First of all, I would like to congratulate Blue Fern Studios on their launch! I'm so honored to be part of the team here.
I’m Irene Tan a member of the Blue Fern Studios DT! Sometimes, people know me by the name, “Scrapperlicious”. I live in a small island, Penang in Malaysia. I live here with my family which consists of my the other half, Danny, my two kids, Ryan (9) and Chloe (6) and my furkid, a Siberian Husky named Hiro (3).
I started scrapping since 2007 and a couple months later, I’ve discovered my absolute love for stamping and inking. I love to add a little ink or paint to everything I create. As for my style, I think you all should judge that by yourself after looking at my project below. I love to get all dark and grungy but sometimes, I can be colorful and clean. Combining tons of different elements and textures to a project is what I love to do!
Here's my layout using Blue Fern Studios Royal Bird Frame.
I've misted the frame with some paints and later distressed it with gesso. When it's dry, I've cut it up into two and placed them separately on the layout.
Royal Bird Frame
Do check back for more projects from the DTs using the gorgeous chipboard designs by Blue Fern Studios.
Genius way to use that frame!ReplyDelete
What a bold, beautiful layout you've created here Irene! Love how you've split the frame :)ReplyDelete
Fabulicious Irene!!! The way you split the frame is fantastic!! Love it!!ReplyDelete
I just love all of the bright colors here and your layering. Truly stunning! And my hubby goes to Penang quite often. How fun!ReplyDelete
Absolutely stunning!! I love that you cut the frame apart to make it a bit larger, how cool!!ReplyDelete
this is a gorgeous layout and pretty details.ReplyDelete
everything fits together.
greetings from Ann
Beautiful layout Irene! Love how you showcased the pretty frame!ReplyDelete
Wonderful details and I love those colors.ReplyDelete
This makes my heart go boom boom, your page is absolutely beautiful Irene! you are a master at misting/masking and use of striking colours!ReplyDelete
Wonderful layout lover the way you use the chipboard to frame around the photo!ReplyDelete