This month I have been creating with the brand new Botanicals range from Ruby Rock-It. I love the soft pastel florals in this collection, and of course I couldn't wait to cut apart those leaves. I'm not usually a big fan of birds on my cards, but this little guy really worked in perfectly sitting on top of the sentiment.
Hi all you journal decorators!! Today is the perfect day to stop by for some quick inspiration for your kids to create some fun covers for their school journals. We have a brand new collection of papers with adorable mermaids and sealife on it called "Under the Sea" so i thought it would make a perfect journal cover. The papers are gorgeous colors and you can fussy cut the images to put them anywhere you want to make a fun underwater scene.
I have used brand new "Magic & Wonder" papers from Bella! to create these cute little girl cards. This range includes some subtle background papers, with bright stripes, and fun cutouts. It also includes a page of cute unicorns and rainbows which all little girls love.
This month is National Craft Month so what better chance do we have but to get our kids involved in it and create some fun projects and get them a little ahead with their skills for creating things for school too. Ruby Rock-it has a brand new fun line of Unicorn papers and tags called Magic and Wonder. I created an envelope mini book complete with adorable cards to tuck inside and add pictures and fun memories for a sweet little girls friendship photos or even a birthday!
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:
On the weekend we went to a school production of The Little Mermaid, and the "Under the Sea" song has been stuck in my head ever since. It's no surprise then, that these cute new papers from Ruby Rock-It caught my attention for this weeks' project. I've had this photo from my daughter's mermaid party just waiting for papers like these.
Hey there Ruby Rock-it fans, it's Beck Beattie here to share with you some glitter glue fun. Glitter glue can add such a beautiful highlight to your embellishments. Today I'm featuring it on my flowers. They really gave my card an extra bit of spark!
At Ruby Rock-It we are previewing some brand new paper lines coming to stores very soon. There are lots of really cute mini themes coming This one is called Grandma's Kitchen and stood out to me because of the sweet little florals just waiting to be fussy cut. There is a paper with florals on a white background, and another with a black background which I have used on this card.
Hi and welcome to the Ruby Rock-it blog today. I have a really fun and messy/creative share for all of you that love using stencils and glitter. We have some fabulous Glitter glue colors from Francheville out this season so i thought how fun to use them with a stencil and it works so good! There are so many colors available so you could do this with your kids or get messy and have fun yourself making some gorgeous projects for Valentines this year. Keep reading for a quick how-to!
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.
Hi everyone, Beck Beattie here today with a bit of a different post. I was so excited that the Francheville line was going to be including glitter glue. Who doesn't love a bit of glitter? I'm not sure but I can say my boy's love it as much as me! With slime being all the rage my boys wanted to make some of their own, so we headed off to Spotlight to pick up some supplies. My boys were so excited by the range of glitter colours that I received the day prior that they begged me to use some in their slime. It was the perfect addition!