Wednesday, August 27, 2014

All Loved Up With Ruby Rock-It

Good morning and how are you?  Today I am here to share with you a little project I made for a stunning bride and her groom. 

One of the many reasons I scrap is so that people can remember their special moments.
I really wanted to make this all about them and had an idea to add in their wedding invite. My wedding invite is packed away in a box and I thought it this would be a great idea, so here are the basic items I started with .....

I then added in the gorgeous Bella! At Last collection as the greens matched perfectly!!
To decorate the bottom of the circles I add a lily which I made using the Spellbinders Create a Stargazer Lily die. I could not believe how quick it was to make.

I cut off the top section of the invitation and added to the layout as an embellishment.  The little doves are just beautiful and sit nicely at the end of the flowers.

Here is the finished layout out of the frame.

Products Used
Ruby Rock-It Bella! Bling

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Monday, August 04, 2014

New *Handi Scandi* from Ruby Rock-It

Well there is nothing to be blue about this Monday when you take a look at one of the colourful new range Handi Scandi from Ruby Rock-It

The bright and cheerful designs just pop from the kraft background and if you want something a little more subtle the backing papers are just as awesome!  I love the kraft paper with the bold designs so I made a layout using them

Selfies are everywhere and this has to be one of my favourites at the moment my DD and her BFF.  I am never afraid to add those not so perfectly exposed photos to pages because 'heck' they are what creating memories are all about!

Oh and the embellishments ..... just brill!  
With the addition of epoxy tears/rain drops and twine it has everything you need for completing your projects (well minus the glue!!)  On the photo above I have used the camera, which is glittered, from the 3D sticker pack and below are snippets of the double sided embellishments from the tag and die-cut pack.

Products Used

This range is going to be brilliant for scrapping those summer holiday memories.

I hope I have taken away those Monday blues for you
Have a great day

Sunday, August 03, 2014

Wedding Crackers

The summer season brings lots of weddings and today I thought I would share a little idea that could be used as favours for the guests.  I have this amazing die from Xcut which is a cracker and along with the Bella 'My Romance' Wedding range it is just perfect for creating these non Christmas crackers.  

Once I made the crackers up and filled them with goodies.  I tied them with some ribbon and then made some toppers to go on each of them. 

I used the spellbinders scallop and circle dies for the base of the toppers and then added some of the Bella! wedding embellishments to finish them, the little 'Bride and Groom' toppers are in the die-cut pack.   
I pierced some holes around the edge.

Products Used

The Bella! My Romance collection is a soft pink and blue palette but of course these would look amazing in the other Bella! Wedding ranges which can be seen on the Ruby Rock-It website.

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Saturday, July 12, 2014

A Little Bag Charm

When I opened my box of goodies from Epiphany Crafts, I was rather excited about one of the products sent to me.  I used the beautiful Ruby Rock-It Heritage collection along with the Epiphany Crafts Metal Charms to create this wee bag charm.

The Heritage collection comes with fantastic embellishments which included 3D butterflies but for this I was drawn to using the wood vaneer.

I painted the bird cage using some metallic paint as I wanted it to look like metal.  Once it had dried I added some bling and lace .

Next I inked one of the flowers from Ruby Rock-It's Oriental wood vaneer with some Tim Holtz distress inks.

These little charms from Epiphany crafts are brilliant for framing mini photos and matching embellishments.  The photo I used was tiny but I was able to get the two faces in and sealed with the circular bubbles.  

The little beads I threaded on the wire, which hold the photo charms, are strips of the Heritage paper rolled up and secured with glue.

To finish the bag charm I glued an extra piece of paper at the back of the bird cage after securing the charms in place. Then I added a key chain and tied some ribbon around the top.

Tuesday, July 08, 2014

The Mythical Kelpies

This week we have been sharing lots of layouts on the Ruby Rock-It blog and today it is my turn to share my creation.

We recently visited these 'Kelpies' a mythical Scottish creature in Falkirk.  They really were amazing and the detail created with all the different shapes of metal was awesome.

The layout was created using the Ruby Rock-It Mother Nature collection.  The colours of this range are so pretty and as the photo was filled with silver I didn't want to take away from that.

The Creative Team were lucky enough to be send some product from Epiphany Crafts. punches and bubbles from Epiphany Crafts.  I made some little flowers using the Flower Punch and Flower Bubble caps. They are SO easy to use, pop your paper in the punch, add a 'bubble', close the lid and punch!  Perfect!  No more hunting for matching embellishments!

When it came to the title I only had some white alphabets so I used a promarker to change it to a grey colour.

Products Used 
Papermania Capsule 12 x 12 Card
Promaker Ice Grey 4

So are you inspired to get creating today?  
If you are enjoy yourself :)

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Saturday, June 28, 2014

Beyond The Page - Teachers Gift & Card

It's that time of year again when I head into the craft room and start creating thank you gifts for the teachers.  When I was sent the Ruby Rock-It Heritage I just loved the colours of it. Beautiful and soft with a vintage feel to it which is something I am enjoying working with at the moment.

Product Used :

If you are anything like me you'll have what seems to be a million and one empty jam jars so I decided to decorate one of them so we could fill it with sweets for the teacher.

I cut strips of paper and then added them around the jar along with some lace trim to add some texture.  The Bella! bling on the brown paper really finished it off.

I then had a lot of left overs so decided to make a card that would coordinate with the decorated jar.  

As I only wanted a small card I used the packaging of the bling as I just love the scripted background.  I needed to cover the back of the card so I used on of the die-cuts from the pad and trimmed off any excess.

The butterflies in this collection are brilliant embellishments and I even cut some from the papers to add to the card.

My littlest person is really looking forward to filling this with some treats for her teacher.

Hope you are inspired to get decorating your old jam jars!!

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Wednesday, June 25, 2014

[W] Wednesday

Time really does fly doesn't it and I suppose this is why I take so many photos to remind me of all the fun I have had and the people that I have met.  Scrapbooking makes my photos into more of a story and this is what I needed to do with a recent picture I took.

I trained as a nanny and this beauty was only 5 weeks old when I started looking after her.  This photo is taken 21 years on celebrating her birthday .....  the Bella! 21st Birthday Mini Theme Collection was just perfect for this 

and here is the layout I created using it

My dress changed between a purply-blue and pink so I couldn't resist using the Bella! Sugar Candy Glittered card stock for my background!  

I used the die cuts in the range to help tell the story and also cut some of the greetings from the Birthday Wishes paper to add to the page. 

And of course .... every girl needs some 'bling' so the Bella! Bling is perfect for this!

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