Helen's Doily by Blue Fern Studios

When I saw this beautiful detailed chipboard, Helen's Doily, from Blue Fern Studios I just had to use it on one of my scrapbook pages.

This is a photo of Little's Sister at Christmas.

This is what "Helen's Doily" looked like originally...
I snipped the center from the doily and which created for me a beautiful snowflake.  I covered both pieces with Gesso.

Paper and Flowers are from Prima, pearls on the paper are from Queen and Co. and the "pearls" on the doily were created using Rangers Enamel Accents.  The title is from Blue Fern Studios covered with Tim Holtz's Distress Glitter.

I purchased my chipboard piece from Blue Moon Scrapbooking.  You can find Helen's Doily HERE.

I'm trying to catch up and get back into the swing of things.  It's that time of the year where I'm prone to being ill.  A few days with a cough and no voice made for a quiet household.  I'm doing well now. 

Have a Crafty Day!


  1. SO pretty! Love the colors!

  2. whoa amazing all the detail so pretty!

  3. This is amazing! I have a large doily die. Now I want to cut it out of chipboard and play with it! Thank you for the inspiration. Thankful you are feeling better. It's strange how it can be difficult to get back into the swing of things, even when that is your happy place! I MUST craft tomorrow! No more gloomy goose!

  4. Stunning. love the doily and I love the background!!

  5. I have been wondering about you~stay well Debby:):). Love the project and the way you gut the doilie, very clever and creative!

  6. Debby, you are so creative! Love how you turned that one doily into two different embellishments and I am amazed at how those faux pearls look. This is an exquisite layout!

  7. Oh Debby, this is truly elegant work! I love the doily treatment. Thanks for posting that sweet comment on my design team work at Blue Fern Studios.


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