The frame was treated with a coat of Dusty Attic Hot Chocolate paint, and after it dried, I coated it with a generous layer of Crackle Varnish. When the varnish dried and crackled, I gave it a quick spritz of Lindys Stamp Gang Starburst Spray in Mission Bells Brown, and let it settle in the cracks for a gilded look.
I split the title into 2 parts on the layout, which brings the framed photo into main focus. I created the quote in Photoshop, printed it up on patterned paper and cut out the words. I arranged them on the layout sing a small piece of chipboard underneath to lift them off the page.
I clustered and tucked the flowers over the bricks diagonally to soften and break up the straight lines in the layout.
The brick panel was treated with a coat of Lindys Stamp Gang Spray Flat Fabios in Sandra Dee Sepia over the raw chipboard. Before it dried, I sprayed it with some Lindys Stamp Gang Spray Starburst Spray in Mission Bells Brown.
Thank you for joining me today. I hope you will try to create a layout in A4 size and use your favorite Dusty Attic products to adorn it.
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I love your bricks...and you can never contain a garden or your talent...gorgeous page.ReplyDelete
nice LO! Very beautiful!ReplyDelete
Wow!So beautiful, Lisa!!ReplyDelete
brilliant absolutely brilliant .. love xReplyDelete