They TERRIFIED me. Actually, attics terrify me. They're so mysterious and creepy and hot. It's no wonder that's where both ghosts and rodents decide to make their home.Perhaps also the ghosts of rodents.
I would actually like a house without an attic - just a big lodge type ceiling with no space between there and the roof. That would definitely force the ghosts to go to my neighbors.
Sorry neighbors! I'll bring extra cookies at Christmas :)
Well speaking of attics, I've been neglecting my Attic Boutique products and my Rue des Fleurs set. It's not creepy at all so I'm not sure why I haven't played with it much. My friend Mel made the most beautiful card with it at Leadership and I swore I'd come home and do a million things with it, and I looked up and it was April.
I've been on a watercoloring binge lately so I thought I'd bust out my fave color combo - aqua and red - and color the pretty little corset thingy.
I just used my Aquapainter and Poppy Parade and Pool Party Reinkers on watercolor paper. I put a little grey around the image for a shadow.
Then I added some Smooch Glitz Frost to the vines, and some Clearsnap Ocean Spray glitter.
Labels Framelits, and cut the next larger framelit from First Edition DSP.
I scored the Crumb Cake base with my Simply Scored Diagonal Score Plate at 1" intervals and added the teeniest pearls to the intersections.
I think those two colors are so pretty together!
I am not sure who would have a bustier like this all full of flowers and glittery, but I bet whoever it is, they'd keep it in the attic so their ghosts could get their fancy on.
I do love a fancy ghost.