Wednesday, August 17, 2016

August Social Media Update and YOU!

Hello, hello!

Sandi here with you today sharing some Blue Fern Studios awesomeness that we found on Instagram.

This month I've taken some screen shots directly from Instagram. We are trying to really drive home the need to be there! It's a quick, easy and fun way to see some gorgeous creations. And to basically create your own gallery there. You can also upload to Facebook and a Twitter from there, as well as pin your projects to Pinterest! 

Please tag us there so that we can find you! Also, do the same when visiting Pinterest. Did you know that we have a full Pinterest board that features YOUR creations? We sure do! 

First up, we're sharing this gorgeous layout by Emi Nakagawa using the Serendipity paper collection. She's added some simple elements and kept the project light and airy. You can  visit her blog at and obviously her Instagram at @sb.and.r.emi.

We love this creation by Rika Hayama! What an unique way to use the Gazebo image from Autumn Anthology! It looks gorgeous against the woodgrain and with the mix of color and black and white photos. Rika blogs HERE

Because we have been focusing on Seaside Cottage over the past few weeks, I wanted to include this fussy cut layout from Mikamika of Japan. Her floral cluster, and fussy cutting create such a beautiful scene alongside her photos. Her Instagram is @blanche0101.

Look at this adorable little mailbox creation from Naomi Chang using our older Love Story collection. I almost held this over until next month but it is so unique, I was anxious to share. Naomi blogs HERE
Off the Page creations using Blue Fern Studios are always eye-catching!

We have another new feature this month by Shinko who blogs at Her paper folding and great design create a truly gorgeous piece using our Attic Charm collection and chipboard. 

I'm sneaking in one last creation by Canadian Laura Gilhuly using our chipboard and the awesome new Seaside Cottage collection. She has lots of great photos of her boys at the beach and does a beautiful job of using flowers on her masculine pages! Great work, Laura! 

That's it for today! 
I hope you've found something to inspire you! 
Also, fingers crossed that all photo credits are correct. 
Please let us know if they are not. 

See you next month! 

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