Oh my goodness, what fun ideas we have going on around here right? I'm so very blessed to be on this talented team!
It's Erin here today, and I would like to share a few projects I was asked to create for CHA W with this gorgeous range!
You know me, I really love the fun, & whimsical designs:) And how sweet are those ribbons?
This photo that my Mom snapped, will always be a favorite of mine...and how sweet is it paired with this beautiful line with black/white and some silver!
And this last piece, could very well be my favorite thing! This line is SO much fun to work with!
Thanks for stopping by, and have a great day ahead!
Happy Sunday everyone! Valentines Day is in a couple of days, and since this month is free for all February, I thought I would focus on "Love".... I snapped a photo of my daughter, with her friend in the daycare. They really do love each other and this is the cutest photo ever, how could I not celebrate it with the Paper Doll Collection and some Ruby Rock-it Sugar Candy Paper. The heart border sticker in the collection fit perfect with the theme of the layout. For the felt embellishments, I had the girl hug the heart too! Here is the layout:
Next up, I created a cute card celebrating friendship with the Paper Doll Collection and some Fundamental Rub-ons:
And finally, the LOVE theme wouldn't be complete with a layout of my husband and I on our Wedding Day! Here I used the Bella Wedding Line:
Hope you all have a relaxing Sunday!
Good morning everyone! Carrie here with you today to show you something really fun I made with the Paper Boy line. If you were all following which I know you were...you saw some of the photos our wonderful Rachel put up from CHA. The Ruby Rock-It booth was completed with a wonderfully cool bird cage like gazeebo fully decorated with banners we all made. Today I would like to show you one of mine... I am one to save everything and anything that I think can be used in some sort of crafty way. These old blue jeans were the perfect touch to show off this wonderful line....
Up close you can see all the fun elements this line has to offer and let me tell you...it was so fun to work with!
Thanks for stopping by...can't wait to show you my next project!
Hi Ruby Rock-it fans, JJ here again. Since Valentines' Day is just around the corner, I wanted to share a couple of love-themed layouts - wedding pages to be more precise.
This first page features the pink "Beloved" papers from the Bella Wedding line. I rarely create a page without some sort of journaling, but I treat my wedding scrapbook as just a fancy photo album, so not every page requires journaling - the photos are all from the same event, right? :)
Have you seen these paper lace tapes? I love the added detail these give.
This layout features the black & white "Tie the Knot" papers from the Bella Wedding line.
I made several larger flowers from the papers, and used more of the pearls for centres. You can see more of the lace tapes here as well.
I wanted something like a flourish, so I looped the organza ribbon into swirls.
Thank you for visiting!
February is the time for love and romance. I have some fun projects to share with you today with this theme. First up is a little trinket box with a card. This little project would make a great gift for a friend, mother or sister. (Please forgive my photos...we have had very cold temps and I just couldn't get outside to shoot these projects) I used the Bella Wedding line in Pink for all of these projects.
Next up is a card you can give your sweetie for an anniversary or Valentines Day or just because!!
Thank you for visiting the Ruby Rock-It blog!!! Be sure to check back daily for more great projects from our design team!
I'm glad to get back to you to show you three layouts made with the gorgeous Vintage collection, that I really love. I used this beautiful paper to realize my first project. Its shape is so lovely that you only need a few embellishments and a nice photo to create an amazing work!
I love the banner. Here, I used this one to foreground the word "Memories".
For this second layout, I used this beautiful paper with the fleurishes. A few embellishments from the Wedding collection and some hearts from the Pappergirl collection and you get this vintage and girly layout.
Finally, to create this last page, I used the hearts printed paper and the transparencies from the Wedding collection that enable to highlight your black and white pictures.
The Chipboard alphabet comes from the Paper Girl collection.
With February being a chance to play with whatever collection we wanted, I thought it would be fun to use the Wedding Collection.
First I made a few cards for Valentines day. With this sweet holiday just around the corner, what could be more perfect than these pinks and butterflies?
Add a little bling, and your loved ones will know that they are royalty in your eyes!
The Bella Narratives with the bright silver catching the light were the perfect compliment to the subtle warm glimmer of gold in the pearlized pink paper.
And with this holiday, it only makes sense to share a layout about sweet friends who have created the bond of matrimony to celebrate their love for each other.
Thanks so much for stopping by, and I hope that you have a week filled with love (and some really good chocolate!)
I hope that your Monday is starting off well. We are celebrating free form February here on the Ruby Rock-it blog. Because many of us are just getting back from CHA, Rachel decided to give the team the freedom to create with the collection of our choice. I chose to use the Bella Paper Doll collection for my first project:
Original Beautiful K layout:
Because the pattern papers in this collection are so bold and fun, I decided to keep the base of the layout simple and play around with some stitching on my new sewing machine that I just got for Christmas. I added a chipboard K and felt flower, confetti stickers, and doll banner (also from the Paper Doll collection) and a rhinestone from the wedding collection.
Here is a close up of the stitching.
Those semi circles were a lot of work, but I thought that they added so much fun detail to the layout.
My next project is a layout that I created for the Ruby Rock-it booth at CHA using the Bella Melrose collection.
I also added some tags and flowers from the fundamentals collection. I must admit that it was a bit of a challenge for me at first to create a layout only using black and white but I love the crisp prints and trims in this line and am really happy with the outcome. Both of the collections that I used in my post today can be found at Scrapbook.com and Scrapjazz.com.
Thanks for visiting the Ruby Rock-it blog today, please stop by again tomorrow to see what Benedicte created for Free form February.
I love all the sewing and homespun elements in Ruby-Rock-It's Nostalgia line. When my Mom was in town over Thanksgiving, she gave me a quick sewing lesson and I made my first project--a nightgown for my daughter.
Good morning Ruby Rock-it fans! I don't know about you but one of my fave new Ruby Rock-it products is the little spools of paper twine. The twine is so fun to use and they are super-cute, too!
I didn't want to hide them away in a drawer so I decided to make them into something more decorative to keep on my work table, whilst still being able to use the twine. This is what I came up with...
First I made some paper rosettes with the Nostalgia line. I then decorated the rosettes with paper banners and stickers and attached them to some wire, before adding some hand cut leaves. They really brighten up my space!
Have a great weekend!