Tuesday, March 5, 2013


Welcome to the
Ruby Rock It
Blog Hop
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Hello Ruby Rock-it Fans!

  Today, we are celebrating our beautiful
 New Carnival KING and QUEEN ranges
 that are debuted at CHA Winter, and are shipping as we speak.  Come and hop along with us! 
 Ruby Rock-it is giving away an awesome prize pack. 


 You could win your very own CARNIVAL KING range!  Here's the order of blogs in case you get lost along the way!



RUBY ROCK-IT CARNIVAL PARTY RULES

-LEAVE A COMMENT ON EACH DESIGNER’S BLOG AND THEN ON THE RUBY ROCK-IT'S BLOG TO BE ENTERED TO WIN THE CARNIVAL KING PRIZE PACK. COMMENTS MUST BE POSTED BY THURSDAY MARCH 7TH AT 11:59PM PST TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE RANDOM DRAWING.  WE WILL ANNOUNCE THE WINNER ON OUR RUBY ROCK-IT BLOG ON FRIDAY, MARCH 8TH! 



Today I am showcasing what I did with the fun new

Carnival Collection

I created a shadowbox out of an artists canvas that I reversed. I have created these many times in the past and I love doing them.


This range is perfect for this type of work. There are so many fun embellishments in the collection. I used the Pockets to create a frame for my photo and left one side open so the photo could be changed. I added a colored paperclip to keep it closed.




There are so many fun die cuts, stickers and trims in  the Carnival Range. I set the stage with a carousel horse, banners & tickets. I added molding paste in a dot design and added little dots for detailing in liquid pearls.


I detailed my edges with Martha Stewart punches on the beautiful "Tokens & Dotti" pattern paper.



Here is a close up of my photo and the cute little details.

Your next stop is Carrie Waltz.

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16 comments:

TracyM #6773 said...

WOW - what a clever idea and fabulous project Lisa - thank you for the inspiration!!!
LOVE the colours and dimension of your shadowbox, it is fun and cheery from top to bottom :)

Beckie said...

Oh this is SO SO pretty and creative. Adore it!

bbhomepages said...

This is stunning !!! Beautiful shadow box.

liana suwandi said...

oh wow...this is so stunning, i love love love the idea of shadow box :)

teacher jessy said...

Love how u altered the frame! What a great way to include a small pic at the side!

Margie said...

I love this shadow box-perfect use of these papers!

Kris Berc said...

Such a creative and fun project Lisa! Great idea to leave the pocket unsealed so that you can swap in different photos!

Jamie said...

Really intricate and fun. Thanks for the inspiration!

Caryn S said...

Brilliant shadowbox. Reminds me a bit of the carny game booths, but much prettier!!

Carolyn said...

Just gorgeous! I love all your details!!

Linda Kretz said...

This is a wonderful technique for using canvas. You did a beautiful job, and I'm impressed with your use of the rockets and creating a pocket to change your pictures! Terrific!

Cheryl Walker said...

Awwww Lisa this is soooo SWEET!!! I LOVE how you took the backside of the canvas and used it to make a shadow box, what a clever idea!!! Turned out beautiful!!! I LOVE all the papers and things you used!
Hugs,
Cheryl

jeannevidalsmith said...

Just adorable - love your use of the embellishments!

marylouh said...

Never thought about making a shadow box for my layouts. Great idea. Every time I look at the page I see something cute and different - the carousel horse in the middle, the embellishments.I Hope you had a good time at the carnival.

Lillian Child said...

This is visually STUNNING!!! WOW!!

Pattie B. said...

What a beautiful canvas!!

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