Tuesday, October 29, 2013

{3} Projects and a Design Team Call

Hello! Today, I wanted to share my October Blue Fern Studios projects you. They are also have a Design Team call so make sure you check that out also. Details are at the end of today's post. Now, let's get started with my first layout.

Pretty as a Picture
This is an 8 1/2 x 11 layout of one of my daughters and her new haircut. All of my girls have naturally curly hair, and trying to find a hairstyle can be difficult. We think this one is a keeper. :)

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I used the scissors from the Miss Tailor Set since the layout was about my daughter's haircut. I added various silver paints and a silver brad so that the scissors would look more realistic. I also used leaves from the Natural Sprigs set. I added watercolors, mists, and embossing powders to vary the colors and textures on the leaves.
For the title, I used the Pretty as a Picture chipboard piece. I started with a layer of gesso then added various pink paints and mists to get the colors you see below.
Papers: Maja Design 11th of March and Kitchen Garden, Prima Happy, Paper Trey Ink cs 
Blue Fern Studios chipboard: Miss Tailor Set (w/Tim Holtz Distress Paint brushed pewter and Inka Gold silver), Natural Sprigs Set (w/Luminarte dragonfly wing and olive vine and Lindy's Stamp Gang tannenbaum green gold ep), Pretty as a Picture (w/Luminarte fairy plum and Glimmer Mist pink taffy)
Tools: Prima checkered stencil 
Embellishments: Prima Tatiana Victorian flowers and leaves; Divine Twine; 7 Gypsies tag; Tattered Angels Plain Jane grass mist; Making Memories silver brad; sewing machine

A Fall Card
The new Fall Foliage chipboard by Blue Fern Studios was perfect for this Fall card. I have plenty of inspiration around as I watch the leaves changing in our yard. I am sure a lot of you do also!
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I misted the leaves with water to peel up the edges and make them look realistic. I then covered them with various mists, embossing powders, and gelatos to make the color of each leaf different.
Papers: Memory Box Nightfall and notecard 
Stamp Ink: Colorbox Fluid Chalk blackbird 
Stamp: Michael's $1 bin stamp 
Blue Fern Studios chipboard: Fall Foliage (w/various embossing powders and mists) 
Embellishments: misc. burlap, misc. twine, hand-dyed Hug Snug with Maya Road latte metallic mist

Say Cheese
For this 8 1/2 x 11 layout, I used photos of the little girl my daughter takes care of. She is such a cutie. Each layout I create, I give to her mom to put in an album I have given to the family. She does not scrap so I hope she enjoys this latest page for the album!
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To color the Broken Rings chipboard, I added a layer of gesso then various paints and mists to get a variation of color on the rings.
On the title "Say Cheese" piece from the Picture Perfect set, again I added gesso, paints, and mists to get the different colors of orange you see. I liked the dotted effect too. Sometimes when my mister causes these dots, I will smooth them out with a paintbrush but I left the dots this time.
Papers: Kaisercraft On This Day, My Mind's Eye The Sweetest Thing, Bazzill cs 
Blue Fern Studios chipboard: Picture Perfect and Broken Rings (both painted and misted with Mister Huey hot dog mist) 
Stamp Ink: Prima chalk ink dry sand, Colorbox Fluid Chalk blackbird 
Tools: EK Success binding edge punch, Martha Stewart arch lattice punch, Prima checkered stencil
Embellishments: Prima Corine flower and Soubrette B flower; Petaloo Wild Blossoms paprika; Elle's Studio tag; Kaisercraft Hopscotch Collectables; Tim Holtz mini gears; 7 Gypsies mini key; Wild Orchid Crafts leaves; misc. twine; sewing machine

Blue Fern Studios DT Call
I have such exciting news for my blog readers today Blue Fern Studios is having a design team call. Most of you know I have been designing for them all year, and it is a true blessing. I LOVE the product. In fact, I can't scrap without it. LOL! And Leslie and the team are amazing. I hope you will check out the call details (click here) and join in the fun! Deadline for submissions is November 15th!

I hope you have enjoyed my creations today and that you are inspired to grab some Blue Fern Studios chipboard and begin creating! Have a blessed week!

10 comments:

Little Birdie Blessings said...

Hi Patter, your scrapbook layouts and fall card are over the top. You have such a nice flair for putting all the right pieces and colors together. Your daughter is a lovely girl and seems very happy sporting her new hairdo. I like it! ~ Abby

Mary Pat Siehl said...

your first layout is just beautiful of your daughter! beautiful work

Lisa Griffith said...

I love your projects here Patter, they are truly gorgeous! You have really done wonders with the chipboard and I love the lo with the silver scissors, and the fall card is just amazing!

Lisa Rukin Swift said...

Absolutely beautiful projects, Patter! Love the scissors on the first page. How perfect are those!?!? :)

Mirabyll said...

Lovely projects all three of them! The details and the lovely photos makes it a true joy for the eyes! Thank you so very much for sharing!

Valerie said...

I always LOVE it when you share your projects! I am always inspired by them. The layout of your daughter is simply gorgeous. I think it is b/c of the beautiful photos of her. Her new style is very flattering for her. I SO know what you mean by curly hair! aarrgghh...oh how I dislike humid days! :)
Blessings,
Valerie

artfulscrapbooking said...

Beautiful projects!! You can really work the mists and embossing powders! :) Evie

Fleursbydesign said...

Beautiful projects love the first layout with the scissors so pretty :)

Dianne said...

It's always so fun to look at your projects. Your daughter's is especially pretty!

Erica said...

Wow! These projects are amazing. So much detail. Love your daughters cut - hope she still likes it as well. I have a hard time finding a hairstyle too.

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