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Hello, friends! Keely here to share my latest projects with the Eklectique collection. I love the beautiful, vintage feel of this collection. It is not only perfect for sweetheart love, but also the love of a family.
I took this sweet photo of my great niece and nephew at our family reunion last week. It makes me so happy to see each new generation of our family growing and learning to appreciate how important we are to each other.
To create this layout, I cut 16 squares measuring 2"x 2" and arranged them into a 4x4 square. I then layered my photo and embellishments. I think this is a wonderful way to incorporate lots of different patterned papers into one pretty layout.
One of my favorite Ruby Rock-It products is the 4.5" x 6.5" paper pads. I used the Eklectique mini paper pad to create my two projects today. It is the perfect size for cards, but also for creating fun layouts. I also included the Eklectique lace, tags, and cardstock stickers.
I used the same crafty ingredients to create this card. Although, it would be great to send to a sweetheart, this card was actually created for my niece, who is like a sister to me. I incorporated my own vintage goodies with the Eklectique collection, including the button, snaps, and decorative pins.
Thank you for visiting the blog today. I hope you enjoy this new collection as much as I do.
Hello Ruby Rock-It Bella! Fundamentals fans! Hoping you are all enjoying your weekend! It's the end of summer over here for us, so wanted to share one of our favorite memories from one of our Lake trips with you, featuring our NEW Neutral Fusion range!
This range is alot of fun to work with, with its gorgeous tones and beautiful patterns! I enjoyed some fussy cutting to create a border underneath the photo and added in some of our Arcadia lace trim and some of our pearls.
And for the title, I outlined some of the Arcadia alphabet stickers to help it stand out.
Our Decoupage pieces have been well received, and wanted to share with you a quick card!
I paired some of our Neutral Fusion papers here with our sentiment sticker and some of the Decoupage. So easy, and you have a sweet card to give to that special someone!
Here's a list of supplies:
THINKING OF YOU CARD:
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Hi everyone! It's the weekend, and summer is winding down now! Who is looking forward to fall? I love summer, but I always look forward to the colors of fall. Today, I am going to share with a layout I did using my new go to line- Pink Fusion. Here is the layout I created:
This is my ALL TIME favorite picture from this past summer. What is your favorite summer photo? Have you scrapped it yet? Here are some close ups:
Have a great weekend everyone, and enjoy your last few days of summer weather!
Hi everyone! Today I have a project for you using cardstock. I like to step away from the patterned paper every once in awhile and keep things simple. The Sugar Candy cardstock works perfectly for just that. Coated with cute little glittered polka dots this cardstock gives the dimension and the illusion of being more than just cardstock. Tie that together with some RRBF bling and you have a simple layout that really POPS and looks simply Sugar Coated!
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With a Neutral colour scheme like this, it's easy to create a little contrast with more masculine colours such as the chocolate brown tags, and kraft tags, chipboard and letters.
Supplies ("Top of the Mountain"):
Next up is a Birthday invitation featuring our new stepper card bases and Découpage elements:
I added some colour to the base with Sugar Candy Glitter Cardstock, then I had fun layering the Découpage pieces. Playful designs like this clown would be fun for a toddler birthday invitation or greeting card. Just punch out the layers, and adhere with your favorite dimensional adhesive!
Supplies (Birthday invitation):
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Good morning! Debbie here with you today. Today I have three projects to share with you using the Blue Fusion collection. I have to tell you that I had a hard time putting this collection down! In fact I used every little bit that I had, just a few scraps left!!
Recently we took a trip to the northwest part of Wyoming and visited the Grand Tetons mountain range and the Jackson Hole area. If you have never been to the Grand Tetons or Yellowstone area, you should put this on your bucket list because it is a sight to see! While I was there my husband had to work so I took a little road trip to the infamous Jenny Lake. Amazing is all I can say. My first layout has a photo of this gorgeous lake with the Tetons behind it.
The Blue Fusion collection is perfect for this photo!
My next layout is of my sweet little grand daughter Belle all dressed up like a fairy! I did a little photo shopping of the photos, turned them black and white and added a pop of blue to her dress.
And finally a card with the scraps I had left. I may have enough scraps for one more card but for the most part I used this gorgeous collection to it's fullest!
Hope you enjoyed my projects today! As always,thanks for stopping by the Ruby Rock-It Bella Fundamentals blog today!!
Hi everyone! Benedicte here today to share with you a layout using Arcadia collection : I really Love the sweet colors of these collection.
Neutral colors are always a classic, and are so easy to pair with travel pictures!
You can either choose to add a dramatic focal color for a vivid and dramatic pop, or stay in the same color family for a more monochromatic look. I had a really fun picture that went along the monochromatic color look, so I went for a small pop of color with some paper twine in a pretty aqua.
I used a smaller circle punch along the top edge of the paper and the bottom edge of the mat to give mimic the feeling of a postage stamp, and fussy cut some of the beautiful palm fronds out of the patterned paper to finish the tropical feeling that the picture had started.
Hi Ruby Rock-it fans,
I hope you are enjoying your summer so far, ours has been filled with many trips to the pool and birthday parties! We just celebrated my son's 10th birthday this weekend and I thought that it would be fun to make party favors featuring Bella! new fusion line and decoupage party pieces.
Birthday wish treat box:
I created the treat box using my Silhouette Cameo and 3d pyramid gift box cutting file by Lori Whitlock. Bella! fusion papers fit nicely with the party theme.
I used Bella! silver and white lace tape to decorate the boxes, and added sentiments and presents from the decoupage party collection. I just love how these came together, so much better than a store bought treat box.
Very simple and easy to make, and they were a big hit with the kids too!
Thanks for stopping by today, I hope my party favors have inspired you to make your own for your next event!