Thursday, November 14, 2013

Watching YOU Put Our Designs to Work!

It's time to share with you some of the amazing projects we've discovered throughout the web which feature Blue Fern Studios chipboard! Take a look at the gorgeous creations by some of our fans:

Debby Lewis
I don't know about you, but the incredibly realistic look of our Evening Lamp Post piece brought to life on Debby's Christmas decor project is AMAZING. I'm blown away. She could not have done a more incredible job- thank you Debby for your artistry!!

Maja Stokk
Don't you just love the centers that Maja added to the Pretty Weeds pieces? Adorable!! This page is completely gorgeous :)!

Jackie Clark
The Directions set and Widgetworks are perfect for a little boy layout! What a fabulous mix of colors, textures, and designs :)

Caroleanne Wright
Don't you just love the way Caroleanne's flowers are bursting from behind our Country Picket Fence? Lovely!

The Picture Perfect set provided the perfect accents for Wiosanka's layout. Just stunning!

Jodie Herr
Another shining example of our Country Picket Fence put to use :). Also our a bird cage from our Veranda Cage Set was placed as a perfect accent to her butterfly and flower cluster!

Wilma Voermans
Don't you just love the banners hanging from the Twiggy Branch, perfectly mimicking those on the cattle in her first photo? Amazing!!

Thank-you so much to all of our customers and fans who create with our products and share them in the online galleries! We love your work! 

And don't forget- our Design Team Call closes at midnight TONIGHT! So don't miss out :)!

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

2 November cards

Hello everyone! This is Frau_Muller sharing my newest projects using Blue Fern Studios chipboards. This month I have a few different cards to share with you.
First one is vintage card.
I used distress crackle paint and gold microspheres to make chipboard pieces more vintage

 I used Leafy Page Accents

Leafy Page Accents - Click Image to Close 

Heart Set

Heart Set 

My second project is freestyle zippy card.

I used spray Ayeeda Mist and black pigma micron  to make chipboard pice more fun.

I used Bits of Honey

Bits of Honey 

This is all from me for today! Thank you for stopping by!

Monday, November 11, 2013

Just a little something from Kristine

Hi Everyone!

Kristine here to share some projects with you today. 

AND.... I have made a mini-tutorial for you :) 


Cute stuff

I like to make my own backgrounds for my layouts, and this time I made a step by step mini-tutorial on how you can do it, and how to use and include chipboard on your background.

(Sorry for bad pictures, and some of the colors is wrong...)

1. Gather your supply. I used:
- Mod Podge
- Modeling paste
- Palette knife
- torn paper with different textures
- heat tool
- Canvas or cardstock
- Shabby brick panel
- Some chipboard leftovers

2. Use Mod podge to glue down the paper, in 3-4 layers.

3. When you are done gluing on paper, put on some chipboard. 

 4. I have cut out a piece of the 12x12" Shabby brick panel, and are using it as a stencil. 
 5. Put on modeling paste, a thick layer. 
 6. To create texture use the palette knife and tap it over det modeling paste before removing the chipboard. 
 7. Remove the brick chipboard, and use the heat tool to dry.
Place the brick chipboard over a new area of the layout, and repeat step 5-7. 

 8. After the modeling paste is dry, choose one or two colorsprays of choice and spray it over the modeling paste. After dyring, you can stamp over with a stamp, to create more texture.
Now the background is finish. 

Here is the end result, I hope you like it :)

I have used these Blue Fern Studios Chipboards: 

Good Vibes
 Shabby brick panel

Spring branch

In the end I just want to share a tag with you


I have used these Blue Fern Studios Chipboards:

Brigitte butterfly set

quatrefoil page panel

Good vibes

I hope you found some inspiration here today :)

Saturday, November 9, 2013

A few simple Christmas Cards with Yana

Hello everyone! This is Yana sharing my newest projects using Blue Fern Studios chipboards. This month I have a few clean & simple cards to share with you. 

Those are some super easy and fun projects to do and they really don't require a lot of supplies or time! Plus you can easily turn them into mass-produced cards for the holidays to send to your family and friends.

First up - Merry Christmas card:

I used Shabby Flakes chipboard for this card:

My second project is another simple card with a few snowflakes layered on top of each other:

Once again I used chipboards from the same Shabby Flakes set: 

My last project has a little bit of a vintage feel to it, although its also a very simple one:

 The tree on this card is from the Winter Trees set:
This is all from me for today, I hope you liked my cards! Thank you for stopping by!

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Ways to "dress up" your chipboard by Yvonne Yam

Hello there! It's Yvonne Yam here to share the different ways you can "dress up" your chipboard. :)

1. Colour your chipboard with a black Sharpie, then add glossy accents. [Boy meets world chipboard]
2. Coat with gesso, then mist. [the round remnant chipboard pieces]
3. Coat with gesso, lightly mist, then accessorize with feather, googly eye, feather and bling. Then finish with distress glitter. [The bird from the Little Birds set]

4. Paint with a bronze paint, using your paint brush to create textures. [The Shabby Brick Bits chipboard]

5. Colour your chipboard with a black Sharpie. [The Remember chipboard from the Memory Frames set ]

6. Coat with a layer of gesso, paint with a layer of pearlescent tinting medium, then finish with some glass bead gel [the Berry Stems chipboard]

7. Coat chipboard with gesso and create texture with a paint brush. Mist 2 different colours on the chipboard. [The sweet jar chipboard from The Latest Buzz set] 

Hope you enjoyed the different ways to "dress up " your Blue Fern Studios chipboard.