Sunday, September 4, 2011

Ruby Rock- it Blog has moved!

Hi fans :)

We have now moved the Ruby Rock- it blog to

Check it out and post your thoughts on our NEW Ruby blog!

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Ruby Rock- it Facebook page!

Hi fans!

We have now established the Ruby Rock- it Facebook page

Please check it out and become a fan by 'liking' the page :)

Monday, August 8, 2011

Le Jardin and Avalon Creations

Hi all!

Today I am going to showcase some amazing creations by Dawn Bennett. Dawn is a designer for Lila's Scrapbooking & More in Everett, Washington (USA).

She has created some beautiful layouts, a tag and cards using Ruby's Le Jardin and Avalon lines.

So, so pretty - enjoy these - they are gorgeous!

Don't forget to stop by Lila's Scrapbooking at for more inspiration and visit Dawn's blog too at:

Have a great week scrapping!

Thursday, August 4, 2011

CHA Summer 2011

Hi everyone!

I'm Amy... very excited to announce that I will be posting weekly from now on!

I thought everyone would love to see pictures of our CHA booth.

The Ruby Rock- it iteam have extremely enjoyed CHA this year and we are already looking forward to the holiday season!

Please feel free to post comments, I would love to hear from everyone!

Exciting things coming soon... have a great weekend!

Friday, June 24, 2011


We are exhibiting for the first time at CHA Summer this year and we're so excited. Firstly because we're in the middle of a very cold winter downunder in Sydney, Australia and we can't wait to get into some warmer weather. But mostly because we can't wait to meet some more crafty people that we might not have met yet in Anaheim or Los Angeles. We do hope you stop by and see us at Booth #1613. We're in the new exhibitors area for this Show which is right next to Craft Fusion area. Also really interested to see what's going on in this area and all the other fab things people keep telling us about Chicago.

Today is a sneak peak of our new Paper Doll and Paper Boy releases - bright retro inspired collections with 8 patterned papers, 2 glitters and 1 specialty die-cut. Six great embellishments work alongside each collection and we've added a card pack in our favourite designs for good measure. I'm a big fan of the cards as I like to use up my scraps right away after I finish scrapping. It saves so much time when birthdays and the like come around - I can just dig in my card box and not worry about finding time to create something.

In the next few posts next week we'll showcase some of our layouts and the product in more detail so you can see how great these new collections are. In the meantime we're on countdown to Chicago ... happy scrapping!

Monday, April 11, 2011


Woohoo - the kind folks at Bazzill have just made scrapping with Ruby Rock-it a whole lot easier! They've uploaded all of our paper designs (including the wedding range) to their Matchmaker site so check out this link and mix and match your new papers with ease. They've chosen some beautiful colours we can't wait to try ourselves.

We can't wait for our Easter break to take a break from work and spend some time indoors scrapping. Unlike the USA where you have a wonderful Springtime upon you we are heading into darker days and cooler nights as the winter season heads our way. It's our peak scrapbooking time downunder - where chocolate, red wine and new scrapbooking papers reign supreme!

We have some great new invitation designs we're putting up on our ideas gallery on in coming days for those of you that might be planning a special occasion. Our BELLA! wedding range works beautifully when creating handmade invites. More in our next post.

Monday, April 4, 2011


I really loved this idea when I saw it in a Somerset mag last year and thought I'd give it a try for Easter. It's a great addition to any Easter family dinner table as a centrepiece during the holiday. It was really simple to make but required a bit of time to assemble. We've used our Avalon Fantasy paper to create this but only needed 3 sheets.

The first sheet we tore up into pieces. We then paper machied some small foam eggs we found at a local craft store. We did this to 5 eggs and once they were dry we decorated them with ribbon and little pearl stickers and buttons.

We then cut up the other two sheets into 1 inch and 1 and a half inch strips. The larger strips we cut with a scalloped trimmer on each side. The smaller strips were just cut normally. We then curled each strip around a pencil (get a long pencil and you can do quite a few at a time) and set them aside.

To assemble you need some kraft paper - an old paper bag will do if you have nothing else. Place this inside a dessert bowl and weight it down for about 5 minutes so that it takes up the shape of the bowl. Remove and turn the bowl over. Place your kraft "bowl" over top of the desert bowl. Now the fun begins - glue your strips randomly onto the kraft paper bowl to create the "nest". I used PVA glue which dried clear and found it quite easy to attach. You could probably use a hot glue gun also but I always burn myself on these so try to avoid where I can.

Once you have all your strips attached (you may want more or use less) kindy glitz randomly and leave to dry overnight. Arrange your eggs to suit - have a great Easter!