Monday, December 17, 2012

Visions of Sugar Plaums

Happy Monday!

Today I have a 2 page layout to share with you. I used Sugar Plum patterned paper by Recollections that I got at Michael's last year. I got a bunch of Christmas patterned paper on clearance last year after the holidays. I also did some mixing of files from Little Scraps of Heaven. I combined the following files: Twas the night before Christmas, Hot chocolate bears, and Valentine cupcake. The title was created in my MTC software.

Don't forget to stop by the LSHD Facebook Fan Page and play along in the Reindeer games! Fun and games with great prizes!

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Reindeer Games

On Dasher, on Dancer, on Prancer and Vixen. On Comet, on Cupid, on Donner and Blitzen!

Be sure to stop by the Little Scraps of Heaven Facebook Fan Page and Play the Reindeer games from today December 13th until December 24th and win some prizes!
Just click on the photo below!

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Shabby Birthday Card

From now until January Little Scraps of Heaven Designs DT blog is taking a break from our weekly challenges. The design team still  wants to keep the inspiration going by creating projects for you!

 This week I made a birthday card for a friend using the "Birthday Monkey Collection".  The patterned paper is London Market by Prima. As you can see in the picture I left the inside blank for lots of writing space. The letters were cut at approx 31/2 inch and the banners are 1 1/8 (color) and 3/4 (white). I added some ribbon and lace to my card for texture and the monkey is on foam squares for dimension. All my edges are  inked with Th distress inks.  Hopefully the recipient doesn't visit my blog until she receives it! 

Thanks for stopping by!

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Anything Goes

This week's DT challenge is "Anything Goes" , so I decided to alter another charger plate from Michael's. Actually I am making 6, maybe ten of these if time permit's, as gifts for Christmas.

The pattern file I used for this plate is called "Dancing Penguins". Instead of using the music notes and the title in the pattern, I used snowflakes and typed my own title. For the snow, ice blocks and snowballs, I used pre-glittered card stock and inked the edges with TH distress ink in Tumbled Glass.

Thanks for stopping by. Don't forget to stop by the DT Blog and check out everyone's project for this week's challenge.