Sunday, February 1, 2015

Fool For You

Here is this weeks Little Scraps of Heaven Designs. It is using Fool for You cut files from LSHD.
  • Cutting Machine (Sizzix, Cricut, Pazzles, Boss Kut, etc) with Software
    •  OR Vector Viewing/Editing Software, a Printer, and Scissors
  • Desktop Publishing Software
Other Products Used
  • Beacon 3-in-1 Advanced Craft Glue
  • White Cardstock
  • Red Cardstock
  • Black Cardstock
  • Red Acrylic paint
  • Black Acrylic paint
  • Wood Base 
  • Ribbon
  • Tulle
  • Faber-Castell pens
  • Copics
  • Water Based Dye Ink
I hope you will enjoy making this project. As always I hope you will make your own embellishments and unique tweaks to make it your own. If you have any questions feel free to post them in the comments.
Have a great day!
- Leslie

Saturday, January 31, 2015

Sweet Like Chocolate

Saturday again you know what that means? Yep it's my turn to share a post on the Little Scraps of Heaven Blog today I have a layout to share using the current sketch and the freebie from the Facebook Page.

Here is the sketch 

Paper is from Echo Park to collection Love Story and Yours Truly
Box of Chocolate mouse is cut out at 5 inches
Photos mats are 4x4 
Inked the paper piercing with Stampin Up Ink 

Make sure stop by daily to see all the great projects from the DT

Friday, January 30, 2015

Let's Go Squatchin'

     Hi! For my first post to the blog I am sharing a fun scrapbook layout called, "Let's Go Squatchin'." My husband always jokes that we are going to go Sasquatch hunting at our camp in the western end of the U.P. of Michigan, so this layout will be ready for that adventure when it happens.

     I used the file, "Little Yeti Pals" for my Sasquatches, and cut them at 5 1/2 inches from shades of brown. I used the Ice Block and Ice Column Yetis for the peeking and walking Sasquatches, and turned the snowball Yeti into a rock throwing Yeti.

     For my Sasquatch hunters and the trees, I used the file, "Apple Picking Time." I cut my people at 4 inches. I gave one a stick for "wood knocking" and had the other doing a yelp. I hope you enjoyed my silly little layout, and thanks for looking! Enjoy your weekend! ~LSHD DT Shirley

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Flamingo Love!

Hi there! I have my first blog post for you today! I adore these Valentine flamingos so I had to make some decor for my house with them! I live in California, so since it's already warming up here, these are perfect! 
Thanks for stopping by! If you have any questions, please put them in the comments below! 

Viernes en Español

Feliz Año para todo@s. Este es mi primer proyecto para nuestro blog en el año 2015 y como el tiempo pasa volando y estamos ya, próximos a celebrar El Día del Amor y la Amistad, para ésta ocasión les comparto una tarjeta muy sencilla. Para hacerla utilicé papeles de diferentes diseños, bordes, chispas y un archivo que personalmente me encanta: 

Es un archivo super dulce al cual, además de lo anteriormente mencionado agregue una frase en el centro del corazón.

Les recuerdo que además de nuestro blog, puedes visitar:  
Aquí podrás encontrar ideas todos los días y la posibilidad de ganar archivos.

Shoot Some Hoops

Shoot Some Hoops - Bears

Scrappy Thursday!!!
Today I am sharing a 2 page LO I made using "Shoot Some Hoops Collection".
At our elementary school, they have 5th & 6th grade basketball after school during the winter. Last year was D's first time playing, and his team was the Hornets!  They had so much fun!

I can't wait to print my pics and put them on here!

Thanks for stopping by today and be sure to come back tomorrow to see more great inspirations!

~Colleen LSHD DT~

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Loving you is SWEETER than CHOCOLATE Layout

Happy Wednesday everyone!  This is my first post on the LSHD Blog and I hope you'll enjoy seeing my weekly projects!

Here is a layout I made that I titled "Loving you is SWEETER than CHOCOLATE" and features this week's Freebie from LSHD -- the "Box of Chocolate Mouse".

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The pattern was very easy to put together and turns out so stinkin' cute (if I may say so myself!).   I made my title in eCAL (SCAL for the Sizzix Eclips) using a couple different fonts on my computer, and the top heart border is from a patterned paper, cardstock, and a Fiskars punch.

If you haven't already gotten this week's Freebie file, here's a quick link to it:

Thanks for stopping by and I look forward to sharing more of my projects with you!  ~DT Debbie