Sunday, December 18, 2016

Vintage Christmas inspiration by Marie-Eve Bernard


It's my last post here.  The years flies so fast.  I was thrilled to be on such a wonderful Desing Team: a dream came true!  I enjoy every moment of it!  So, I wanted to inspired you a last time with the wonderful Vintage Christmas Collections.  I love Christmas and it's magic.  I add a lost of pleasure to work with those two absolutely gorgeous Christmas collections.

It's a Holly Jolly Christmas:

I use the Let it snow paper for my background.  I had laces between the layers of papers for a Vintage look. Just add a little bit of green watercolor to makes the layers pop.  

 For the frame, I first paint it green.  Then, I add glue to the berries and add the Fire engine glitters.  I did the same with the bow but with the Caribbean glitters. 

I simply embossed my title chipboard with the clover embossing powder.  The color is just perfect!

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Vintage Christmas 2, Let it snow
Vintage Christmas 2, 'twas the night
Vintage Christmas 2, Holiday treats


It's a Holly Jolly Christmas
Berry frame

Imagine Ink Embossing Powder


Imagine Ink glitters

Fire engine


Dark tropic lilies
Memoires blooms


On this second layout, I wanted a snow effect on my chipboards.  I first cover them with white gesso. Then I add snow effect texture paste and glass bead gel.

I use the Greeting cards paper and cut the merry christmas and the tree image.  I add snow effect to my paper too.  The Christmas blooms were the perfect addition to the layout. I add snow on the flowers.

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Vintage Christmas , wonderland
Vintage Christmas , deck the halls
Vintage Christmas, Greeting cards


Bubbles and bows
flourish tree
winter titles


Christmas blooms


My last layout is not with the traditional christmas palette of colours  but I love the soft feel of it.
I use the Holiday card twice.  One for my background and the other, I cut out some of the cards.

The soft blooms were perfect for this layout.  I just add them some snow effect.

My title was emboss twice:  First in pearl then in It's a girl.  It came from the Winter titles chipboard set.

All my snow flakes were painted with a clear iridescent ink.  I enjoy the result.  It just add a discrete shinning effect.

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Vintage Christmas 2, Holiday Cards x2
Vintage Christmas 2, Jolly


Large flake
shabby flakes
Winter Titles

Imagine Ink Embossing Powder

It's a girl


Soft blooms

Thank you Blue Fern Studios for the opportunity to work with all those wonderful products. Finally,  I want to wish you all  a wonderful Christmas and a happy new year.  Hope you have some crafty time to play with your favourite Blue Fern Studios products!


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