Monday, 30 August 2010

Mmmmm love getting Dusty!

I very rarely use purple, have always shied away from it for some reason - but these papers were so delicious and it felt so right for the Dusty French Window and Dress Form. I think purple will be seen again from me... it's such a wonderful colour!

I've been dying to use the Dress Form, but with few and far photos that would actually suit it I was rapt when I found this 'wallpaper' image of Bella in her wedding dress for the Breaking Dawn movie {that I sooooo can't wait to be finished}. I really love this 'love story' and enjoy scrapping it, so thought why not create myself a Twilight album of scenes and images that move me - as they say 'girls just wanna have fun' and for me, this is pure 'creative' fun!

Dusty Attic Chipboard - French Window DA0365 & Dress Form #2 DA0390
Papers - Creative Imaginations - Breathless, by Marah Johnson {Available from Tomorrow's Memories}
Diecut Journal Sheet - Creative Imaginations - Breathless, by Marah Johnson
Embellishments - Websters Silhouette {Garden Gala}, Collections Transparency {Flea Market}, Lace Trim, Velvet Ribbon, Diamonte Trims, Beaded Trim, Muslin, Paper Roses, Diamonte Button {available from Tomorrow's Memories}.
Alphas - Cuttlebug BabyFace
Treatments - Tim Holtz Distress Ink {Dusty Concord}, Tattered Angels Glimmermist {Pearl}, Adironack Paint Dauber {Snow Cap}, Ranger Stickles {Suze Weinberg Glitz - Tiara}

Take care of you.


  1. That is stunning Mistra!!!!!!!!!!!!! Please bring it in so we can see!
    Jo x

  2. Man you are good! Absolutely stunning layout Mistra.

  3. Wow.... that Mistra genius strikes again!! Just gorgeous my darling girl! You are amazing!

  4. This is beautiful!!! Love every detail of it........especially love the dress form and the single red rose, both stand out so beautifully!!!

  5. You certainly have your creative mojo back Mistra! Beautiful layout....the purple papers were perfect.

  6. Purple, vintage & Mistra......a combination that is just meant to be!

  7. This is amazing Mistra - I love it (and the subject as well LOL)