Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I find Blue Fern Studios Products?

Blue Fern Studios just opened their doors for business as of January 1st, 2013! Currently you can purchase some of their chipboard at the following locations:

United States
 A Cherry On Top
 Altered Art & Scrap Playground - 513 Main St, Rapid City, SD  57701
 Amazon Recycled 
 Blue Moon Scrapbooking
 C'est Magnifique Kits
 Craft Lab, The (Quality Hardware) -  109 S Second St,  Deepwater, Missouri  64740
 Frantic Stamper
 Paper Wings Productions 
 Scrapbook Diaries, The
 ScrapsNMore -  8724 Sherri Lane   Dittmer, Missouri    63023
 Scraptown Lady 
 ScrapZing - 128 SW Drive, Jonesboro, AR 72401
 Shabby Horse Cafe, The
 Sparkle N Sprinkle -  3016 E College Ave, Ruskin, FL 33570
 Studio Garage Band
 Treasured Memories - 106 Westmark Blvd, Lafayette, Louisiana
 Two Scrap Happy Sisters
 Xaris Scrapbook Boutique - HC 03 Box 14449   Aguas Buenas, Puerto Rico   00703

  Colorful Memories

 Love is in the Details

  Paraskevi Adamidou



 Fotohuset Egersund AS

 Lasting Impression

United Arab Emirates
 Pretty Paper Studio 

United Kingdom
 The Craftz Boutique

For a full list of retailers, you can find them on the Blue Fern Studios blog here:


How do you store your layouts?

Honestly, not very well lol! I can only fit about ten in an album (I use American Crafts D-ring albums)- and because they're expensive- I have many of my projects sitting in piles in boxes. I know- terrible! I have a lot of people ask how I don't crush my layouts...well, as of right now, I don't- because it really is scary sticking them in a plastic sleeve! But eventually, that is where they'll end up...but the memories will be preserved, right?? (okay, going to go cry now...)

I've also been investing in several 12"x12" shadowbox frames to hang my favorite projects. Additionally, I've been doing lots of creating on stretched canvas which can easily be hung immediately after completion!
With 3 little kids, how do you find the time to scrapbook?

I felt it was important to answer this one! Obviously, being a mom to three young children keeps me VERY busy. So I take advantage of naptime and nighttime. I'm someone who cannot scrap when there's too much going on around me- so the quiet sleep times are when I get my work done. Sometimes I can complete a project during naptime which lasts a couple of hours. Other times, I get started then and finish up after the kids are in bed for the night. Being a mom means learning to be flexible, that's for sure!
How long have you been scrapbooking?

Consistently- since July 2010.
Can I scraplift your work?

Absolutely! All I ask is that you credit me for the inspiration- and please, let me know about it! I'd love to have a look :).

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