Monday, October 6, 2014

Ruby Rock-It Blog Hop with Elizabeth Crafts!!

Hello Ruby Rock-It and Elizabeth Crafts Fans!  We are very excited to be partnering together this month, and to bring you this fun blog hop!

Each of our companies is offering a beautiful prize!  Here's all the fun details on how you will be eligible to win!

Start at the beginning of our hop right here!  And then simply follow the order listed below, making sure you stop and leave some love in the comments section for each designer!  Please make sure to include your email in the comments section, so we will be able to contact you should you win!  

Here's the blog hop order:

So if you have just came from Rita's blog, you are right on track!!  I created this sweet card using the Bella! Pink Fusion range along with the Peel off stickers and die from Elizabeth Crafts

 I used the Peel of Stickers and applied it onto the Fundamentals Vellum.  I then colored in the balloons with gel pens.  This makes a great stained glass look!

I used the new Happy Birthday die from Elizabeth Crafts.  I used it's plain and simple, but these dies are made to cut into your cards and create a cool pop-up effect!

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Supplies used: Elizabeth Crafts

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

For additional chances to win:

"Like" Ruby Rock-It on Facebook, and leave a comment on our page, letting us know you came from our blog hop.

Comments will close Friday, October 10th at 11:59pm PST, and we will announce our winners the following week!  Be sure to come back next week to see if you have won!

Ruby Rock-It is offering our beautiful Essence Empire Bebe collection to one lucky winner!

Thanks for stopping by and good luck!!!

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Halloween Fun!!!

 Hi everyone!! I have a  fun halloween project to share with you today.  Anyone who knows me, knows that this is my favorite time of the year.  I love all of the upcoming holidays and couldn't wait to start  creating some projects.  I made these sweet and spooky little projects.
 Here is a Mummy tea light holder and a Frankenstein card!
Isn't he so cute!!  I used the Bella ! Sugar Candy Card stock as the base and with a couple of circle punches and some fussy cutting, voila!  Frankenstein!!

This little mummy is just a bell jar, covered in strips of the Fundamentals vellum.  I love the look of this- sweet, simple and you could make several to line your walkway to light up the path to your doorway for all of those trick- or-treaters.

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Thanks for stopping by and Happy Scrapping!!

Monday, September 29, 2014

Monday Blues- featuring Handi Scandi

Hi everyone!!  I have a set of cards to share with you on this wonderful Monday morning.  We often hear the term "Monday blues" .  Well, I want to share with you what I do when I have the Scrapbook Blues. Do you know what I mean?  You sit down with fun beautiful product, and you just don't feel inspired by anything that's in front of you.  I have gotten into the habit of picking up a piece of that paper in front of me and I start cutting.  Yes, I start cutting.  I picked up the Cut-Ups sheet of paper from the Handi Scandi range and started to cut apart the tags.  Before I knew it, I was inspired by these adorable owls and started making cards!!  That's all I need, that initial push to cut and the rest is history.

 Here is a close-up of the cards.  I used the Fundamental Imprints Card bases for these cards.  I used a bit of ink to highlight the embossed portion of the card base.  I used an assortment of the Handi Scandi Tags and 3D Stickers.  I love the variety and the fact that so many of the embellishments are glittered!!

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Thanks for stopping by and happy scrapping!!

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Twinery- Ruby Rock-It Blog Hop

Hi everyone!!  We are excited here to be having this awesome 3-Day Blog Hop with the Twinery!!  If you have just arrived from Melyssa's blog, you are right on track.  

I created this fun layout using the newest release from Ruby Rock-It, Handi Scandi and an assortment of beautiful twine from the Twinery!

 I created these double hearts using the solid Maraschino and solid Pink Sorbet twines.  It's such a quick, cute way to embellish your layouts!!

I also made these spider web flowers using an assortment of twines.  I love it when I can incorporate my other crafty hobbies into scrapbooking!

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Ok,so now for some of the fun stuff!!  Below are some pictures of the prizes that are available !  We are giving away the Essence Empire Baby Collection plus 3 spools of Twinery twine!!  All you need to do is hop along to all of the blogs and leave a comment on each blog ( make sure you do this all three days!!)
So now it's time to hop on over to Katrina's blog for some more fun!!
Thanks for participating and Good Luck!!

And here's the hop list in case you get sidetracked along the way, lol.

Thanks for stopping by!!

Sunday, September 7, 2014

Handi Scandi Layout

Hi everyone!!  I have a layout to share with you that I created using Ruby Rock-It's newest release Handi Scandi!  This is such a fun and whimsical paper range that is perfect for scrapping all of your summer memories
I love kraft paper and this paper range is printed on kraft cardstock- Love it!!

I love all of he fun die cuts that coordinate with this paper range!  I used an assortment of the die cuts to highlight my photo-love these girls!!

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Thanks for stopping by and Happy Scrapping!!

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Butterfly Tutorial

Hi everyone!!  I have a  tutorial on how to create your own paper butterfly like the ones I made for my wedding topiary centerpiece the other day.  It's really simple and uses a 3x4 piece of paper- that's it- just your fingers and a 3x4 piece of double sided paper.
Supply list:
3x4 piece of Bella! My Romance Paper

So here is the butterfly all finished.  Let's get started

1.  Cut a 3x4 piece of paper.

2. Fold the paper in half.

3. Fold the paper in half again.

4.  Open the folded piece of paper.  You will press this crease to create a triangle.

5.  you can see this step a bit more clear in this photo.

6.  press the creases well with your fingers.

7.  repeat this step on the other side.

8.  fold in the inner corner slightly.

9.  repeat on the other side.

10.  lift the front flaps slightly

11.  Fold the flap up and press with your finger.

12.  Repeat this step on the other side.  Your butterfly is upside down, turn it 180 degrees.

13.  You now have a finished paper butterfly!!

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Thanks for stopping by!!  We would love to see the butterflies that you create as well!!
Happy Scrapping!!

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Wedding centerpiece featuring My Romance

 Hi everyone!!  I have a cute little centerpiece or table decoration that would be perfect for a wedding celebration to share with you today!
I made a floral topiary that sits in a crystal dish.

This is a fun and pretty simple decoration to do.  I used 2 coordinating sheets of paper from the Bella! My Romance and punch a bunch of hydrangea flowers.  I stacked 2 flowers and used a stick pin through the center to attach the flowers to a styrofoam ball.

I used the Bella! Foiled project cards and Die Cut Pack to create this sweet tag for the centerpiece.

Here's a close-up of the flowers.

And don't forget the paper butterflies that sweetly top the topiary.  There will be a tutorial on how to fold these butterflies in just a couple of days.  Make sure to check  back to see how easy it is to create your own paper butterflies!

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Thanks for stopping by and Happy Scrapping!!!