I'm here to share my last layout for Blue Fern Studios. As the year ends, my term with Blue Fern comes to an end. It's been a wonderful year. So here is my last layout.
I started out this layout with the Holiday Treats paper from the Vintage Christmas 2 collection. I put a light coat of white gesso in the bottom part of the paper, where my main composition will be. I then used some modeling paste through a brick stencil. Green inks to add a bit of color, and some stamping complete the background work.
My trees comes from the Winter Forest set. I covered them with Antique Gold Imagine Ink embossing powder.
Behind my photo, I used a part of the Mémoires Frame, also covered with Antique Gold embossing powder. On the picture above, You can see a cute little guy that I fussy cut from the Let It Snow paper, from the Vintage Christmas 2 collection.
I also used the Tree Trimmings (Vintage Christmas 2) and the Greeting Cards (Vintage Christmas 1) papers to mat my picture. The cute deer is also part of the Winter Forest set. I embossed it, like I did with every other chipboard on this layout, with Antique Gold embossing powder. On the picture above, you can also see that I used the Grungy Grid stamp.
I even used this tiny piece of the Tree Trimmings paper (the Merry Christmas rectangle). I didn't waste a bit of this gorgeous collection!
My title piece comes from the Winter Titles set. My flowers are from the Attic Charm Glitter Roses and the Tranquil Blooms.
Blue Fern Studios products used:
Holiday Treats (Vintage Christmas 2), Greeting Cards (Vintage Christmas 1), Tree Trimmings (Vintage Christmas 2) and Let It Snow (Vintage Christmas 2) papers
Grungy Grid stamp
Winter Forest, Winter Titles and Mémoires Frame chipboards
Imagine Ink Antique Gold embossing powder
Tranquil Blooms and Attic Charm Glitter Roses
I really hope my layouts from this year inspired you and would like to thank again Valerie and Leslie for having me on the team. I had a blast!
I'll see you in 2017!