Saturday, March 29, 2014

{3} New Creations to Share

Today I have three different projects for youa card, an altered binder, and a layout. All three creations use the new Blue Fern Garden papers. I hope you have had a chance to try them. They are truly wonderful! Now let's look at my creations.

The Card
For my card today, I used the Blue Fern Garden Signature paper. I wanted to create a card that left the paper 'as is' but made it come alive if that makes sense. I did use some of the Blue Fern Garden Timeless paper too for the die cut leaves on the card.

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I also used the Little Bird Set chipboard and hid the bird among the flowers. To color him, I added some distress ink, a little Sharpie for the beak, and a pearl for the eye.
Papers: Blue Fern Studios Signature and Timeless, Memory Box notecard, Paper Trey ink white cs 
Blue Fern Studios chipboard: Little Bird Set (inked with Tim Holtz Distress Ink and a Sharpie for the beak) 
Stamp Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink brushed corduroy 
Embellishments: Poppystamps Lorelai Leaf die, Stampin' Up Fancy Fan embossing folder, Kaisercraft chocolate pearl, Wild Orchid Crafts flowers and leaves, Petaloo Botanica pistachio minis, Prima Corine flower, sewing machine

The Binder
I needed a new recipe binder so I thought I would alter this 3-ring binder and turn it into my new recipe binder. I used the Blue Fern Garden Parlour and Calling Cards papers along with the Beaded Strings chipboard.
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To color the chipboard, I put on a layer of gesso followed by some Shimmerz Texturez. Once that was dry, I randomly painted on some Luminarte Twinkling H2Os to match the papers.
Papers: Blue Fern Garden Parlour and Calling Cards 
Binder: Simple Stories 6x8 Sn@p! binder 
Blue Fern Studios chipboard: Beaded Strings (painted Shimmerz Texturez gold mine, Shimmerz Coloringz Mama Sings the Blues, Luminarte Twinkling H2O tahitian blue) 
Embellishments: Petaloo Botanica fuchsia minis, Faux Dried ivory minis (painted blue), and Burlap natural blossoms; Prima black crystals; Basic Grey canvas tag; American Crafts Thickers; misc. black lace; sewing machine

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And finally, here is my 8 1/2 x 11 layout. I used the March Blue Fern Studios sketch challenge for my page. There is still time for you to play along, so I hope you will join in the fun. Click here for the details.

I used three of the new Blue Fern Garden papersIn Bloom, Boudoir, and Calling Cards. I also used three different pieces of chipboardShabby Brick Bits, Blue Fern Bits (hearts), and the title is from the Valentine Word Set.
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To color the Shabby Brick chipboard, I randomly painted on some gesso. I wanted to leave some of it raw since I was coloring the other chipboard on the page. For the Blue Fern Bits (the hearts), I used some embossing powder and various paints to get a glossy and bumpy look. I painted the title from the Valentine Word set with acrylic paint.
Papers: Blue Fern Garden Boudoir, In Bloom, and Calling Cards 
Blue Fern Studios chipboard: Shabby Brick Bits (painted with gesso), Valentine Word Set (painted w/FW Pearlescent acrylic platinum pink), Blue Fern Bits (embossed with Lindy's Stamp Gang ep hibiscus rose orange and painted w/FW Pearlescent acrylic platinum pink) 
Stamp Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink frayed burlap 
Embellishments: Tim Holtz mini paper clip, misc. month ticket, mini paper bag, Prima songbird vine pink flowers, sewing machine

Thanks for stopping by, and remember to join us in the March sketch challenge! Blessings,

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous work :) I love them ALL!!
Becky J abcjones@comcast.net

Valerie Serfozo said...

Such beautiful projects, Patter! You rock the Blue Fern chipboard.

Anonymous said...

Ah, Patter, I missed this one a few weeks back and have just now seen these---lovely! How do you store the binder without mussing the 3-D
stuff on the the outside, though?

Thanks for your inspirations---Jennifer in Ohio

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