It's Susan (Suzq) and I am back to bring you a couple of freebies I have made using Susan's new kit Celebrate Life . Aren't you just loving the colors! Black and Gold is so hot right now and I love the additional colors of pink. So many different things can be made with this kit.
Be sure and check it out :) You can grab your freebies here and here.
Until next time.. have a wonderful day!
Good Morning and happy Monday! I am so excited to share my first post with you here at the Raspberry Road Blog! I believe I am the only card maker on the
team and can't wait to be inspired by all the goodies. I used
background papers from All Hallows Eve and the Goose Bumps Collection.
My first card I used the sweet vintage Halloween image paper as my
background letting the papers take center front and spelled out BOO with
some letters. Added a few simple little embellies and I was done. The
other project a sweet Halloween ornament I took the Halloween image
paper and cut one of the images from it to use as my main focal point.
My ribbons used are of course RRR.
So much fun to get to use new inspirational papers. I hope to get
better at using them in different ways! Thanks for visiting and Hugs to all the Raspberry Road fans , Cherry
I worked with the awesome new kit from RRD called Celebrate Life. There were so many items that it was hard narrowing it down to come up with a collective page. Lol.
The kit can be purchased here as well as a mini freebie.
Here is my layout and Freebies I created will be below with links.
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The good news is the store has been getting a bit of a dust off this summer. The bad news? I was all excited to do a bit of Xmas in July featuring all of Susan's wonderful holiday kits! Guess I'm a little late then!
I don't know about you, but I have countless holiday layouts in queue. So many years of Christmas and winter photos to catch up on! (I know, I know, we aren't supposed to worry about being "caught up" these days lol) When the sweltering summer weather gets to be a bit much, I feel inspired to sort through my snowiest, most blustery pictures. Thinking about all those chilly days helps me to cool off :)
Each year Susan creates the biggest, most wonderful holiday collections. They are seriously HUGE and chock full of Christmas and winter goodness- you can easily make a full album just using one of these kit. I feel like I never get to use them to their fullest potential, so I wanted to take some time out and get some pages done with a past collection: Deck the Halls.
I made these layouts using just the red version of the collection:
This is Bre, stopping in to give you a dose of sweet Raspberry Road inspiration!
Since having my little girl in February, I have been blessed to meet so many new wonderful mommas that have changed my life and guided me. When one of them saw my scrapbook pages, she approached me about helping her with the invitation to her daughter's first birthday party. Her first thought's on the theme? Girly, lacy, and pink, with a bit of burlap mixed in. My first thought? Susan's gorgeous kits, of course!
After perusing my hard drive for a bit I decided to mix a few kits to create something special for my friend. Playing with a mix of Shabby Baby, Happy Birthday, and the Rustic Wedding collections, I made this:
I am so pleased with how it came out, and wanted to share as a reminder that you can use your digital scrapbooking supplies for so much besides scrapbooking! Try making party decor, invites, or even hybrid pages!
Thanks for reading. I will be back in a day or two with a little out-of-season something to share!