Hello, Welcome to the Little Scraps of Heaven Designs Blog Hop. If you are visiting from Patricia's Blog you are in the right place. If you just happened to visit my blog please start the hop on Tricia's Blog . This is a ONE day blog hop that will last all day today, from 12:00 am to 11:59 pm. So sit back, relax, and enjoy viewing all the wonderful projects these talented artists have created.
I used Echo park paper from the "Summertime" collection for my background paper and the rest is from my collection (other than the swim trunks for the waterhose monkey, that is Echo Park "Splash" paper). The sentiment I created using fonts from my computer.
The next project is a simple card, I used the Hey Diddle Diddle Collection, I just love this collection, it is just so darn cute (like all of the LSHD patterns) I made this for a small child so I kept it very simple and without small embellishments so there was no issues. I also just love the My Pink Stamper "Punnylicious" stamp, it is so perfect! (Isn't it udderly amazing that the cow could jump so high LOL)
I used a gallon pickle jar and layered up vinyl to create my patio lantern, this is perfect for folks (like me) with young children. I had my husband poke holes in the lid (just like the jars we all used when we were chasing fireflies as children) and He painted it black for me, this way I can light the candle and it will get oxygen and can burn but my little one is safe. A little bit of ribbon and it is so cute on the table while we eat Al Fresco!
I am giving away one pattern Collection of your choice ($10 or less) from Little Scraps of Heaven Designs to one lucky Follower! To win you need to comment on this post telling me which project inspires you the most and be a Follower, You can get an extra entry by following OBX Stamping & Crafting on Facebook, just post an additional comment telling me you are a Facebook follower as well.
I am a self employed Wife, Mother of one grown daughter and we are raising our Grandson. I have lots of hobbies and finding time with a 2 year old is a challenge. I try to craft and make cards at least several times a week, I am not always successful. I also garden, do housework, love to cook, am into photography, reading, stained glass, basketry, scrapbooking and computers.