A Little Gypsy Love Scrapbooking 41


Hello My Friends!

I hope you all are absolutely FABULOUS this Tuesday!  I have a very short video for you today on how I made this scrapbook page with my Gypsy.  However, my Gypsy battery was dead when I went to film this – so, I’m just showing how to put the pieces together and hopefully spread some scrappin’ inspiration with you today!  🙂

I think you may get something out of this video which includes:

  • Gypsy Wanderings Cartridge (the square frames)
  • Welded letters to the frames
  • Hannah Montana Cricut  Cartridge Font
  • K&Company Urban Rhapsody Chipboard Stickers
  • Viva Decor Glitter Liners and Pearl Pens
  • Trimming down Photos for my Scrapbook Layout
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Something else I”m VERY excited to be sharing with you in the next week are several projects that I have made for a SWAP I am participating in.  Its DEFINITELY been a new and challenging experience for me and I can’t wait for my partner to receive her box of goodies – once she gets everything, I’ll be sure to share the goodies with you all as well – I think you’ll laugh at some of the humor behind everything too! 😉  Good Times Good Times!

And – I’m very thrilled to have Brittney working here with me on a more regular basis.  She is very talented in many departments and is pretty much a does it ALL At Above Rubies Studio kinda girl, from shipping, Customer Service, Video Editing, Creative Design and MUCH MORE – our team is growing, but she is someone I depend GREATLY on right now – not only do I want to take time to THANK HER right now! (THANK YOU BRITTNEY!)

I want to tell you all that the two of us our working on the NEXT Release from Above Rubies Studio THIS WEEK!!!

NOT ONLY are we working REALLY REALLY hard on TONS of things that are going to be included in the NEW CLUB RUBY, we are working on a HUGE Release looking to come out THIS SUMMER – so be prepared and stay tuned for THAT!

I have to tell you all, I’m in a rambling kinda mood today, and I want to tell you about all kinds of ideas I have bubbling in my crazy creative head.  I want to tell you all how thankful I am to each one of you for the opportunity to even begin to serve you in this small way of blogging, teaching, inspiring…

You’re all a blessing to me!!!

HUGS!


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41 thoughts on “A Little Gypsy Love Scrapbooking

  • Corliss

    Love the layout, Megan and it a great idea. Please share the cut file, this is something I really will like to try. Thanks for sharing.

  • Linda Lapotka

    Megan, Thanks you this is wonderful page.
    I have been watching Gypsy A to Z and I am making a word page. I am having trouble making each layer match up. For each page I cut one in cardboard(old cereal box) and two in DP. I turn over one DP paper so that it will fit the back and the design will show the back of the card board. I used the 12X24 mat. I checked the size of the shape and it was the same on the Gypsy size thing but when I layer them on the Gypsy they weren’t the same size. Ok the question when you see a green line does that mean they are lined up? What do the different colored lines mean? I think I missed that in the video but I been going at it in bits and bobs. Sorry I am rambling too. I am learning so much from your video.
    Thanks,
    Hugs
    Linda

  • Sue Parks

    You have such wonderful ideas. I can’t seem to get the time to learn the Gypsy with one to four grandboys each day. I do love you site.

  • Barb

    I am not into scrap booking, but I really love what you have done here! I guess I could try to do something similar with a card…hmmm.

  • Cheryl

    What a cute and simple page…I really love this one…I don’t have a gypsy but I think I can kind of do this layout with what I have on hand….
    Thanks…can’t wait to see more!

  • Shari Young

    love the page, this is an idea that I will use. I am a twin and am always looking for new ways to make twin pages. I could easily use this idea using TWIN in place of LOVE and make a a really different page. Thanks for all your videos.

  • Cherie

    Great scrapbook page! I love that is is done so quickly! Hopefully I will be proficient with my Gypsy……….soon! 🙂 TFS!

  • Cynthia G.

    Congrats Megan, God is good, isn’t he? Hard work always pays off in the end and even sweeter when God is present 🙂 I also am rambling and excited becuz I’m starting my own home business Website for Scrapbooking so yes Girl Lets Celebrate to our hard work…Congrat’s and God Bless you 🙂 Thank you for all your inspirations to keep us motivated 🙂

  • Su C.

    Thanks for sharing your projects and knowledge. It’s a great cute and simple page! I prefer a clean, simple style. My gypsy is ordered, but hasn’t arrived yet.

  • Arlene (GrandmaTo5)

    You can use the Gypsy when it is plugged in and charging! So no excuses next time. LOL. Cute layout. Would love the cut file. Don’t have Hannah Montana but I’m sure I have a font similar enough to substitute. I hate reinventing the wheel. You have the sizes so well thought out.

  • margaret woodrum

    Very cute layout. I just got my gypsy and am thinking about your A to Z dvd to help me get more familiar with it. You make it look so easy. Thanks for sharing.

  • Billie A

    Beautiful layout love the papers, embellishments and the photo great it all looks so good. I love the viva pens, saw you use them not too long ago and got a few. Wow they are wonderful. I plan to get more but the 6 I have are enough for now. You keep helping me spend, I got the stamp caddy and the tube (for stickles & viva) holder. I love your site and visit it all the time. Thanks for all you do.

  • KarenLinPA

    I’m working on a wedding album for my sister & would love to have the cut file or these frames. It would be the perfect layout for one of her photos! Thanks for your hard work & inspiration.

  • Judy Menke

    Ha ha! Dead battery? it works plugged in to outlet (as I’m sure you know.) I have a gypsy & your video but still haven’t used it much. I wish you could have elaborated with the Gypsy. Like the idea of welding the font so guess I’ll try and muddle through without your step by step guide