Sunday, July 27, 2014

Birthday decor featuring Bella! Sugar Candy Card stock

Hi everyone!!  I have some Birthday decor to share with you that's perfect for your little ones birthday party- or really for any Disney lover.  I created these fun candy  treats using Ruby Rock-It's Bella Sugar Candy Cardstock- just the name of this luscious paper makes me want sweet treats.

Here are some close-ups of all of these treat holders.

I used some simple circle punches to create these cute minnie ears.  

These sweet little candy tubes are topped with a simple medallion and a minnie head as the center

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Thanks for stopping by and happy scrapping!!

Friday, July 4, 2014

Happy 4th of July!!!

Hi everyone!!  Happy Independence Day!! I have a little banner to share with you that I made to celebrate this special day!

I used the beautiful new range from Ruby Rock-It called Oriental Chic.  The colors are just perfect for the 4th, with it's rich blues and warm reds.

Here is a close-up of the banners pieces.  I also made pin wheels to place in between each banner piece.  It's just a fun way to add some interest to a banner and give it some fullness.

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Thanks for stopping by!  Have a fun and safe 4th!  Happy Scrapping!

Sunday, June 29, 2014

3D Star Tutorial featuring Ruby Rock-It Bella! Sugar Candy Paperz

Hi everyone!!  I have a video tutorial to share with you on how to create 3D stars.  Here is a card that I shared earlier this month with a 3D star.
And here is a better look at the star.
You don't need a lot of tools to create this star.  Here is what you will need:
A five pointed star cut from paper (you can use a die, a die-cut machine, cookie cutters or hand cut it)
a bone folder
a ruler
adhesive (I like Beacon's 3 in 1 or Helmar's adhesive)

So cut out a star (or two or three) and try this quick and easy tutorial!

Here's the link:

Supplies used:
Just in case that was a little fast for you, here is a mini step by step to help you along.
1. score your star from the tip of a point straight down to the valley between the two points beneath it.
2. repeat with the other 4 points until you have scored all 5 points in half.
3. fold and crease all of your score lines.  You will notice that the star has started to look dimensional.
4. from the top of the star, fold and crease the score lines.  
5.  You now have a fun 3D star!!
You can glue this star onto your projects, string a bunch together for a garland for your next party, 4th of July BBQ or even for your Christmas tree, or even make some uber-cute princess/fairy wands!!

Thanks for stopping by and Enjoy!!

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Vintage Inspired Cards

Hi everyone!  I have a couple of cards that I created using the new Bella! Mother's Mini Theme range to share with you today. Even though this paper is themed towards all things Mom- which is awesome!, I love finding ways to use product in a different way.  The color palette of this range is soft hues of pink and minty teal with a pop of black- which is just perfect for vintage inspired paper crafting in my opinion.

Here are the cards that I created.

I made this sweet little cupcake card using the Fundamentals Imprints card bases.  I can't express enough how awesome these card bases are!  I'm often disappointed with the bases that I find in the big box stores- they are thin and flimsy.  But let me tell you, these Imprint card bases are made from such a wonderful heavy weight cardstock.  Even though the card bases are pretty standard in terms of shape (which is perfect for most cards mind you), with a little imagination and a few snips with a pair of scissors, I made this cupcake.  I also used the Cloud squeeze Punch from Fiskars, our product swap partner for the month.  I layered the little clouds to create an icing top for my cupcake (remember how I like to use things in different ways, lol).

I pleated some Sugar Candy Cardstock (doesn't that sound yummy) to make the bottom of the card and had fun embellishing with a Bella! Buckelz, trims and a Fundamentals Tags.

I made this second card using the beautiful glittered Bella! Mother's Mini Theme Die Cut pack as embellies.  There is such a wide variety of beautiful shapes in the package, and did I mention they are glittered as well :)

Here are a couple of close-ups of the Die-Cuts layered.

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A huge thank you to Fiskars for their generosity!!  They are a wonderful company with high quality cutting tools that are perfect for all of your crafting needs!!

Thanks for stopping by and Happy Scrapping!!

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Creative Cards

Hi everyone.  I have a couple of cards to share that I created using the beautiful Bella! Year in Review range.  It's that time of year for Father's Day and Graduations.  I have a very special someone who is graduating this year and I decided this range was perfect for cards and invites!

I made this fun card with a 3D star.  I used the Bella! bling to create some sparkle trailing from the star- everything is better with sparkle!

Here's a close-up.  I'll have a tutorial later this month showing you just how easy it is to create one yourself!
I also made this money-holder card.  I think any young adult would agree that there is no better gift than the gift of cash.

with just a couple of score lines and a few folds, I made this card with a slide out cash holder. I love how the Bella! Buckelz adds just the right amount of pizzazz. 

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Thanks for stopping by and Happy scrapping!!

Monday, June 2, 2014

Ruby Rock It Blog Hop

Hello Ruby Rock-it Fans!  Welcome to our June blog hop - we are featuring our beautiful Bella! Year In Review and our awesome Fundamentals Cards!

Here's the order of the hop, and please start here on our blog:

Here's a look at our fabulous's our gorgeous Bella! Year In Review collection!
This is the card that I created using the beautiful Year In Review Range

Here's a better look at the star.  Later in the month, I'll have a tutorial on how to create your own 3D star.

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Now it's time to hop over to Kaka's blog for some more fun!!

To be eligible for this beauty...please leave a comment starting on our blog, and then leave a comment on each of our designer's blogs!

Comments will close on June 6th at 11:59pm PST, and we will announce our winner the following week!

Thank you for hopping along with us!

Thursday, May 29, 2014

Oriental Chic Cards

Hi everyone.  Today, I have a  couple of cards that I created with the beautiful new Oriental Chic range along with a stamp from our swap partner, Some Odd Girl Stamps.

This card was so much fun to create!  The colors in the Oriental Chic range are so rich and warm, yet they are really versatile for everyday use.  I also had a lot of fun coloring!

The embellishments from the Oriental Chic range are awesome as well.  I layered some of them and used some foam adhesive to create dimension.

I also created this cute little card.  This beautiful bird embellie is from the Die Cut Pad embellishment pack.  Each pack has multiple designs in the pad and 3 of each design.  I think my favorite part of the pack is one of the sheets from each design is glittered.  Everything is better with glitter!!

Supplies used:

Some Odd Girl:

Spellbinders Dies:

Thank you to our swap partner:  Some Odd Girl.  You can visit them here

Thanks for stopping by and happy scrapping!!