Are you ready for another awesome new Bella paper collection? Today I'm showing off the Grandma's Kitchen collection with this cute mini Recipe book. A combination of "vintage fun" mixed together in true Ruby Rock-It Brands style.
Today we step back to April and recap on all the inspiration and imagination shared by our awesome design team. The most obvious and very exciting change this month was the introduction of our first ever Just Bead It Designers to the team. These talented ladies did a phenomenal job breathing life into the humble bead, creating breathtaking inspirational jewellery pieces. Our Ruby Rock-it blog is always filled with amazing creations by our Design team and we post these simply to engage and inspire our followers.
Hi Ruby Rock-it fans it's Teresa here with a fun little gift idea that i used to make all the time to give to teachers and co workers to keep their life a little more organized. All you need is a clear plastic stand up frame and some pretty Ruby Rock-it New York papers and you are ready to create.
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?
Planners are the craze at the moment and today I get to share with you my take on a monthly planner, Bella style.
Our Ruby Rock-it design team did an amazing job getting us into the festive spirit by sharing their inspirational ideas and designs. But if you missed it, here’s a recap of what went down in December:
Happy New Year! It's Beck Beattie here to share with you a fun planner project. So the new year is here, and I'm getting myself organised! I would like to keep myself inspired and want to have some little prompts and words of focus for the year ahead. So using some fun Bella supplies I've created a 'wish' card. Although I haven't yet created my 'wish list' my card is ready to go and i'll add some wishes using a typewriter and then cut them into strips before adding to the card.