Donnerstag, 23. November 2023

Autumn Album with Dusty Attic


  Hello everyone!



I'm back with a new inspiration created with our monthly Moodboard. 

I share with you four album pages for a personal Autumn Album.

 The colours reminds me of  beautiful autumn days

 in the colourful foliage of golden October.


   used chipboards  



 Wheat #3 Small

Corn Rows 

Corn Stalks


Mini Pumpkins

Mini Mushrooms 

 Botanic Runners #4

Christmas Berries #1

Magic Mushrooms #4

Mini Fern Fronds

Leaves #4 




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Just put your own take of the challenge in the comments section
 of the Dusty FANattics facebook page HERE 

You could win one of two amazing Dusty Attic prize packs
...this year we are reverting back to the prize being a $50 (AUD) credit
so you can choose your very own designs.

 Thanks for your visit!
 I hope you find inspiration!

Mittwoch, 15. November 2023

Opa Gnom


Hello everyone!


Today I'd like to introduce you to the inhabitants of the Enchanted Forest, 

who probably come and go quite often in the big mushroom


some details



Special Tip


You can also make a sitting Opa Gnom from a standing one. 

After all, an old man wants comfort.

Just break the legs twice OMG 😀

and then glue them back together at a 90° angle.



used MDF shapes


Old Man of The Forest - MDF Woodland Folk Shape

 Opa Gnom - MDF Woodland Folk Form 

 Coulemelle Mushroom

 Fallen Tree Branch

 Deco Vine MDF Wood Corner Embellishment - Style 48

Mushrooms - Fungi MDF Wood Shape - Style 13

Maidenhair Fern MDF Wood Shape - Style 1

Running Hare

Sheet of Mini Insects - MDF Wood Shapes Style 1



 Thanks for your visit!
 I hope you find inspiration!

Mittwoch, 1. November 2023

In a mysterious woodland


Hello everyone!


 Today I present you another newly designed 3d kit. It is a giant mushroom 

(I chose the 3mm version) that can be made as a toadstool or a boletus.

It has become a wonderful autumn table decoration for me, 

creating a charming and cosy atmosphere with the help of a simple electric tea light.









 Creative Tip


The visible joints on the stem of the mushroom were disrupting the overall appearance,
 so I chose to cover them. 
I decided to use a thicker, monochrome scrapbook paper.
 I cut it to size, using the plate left over from pressing out the MDF parts as a template. 
 The paper was then lightly moistened and covered with a wood pattern 
using a 3D embossing folder. 
 Then glued on and colour matched accordingly with dry brush technique.

some close up's


used MDF shapes






 Thanks for your visit!
 I hope you find inspiration!