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Sunday, April 28, 2013

Chipboard Tutoral: Regal Ornaments from Blue Fern Studios

 
 

I enjoyed working on these Blue Fern Studios medallion chipboard pieces because they have some surface space to work on to apply various techniques.  Below is the technique used for the following medallion.







 
 
These are so much fun to make, you can't just make one. I'll be using these pieces on a future project.


And here's the layout I created with the blue medallions:

      






 

8 comments:

  1. Wow! Amazing what you've done to transform the plain chipboard into something that looks like jewelry! Just gorgeous, Joyce!

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  2. I loved reading this post, those medallions look so good, they could either look rusty or colourful, I really love Blue Fern chipboard, just need to find somewhere that stocks them in Australia.

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  3. This tutorial is amazing Joyce!! What an amazing effect.

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  4. Wow Joyce! So stunning what you have done with those blue medallion. They look like expensive vintage brooches now.
    And what a beautiful layout.
    So inspiring

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  5. Oh WOW! Thankyou for your step-by-step, it's so cool. I love the effect. I must give this a try! Just LOVE your layout - your background and use of the chipboard is just fabulous!

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  6. Chiming in with the other ladies here, the chippies really do look like jewelry! amazing effects you have achieved! thank you so much for sharing the secret! xoxo

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  7. Gorgeous chippies. Thanks for the instructions. Definitely need to try this!

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  8. This is soooo cool, I LOVE the effect of this and the LO looks fantastic!! Just discovered your blog via, via (as one does) and love your work, thanks so much for all the inspiration here. I am not a scrapbooker, but there is so much more on your blog, I love it

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