attic projects for August.

Forgotten Relics

Dusty products used - ATC gothic windows DA0795, Brick Wall Panel DA0316, Dusty in Colour Navajo White DA0903 & Soot DA0925, Clear Crackle Varnish DA0900, Tiny Alpha (code TBA)
Other products used - German Scrap, Letter stickers, transparency.
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Just Because - Art Journal

This is another one of those projects that often becomes a work in progress. It was done over a period of time and not all in one sitting. I've started many journals and a couple of Art Journals and always wanted to do one with a frame cut into the cover. So the front of this one has a little depth.

I love Dusty Attic's Barbed wire fence and their farm type fences and gates.

Dusty products used - Barb Wire fence DA0879, Birds on Barb Wire DA0868, Rustic Farm Fence DA0855, mini ABC set upper DA0861, mini Script ABC set DA0859, Dusty in Colour Clear Gloss Varnish DA0901, Dusty in Colour Gingernut DA0922, Navajo White DA0903, Fine Silver DA0927 & Soot DA0925
Other products used - Paper - Prima, Tim Holtz frame & number, jute, lace, muslin, ribbon, Stamp image Teresa Collins, other unknown, chain, wire, beads, mesh, letter stickers, metal mesh.
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Hopefully you can find some time to create real soon.
Until next time.