This month the team gave you all a sneek peak at two of our newest mini themes - Grandma's Kitchen and Magic & Wonder. Beck and Christine also created some magic with the new Botanical and Coast paper collections. Chez got into the Easter festivities with her gorgeous seed bead projects which included a Cross Bookmark and an adorable mini beaded basket. So in case you missed all the fun, here is a quick wrap up of their projects again.
February brought us the celebration of love with Valentine's Day and our team had plenty of fun experimenting with the new Francheville Glitter Glue. We were extremely excited to give you guys a sneak peak at some of the new Bella! papers that will hit the stores in the coming months. Soo..... in case you missed it, here's a quick February Flashback on all the amazing papercraft and beading inspiration we brought you last month:
Wow what a month! After the craziness of December our design team didn't waste any time getting straight back into the new year, bringing more amazing creations to inspire you all. It's a little hard to believe that we are now in the second month of 2018. Seriously...how quick did January come and go? While we all stop and catch our breath, let's have a look back on all the fun crafty projects our team blogged about last month.
I've got a fun layout with a good mix of Bella collections to share today. One of the main reasons I enjoy scrapping with Bella papers is that they are versatile and so easy to mix and match. I also added touches of Ranger's Distress Inkpads throughout the page to bring it altogether.
It's a brand new year already and I like to take this opportunity to re-stock my card supply for those times when events like birthdays come up before you realize. This is a simple and sweet birthday card, but the design could just as easily be adapted to any other occasion with a quick change out of the sentiment sticker.
We are already halfway through December and I am definitely excited with the Christmas spirit around. Today's glittery share is a masculine and a feminine Christmas card using Francheville's cardstock and glitter set.
I have been putting up Christmas decorations at home with my daughters and they are particularly excited with our Christmas tree. Every year I try to come up with at least one handmade Christmas tree decoration, and this year I created a glittery blue star.
Today I've got a glittery Christmas decoration to share with Francheville's range of Glitter Sets. I chose the assorted brights set with the White glitter to build upon my glittery star.
Welcome to our blog! We're super excited to recap on all of the crafty creations we brought to you in October. This month our featured products were the amazing Tim Holtz Mini Distress Inks. Our team had a ball creating some really cool projects incorporating these inks into their papercraft masterpieces. We also introduced our new Just Bead It Seed Bead range soon to be available from Spotlight stores around Australia and NZ.
Since we are partnering with Tim Holtz products i thought i would have some fun with our Francheville Pastel Card assortment and make up a few cards to share with all of you. I love Distress inks for so many reasons. You can use them to stencil, create backrounds, stamp with and also to color your papers if they don't match with what you are doing.
When i think of glitter papers i always think of princess parties and all the pretty things that you can make for it when you throw a party for your little girl. Today i used 2 colors of our glitter paper in pink, white and silver to create lots of fun little things to make your party even more special. I kind of went a little crazy and had lots of ideas but you can see how easy and fun it is to make things!
If you missed any of our posts during September or you're looking for inspirational craft ideas then here's a quick recap of all the remarkable projects from our team of Ruby Rock-it and Just Bead It designers. Enjoy!
Ruby Rock-It are partnering with Ranger at the moment for some product swaps, and we have been working with the Tim Holtz Distress Ink Minis. I have used them in a couple of ways on this fall inspired Thankful card.
I thought I would try something little different this time with my project. I set out to make an elegant wedding card. I feel that maybe it turned out to be closer to maybe an anniversary card. I started with a gold card, then layered gold glitter, then finally added a metallic cream layer with foam dots in between.
Hi everyone, Beck Beattie here today sharing a sweet card I created on the new Francheville card pack sets. Have you tried these yet? The colours are so fun, versatile so easy to match with the fun Ruby Rock-it and Bella! Paperz