Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Fun with the We R Memory Keepers Crop-A-Dile

Recently I created some projects for the Create and Craft show using the We R Memory Keepers Crop-A-dile. The layout I am sharing with you today shows a simple way to use the Crop-A-Dile to add eyelets as an accent on your page. I created a pleated paper boarder and used the Crop-A-Dile to punch holes in the pleats. Once my holes were punched I was able to add my eyelets and then set them with the need for several tools, the Crop-A-Dile does it all!

Products used: 
We R Memory Keepers-
  Famer's Market:  Artisan 12x12 
 Simply Spring: Bloom  12x12 Textured Cardstock  
Country Living: Brown 12x12 Textured Cardstock 
 Down the Boardwalk: Pier 12x12 Textured Cardstock 
 2 Edge Punch: Raindrop 
  Lifestyle Craft Punches: Hearts

Friday, March 7, 2014

Fusion blog hop with Ruby Rock-It...

Hello Ruby Rock-it Fans!  We are so excited to be creating with our gorgeous new Fusion collection that debuted at CHA Winter!
Each color family has 4 beautiful double sided patterned papers, and they blend so nicely with our Sugar Candy card stock, Bella! Bling our Fundamentals embellishments!
Here's the order of our blog hop... RRBF Blog
Alicia Barry
Beckie Dreyer
Carrie Walz
Erin Yamabe
June Goh
Liana Suwandi
Linda Kretz
Pattie Beltran
MAKE SURE YOU LEAVE A COMMENT ON EACH DESIGNER’S BLOG AND THEN ON THE RUBY ROCK-IT BLOG ONCE YOU’RE DONE HOPPING ALONG RUBY ROCK-IT TRAIL! Our prize includes the entire Fusion collection! That's all 6 fabulous colors! Comments will close on Monday, March 10th at 11:59pm PST, and we will announce our winner later in the week!

Monday, February 24, 2014

Sneak Peek revealed...

If you saw my sneak peek the other day you can now see the full creation! You can also see this and a whole bunch of other inspirations using the Ruby Rock-It Mini Ranges over at the their blog. All month the design team has been sharing some wonderful projects showing off this line...

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Sneak Peek...

I am going to be up on the Ruby Rock-It blog tomorrow, thought I would share a little sneak peek with you...You will be getting to see one of the new Mini Ranges that we have been creating with all this month.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Linking up with Paper Issues again...

Hi everyone! Today I am linking up to Paper Issues again for the new theme they have going on. "Color by Numbers".  Don't forget, you can interpret this any way you see fit. I am choosing a layout showcasing a number as one of the main focal points. Make sure after you are done looking here you link up one or more of your wonderful creations because not only do we all want to see your work...there is an awesome prize from the sponsor.. Pinkfresh Studio!

Products used:
Bella! Boutique School Days Chip Accents 
Bella! Boutique School Days Inspiration Kit 
Bella! Boutique School Days Paper Pack 
Bella! Boutique School Days Words to Go 
Bella! Boutique School Days Shapes to Go

Friday, February 7, 2014

Ruby Rock-It Blog Hop...

Hello Ruby Rock-it Fans!  This month, we are featuring our beautiful, vintage inspired set of NEW MINI RANGES!  
We have SO many categories...Mother, Father, Christening, Family, Baby Boy, Baby Girl, 21st Birthday and Military!  Each range comes with 3 double sided patterned papers, a fun 3d sticker set, and fun die cut pack!

Here's the order of our hop, in case you get lost along the way...
Our prize includes our winner's choice of two of our Mini Range papers and embellishments!
 Comments will close on Sunday, February 9th at 11:59pm PST.  We will announce our winner the week of February 10th!

Monday, February 3, 2014

Linking up with Paper Issues...

So, is everyone calmed down from the Super Bowl yesterday? To me it was just another excuse to eat lots of yummy food that has no nutritional value what so ever! It also means that we are that much closer to me getting to watch baseball and cheering on my my ROYALS...but enough sports talk for now, today I am sharing with you a card I made some time ago. I never shared it with you because it was kind of a sore subject for me. I made this card for a magazine submission and I really thought I had a chance of it getting picked up but the magazine thought otherwise. LOL! So today when I was checking out the Paper Issues blog and saw the new theme they had going on I figured it was time to share...the theme is quite simple "Fill Er Up". What I really love about Paper Issues is that their themes are so open to any type of interpretation so this is my take on that theme. I made the card with a pocket off of a pair of my daughter's old jeans and "filled" it up with pretty felt flowers...