Saturday, May 5, 2018

Dusty Attic Fancy Frames Budapest Layout




  I really centered this layout around the gorgeous goodies from Dusty Attic in Australia. These included Fancy Frames #5; Wordpl@y #2 in black; and Memories title. I painted with Liquitex clear Gesso, and then with Plaid FolkArt in Gold. Wish I could get their Gesso but couldn't find it at my local store. Shucks!!!! Also used Canvas Corp Tattered Angels Turquoise Spray in Dragonfly for the Memories piece. Was the perfect shade!


Photo Details: These beautiful pictures are of the fabulous streets in Budapest that we walked all in one day/morning. The Gabor statue on the left page is one of their heroes that was a linguist. Beautiful work throughout the city but this is just some of them! The right page has St.Stephen's Cathedral, and other statues. It was a cold December morning with a clear blue sky! Great fun and walk!

Here's how I made this:
Using an EK Success retractable blade, I cut out the corset from the Bo Bunny Somewhere in Time Chrononaut paper. I used 2 of these sheets and saved the 2nd corset for another layout. ;)
After adhering a scrap of cardstock where I had removed it, I then used pop ups to add the dimension. Before placing it down, I added Ranger Gold Glitter stickles along the black lines. I also used liquid glue to adhere the string of pearls to the bottom. Also, tucked a piece of lace under the bottom edge as well. What fun is this gorgeous piece of paper!!!! Used Bo Bunny Memento from the same collection and a sticker as well.
   I used scraps of a Bazzill Cardstock in two shades of green turquoise and black to mat the pics using my 12" trimmer.
  I arranged all of the items until I liked it, and then started putting the tag together. Loved playing with the Tim Holtz Idea-ology Game Spinners as well the clock faces. What fun!
 I glued all down with Beacons 3 in 1 and it won't be moving.
Challenges I am entering:
Simon Says Stamp NSD Project board
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge: Time out for the clock on the right side page




6 comments:

  1. it's very beautiful great design Beverly
    Gr Karin

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  2. Thank you Billie Dee for your sweet comment!

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  3. Thank you for your continued support Karin!

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  4. This is a beautiful layout! I love how the tones in the patterned paper you chose reflect those great bronze and green patinas of the past. The photos are amazing, too, and have such personality! This is the perfect blend of photography and art and I'm so glad you shared this with us for this week's Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!

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  5. Beautiful scrapbooking, Beverly! I've been to Budapest 2 years ago, so glad to see your photos. Beautiful city, isn't it? Thanks for sharing.
    Marge

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