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Please Welcome our guest designer, Jana Eubank!

by Ruby Rock-It Bella! Fundamentals | May 29, 2013


Please give a very warm welcome to our May Guest designer...Jana Eubank!


We are beyond thrilled to have her here with us, and here's what she would like to share with all of you, our amazing Ruby Rock-it Fans!


Hello Ruby Rock-It Fans! My name is Jana Eubank and I am so THRILLED to be guest blogging here today for Ruby Rock-It! First, a little about me. I grew up in a family that owns a copy/print business and have always had an infatuation for all things paper. It began with Mrs. Grossman stickers, colorful copy paper, and mini Hello Kitty stationery sets. And now that I'm grown-up it continues with scrapbooking supplies. I adore shopping and collecting all. I started scrapbooking ever since I got married over 16 years ago when I wanted to record our "story" together. Scrapbooking as a hobby became my "best friend" as a young mother when my husband starting working nights. It was a great creative outlet for me, and I loved that when I was finished each night I had a new page full of family memories that my kids could reminisce over. I began trying out for design teams and submitting my work and have been blessed to work with many amazing crafters and companies.


I had the chance to play with the ADORABLE Carnival Queen collection. Bright, happy, candy colors like these are my very favorite to use on my projects. This first page is about the time my kids were able to meet Rapunzel at Disneyland. Flynn Rider even taught my son how to do the "smolder." *giggle* I love how the colors of the Carnival Queen collection perfectly compliment Rapunzel's artwork in the background of the photo. The title was super easy to do with the 4" x 6" card! I trimmed down another 4" x 6" card to use for the journaling block. I used the die cut flowers and dimensional medallions as flower centers to add a girly touch to this page.




This next page is all about my teenager. I used plaid, stars, and stripes for a funky feel. I love how the gold accents add a little shimmer and shine. For a bit more texture, I added microbeads to my title and a punched heart placed in the center of the camera die cut.




This final page highlights a photo of my tired kids after the Field Day at their school last year. I thought the popcorn and circus animals were the perfect accents for a day full of fun! I layered several strips of patterned paper and border elements across the bottom and top of my page. Gem accents from my stash add sparkle and finish everything off.





Thanks again for having me! I love Ruby Rock-It products and had a great time playing with them! If you'd like to learn more about me or see more of my work, I hope you will come visit me at


Happy Scrapping!



Thank you, Jana once more for your time and talent in creating and inspiring for and with us!

Be sure to give Jana some love on her blog...she is doing an awesome GIVEAWAY to one of her fans!

Thanks for stopping by!

Erin Yamabe

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