Tuesday, August 27

Tags and precious memories

First up I want to say a huge thank you to everyone on all the really sweet comments on my last project. Congrats to Helen, who was our winner for the Ruby Rock-it/Scrap FX blog hop.

Today I have some shares from the ManorHouse Creations blog. First I made a set of matching tags using similar flowers in different colours. The tags have a little tent style stand on the back to help them to stand up on their own as a display. I have also used an ornate frame that I coloured with mist, and some sentiment banners.

Next up is a layout from our ski trip to New Zealand. We were so lucky to be staying right on the the lake with some snowy mountains making a really nice background for some pics of the kids, especially Amelie for her birthday.

MHC products used: Felicity layout pack, Glitz card pack, Leaves.

Thanks for looking.

Friday, August 16

Blog hopping with Ruby Rock-It/Bella! Fundamentals and Scrap FX

Welcome to a very FUN and creative next few days here as we the Ruby Rock-It designers join Scrap FX's amazing talent in a 2 day blog hop!

 I am so lucky to be on a team with so many awesome partner companies. This month we are pairing up with Australian chipboard company Scrap FX (Yay for Australian companies).

Each day there are awesome sets of designers blogs to visit for great ideas and inspiration, featuring how to blend our sets of products:)
Here's today's participating designers:
You are here>>>Alicia Barry
And now let's take a peek at our prizes!!!

Our beautiful NEW Summer release: At Last papers and embellishments! 

And a beautiful assortment of Scrap FX's gorgeous laser cut chipboard fun! 

Scroll down for details on how you could be a winner.

Now, onto a little project I created for this hop. This started out as a plain white photo frame with the word family attached. I have used papers from My Romance with a little Arcadia thrown in, along with lots of pieces of Scrap FX chipboard, which has been gessoed, misted and embossed. 

See the co-ordinating trim from Mother Nature!

Notice how the chipboard piece has a fern pattern?? Perfect for our New Zealand holiday pics.
I love the intricacy of the chipboard title.

** Visit each participating designer's blog
each day on the hop & leave a comment. 
There are only a handful of blogs each day, 
so it's VERY do-able! 
{make sure you include your email address so we can contact you if you win}

For additional chances to win:

* Become a follower here at Ruby Rock-it 
* Head over to Facebook and *LIKE* us and
leave a message telling us you came from 
the blog hop
Deadline to leave comments for prizes
11:59pm EST, Monday, August 19th.
Winners will be announced on The Twinery and our blogs on Friday, August 23rd!
If you get lost along the way, you will be
able to find a complete list of participating
blogs each day here at Ruby Rock-it and over at Scrap FX!

Thanks for coming to take a look.  I would love it if you would like to become a follower of my blog.

Now head over to Beckie Dreyer for another project using the same paper line and the same fern chipboard .

Thursday, August 15

Snow fun with Spellbinders for Down Under Direct.

Here's a recent share from the Down Under Direct blog.  I've combined Bo Bunny papers with a few Spellbinder dies in white. Spellbinders do have snowflake dies, but I don't have them just yet, so I chose this intricate die to represent the snow theme, without being quite so literal. They have a tiny hint of sparkle added to them too.

Tuesday, August 13

A quick Manor House Creations share

This one was just up on the Manor House Creations blog.

I used lots of pretty Manor House flowers on this one, including some of the older range. The papers are from Kaisercraft.

Products used:  Teeny Weenies: white, Little Sweeties: white, Capri: aqua, Glitz: blue, Eternity, Wishes: Serenity

Make sure you come back later in the week for a fun blog hop. 

Friday, August 9

Some newness from Ruby Rock-It

Here's a little something I put together using the new My Romance papers from Ruby Rock-It. Even though they are designed as a wedding range, it was just too easy to pull out a few pages to use as a baby boy page. I can't believe this is Kyan. I barely even remember him looking so little. 

Also this month, we had the opportunity to work with one of Becky Fleck's new sketches for her Pagemaps website. You can see it here.  Here's what I came up with using My Romance as well.