Monday, July 18, 2016

Photo Shoot at The Rubber Buggy and ScrapRoom Challenge

Today I am using the ScrapRoom Freaky Fast Formula Challenge and my products from The Rubber Buggy to create a dance page... for a dear friend. 

Supply List:
The Rubber Buggy Products
Paper: Graphic 45 Christmas Carol 6x6 pad
Accents: ART C emphemera
Other: cardstock, SRM stickers, twine, ribbon

Below is the pieces of paper that were in the list above to start my page... and it's in my proposed layers that will work with my photo.

In the close ups you can view some of the additional accents from ART C emphemera.

Here you view the SRM sticker border accent, the doily and matted smile accent.

Celebrate section is clustered with clear accents. On the left side is a simple ribbon staples accent.

To tone down the white section I used a border stencil and inked it.

Thanks for visiting today... I always love sharing with you. Hope you'll take time to check out some of the amazing products I get to use.

Thanks for stopping by... enjoy your day.


Adore at the Robin's Nest

HI.. today I am sharing this fab photo of my eldest Grand Daughter and her cat Miles. She loves him and he adores her so they are a great match. He is always there to great her when she comes home.
Because of his colouring I chose this paper... it was perfect. Add a touch of misting, stenciling and some chipboard and it's perfect.. along with some fun archival seed accents. It's a bit plain but it works with this photo. Some time simple is best.

Supply List:
The Rubber Buggy Products:
Other: cardstock, chipboard, ink, stencil, mist spray, rubon, doodling, black pen

1. Mist first. 
2. Position the papers and photo and determine the spots to stencil. 
3. Glue down the background paper.

4. Work on the matting of photo with more background paper and then position the chipboard to base all the layers.

5. Position the photo and chipboard, Add the title, more circular rings and some dew drops
6. Add archival seeds.

7. Add some additions alpha letters and rubon accents to the title cluster section. 

Sunday, July 17, 2016

Sunday Card Sketch at Turtle Soup Birthday Bash... and using my newest DT products from Fab Scraps

hi... so how is your weekend? Mine is super so far. Today I am using the Turtle Soup Sunday Sketch for the Birthday Bash and my newest products from my DT at Fab Scraps

Supply List:
Stencil: TCW
Die: Spellbinders
Stamp: Heartfelt Creations
Ink: Tim Holtz mini pad
Other: Cardstock, pearls
Sketch: Turtle Soup Bev Code

Using the sketch I created my card. 

In the close ups you get a better view of some of the details..... what amazing products, stencils and fun accents.

Thanks for stopping by.... if you love the sketch be sure to visit the Turtle Soup to play along... we are celebrating Birthday Bash with challenges, games and many prizes too.

Friday, July 15, 2016

Thank you very Much card using sketch from Feeling Sketchy and Fab Scraps Products

Hi everyone.. so how is your day going? I'm having a great day ... actually taking time to scrap again after moving.  It not so easy any more when your my age.. but OMG we made it... so far at least. We are temporarily staying with my mom while finding our last dream home. Feels good to have creative time again. So using this amazing sketch from Feeling Sketchy and my DT products from Fab Scraps I created the fabulous card above.

Supply List:
Paper: Fab Scraps C86 Mother Nature Collection 005 Wild Olives, Card Stock
Accents: flowers, bead leaves, brads
Punch: Kreaxions #309
Sentiment: Stampendous stickers
Pen: white signo gel 
Sketch: Feeling Sketchy

If you love the sketch and are feeling inspired... come play along with us on the blog,,,, link your project and we'd love to comment on your project.

Thanks for joining me today. 

Monday, July 11, 2016

The Rubber Buggy ... Memories using Lemon Craft and ART C ephemera collage kits

Hi.... so how was your weekend? Mine was perfect thanks.
Today I am sharing a super page using the Monday sketch below from Turtle Soup and the White plus 1 Challenge.  I am using my products from The Rubber Buggy.

Supply List:
The Rubber Buggy Products
Paper: Lemon Craft Forget Me Not
Accents: ART C Ephemera Collage Kits word play, family
Stencil: TCW 455s Mini Love Post
Flowers: Wild Orchid Crafts
Ink: Tim Holtz mini pads
Brads: Graphic 45 Shabby Chic Ornate Metal
Other: cardstock, black pen, twine

STEP #1: Gather all your papers, accents, trims, stencils and photo(s). 

STEP #2: If using a sketch... as I am ...  layout the layers of papers and accents to fit the sketch... and take a photo so you can dismantle and start gluing. 

STEP #3: I like to save paper when layering... so I cheat and the 3 layers behind the dark mat of photo are just pieces so I could save the pieces for yet another project or card. I inked all the edges and glued the layers together

STEP#4: Estimating where the photo section is going I marked it and ink stamped over the stencil only where ink will be needed to show after the photo is added.

STEP #5; I decided the photo section was a bit plain so before gluing down or placing on the photo to add a few rounds of twine. This way it can be glued down firmly all at once. 

STEP #6: After gluing down the photo with all the layers I then designed the clustered section with lots of flowers, arrows, doily, chipboard and accents 

STEP #7; For the title I used some ephemera accents and combined chipboard and clear plastic title.

STEP #8: In this section you can see the stenciled section, the title and I added a extra tab behind the layers and added a plastic butterfly accent. 

STEP #9: In this section you can see parts of the cluster but also the fun small pennant accent.

STEP #10: To add more texture, depth and dimension to the corner I added the brads and some doodles added using micron black pen.

Thanks for stopping by today.... see you again next week.

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Super excited to share the announcement of the newest Off the Rails Design Team

We are super excited to announce the newest Design Team at Off the Rails Scrapbooking.
What an amazing group of talented scrappers who can't wait to share and inspire you.
Visit often and play along too. We have fabulous and supportive sponsors every month too.

Monday, July 4, 2016

The Perfect Moment at The Rubber Buggy using Blue Fern Studios Timeless Collection

Hi ... how is your day going? I have been crafting with Blue Fern Studio Timeless Collection from The Rubber Buggy. What fabulous designs, colours and accents whether single and flat or fussy cut and popped up for depth and 3D looking .... they are all amazing.
Add some stamping with coordinating ink and your page is awesome.

Supply List:
The Rubber Buggy Products
Paper: Blue Fern Studio Timeless
Ink: Tim Holtz  mini ink rusty hinge
Markers: Copics
Accents: Stickles
Stencil: TCW 502s
Other: cardstock, washi tape, chipboard, Queen & Co Twinkle Goosebumps, dew drops, black pen

In the close ups I am sharing you will see better details of the project.

Here you see the fabulous layers, accents, inked stenciling and dew drops.

The upper corner has fun washi tape accents.. and the cute butterfly is 3D for dimension.

I added dew drops to the copic coloured chipboard and side bar.


Thanks for visiting. Be sure to come back again.... for more fabulous product reveals.