The weather is starting to warm up here in California. Flowers are blooming, my roses are out, and spring is definitely here. Not only that, but of course Easter is right around the corner. So, for my projects this week, I decided to make a pretty trio of cards in pastels that could suit either Spring or Easter.
Today I'm sharing a set of super fun ladybird invitations for my daughter's birthday. She's currently obsessed with all things ladybird and she loves how her invitations turned out. Here's a few that I made.....
Today on the blog we recap on all the March Madness. Spring, Florals and Easter dominated our projects this month. Hearts and Stripes, New York and True Romantic papers featured beautifully throughout. Lets recap on what our awesome designers created for us this month shall we?
With Valentine's Day now past, it is time to start looking to Easter. I have been wanting to do a hot air balloon for ages, (well another one, this is my second, but in a different style). I was inspired by Teresa Horner's recent post where she created an Easter banner for her mantle. She used the pastel colours of the Hearts and Stripes range, which made me think of all things fresh and new which of course is the epitome of Easter.
Hi Everyone, it's Beck BT here today to share with you a beautiful card with floral accents. I just adore this New York collection. It has quickly become my 'go to' probably because they feature many of my favourite colours. Today I have teamed it up with lots of my favourite Fundamentals products to create my card.
Planners are the craze at the moment and today I get to share with you my take on a monthly planner, Bella style.
This week I thought I would try something a little different. I decided to make some tags instead of cards. The more I thought about what I wanted to include on them, the more I realised that it was time to go big. These are not your everyday gift tags. They are each 9 inches tall and 4 inches wide.
Hi again and welcome to the Ruby Rock-it blog. My post today is inspired by the upcoming holiday St. Patrick's Day. I dug out all my greens and golds and set to work to make something fun to give for lots of chocolate tokens and cookies and even a card to go with it.
My daughter had a birthday party to go to on the weekend, and at the last minute I was scrambling to make a birthday card because while I have many cards in my stash, they all seem to be geared more for adults.
To highlight the striking features of this adorable collection, we have compiled some of the best projects by our past and present design teams. Our mission is to ignite your creative juices and inspire you with ideas on how you can use the Kraftastic collection for your next work of art.
Hi Everyone, it's Beck BT here with a sweet scrapbook page share. Today I wanted to have fun with the beautiful patterns in the papers teaming it up with the featured doilies of this month. I can't wait to take you through what I've done.
This month has been very busy for our family party-wise as friends and family seem to be celebrating a birthday party one after another. This meant I had to start creating a variety of birthday cards for these special occassions. Today I get to share with you one of these cards featuring Fundamentals' new colors and goodies.
It's Valentine's Day and while we really don't celebrate it in schools back in Australia, they sure do here in the States! This year will be my first time in class on this holiday so I couldn't resist making something a little bit cute for it. I like to give my kids an opportunity to write notes if they want to report something to me, or just want to chat but don't want to do it out loud. So this will stay on my desk even after Valentines day.
I received a Silhouette machine for Christmas and I have been enjoying having a little fun with it lately. I just knew teaming up some cut files with these divine papers and embellishments in the Fundamentals ranges would be just perfect! You may have noticed I have a running affair with the doilies, well today I'm going to show you a neat way to use them on your cards.
February is all about the month of hearts, and this got me inspired to create a heart shaped card suitable for a birthday girl. I've incorporated Fundamentals new cardstock colors, bitty bows, doilies and sentiment toppers with Ruby Rock-It's Bolt collection.