Toothless has been one of my oldest grandaughters favorites since she was around 3 years old, maybe even two. As soon as she was old enough to have an opinion she let us all know she didn't want a bedroom with princesses all over it, she wanted How to Train Your Dragon!
This past summer we all went to see the second movie at the theater. It was super cute! I have to tell you about her hair bow, too. She rode with Grandpa & I to the theater. So while we were waiting for her parents to get there she grabbed one of her sisters hair bows and climbed in the center of the truck to look in the mirror. She put her bow in her hair and proudly said, "Grandma, don't I look beuuuuutifuuul"! Of'course she did, so she wore her bow just like that all day. Sometimes you just have to let it go and let them express themselves :). She felt pretty with her bow like that and that makes this Grandm so happy!
Anyway, on to the page. I used this adorable dragon pattern from Little Scraps of Heaven Designs.
I cut off the two rounded edges of his snout and then attached that to his head upside down. I used the black part of the eyes, made one set quite a bit larger and attached those to his face sideways. For his body I embossed black cardstock to make the bumpy look. I used a clear Wink of. Stella pen on his eyes and also on his claws. They look super cool in real life.
Today I'm sharing a page I made for a Thursday challenge on the Scraptastic Blog. The challenge was to use 5 circles on your page. I used patterns from Little Scraps of Heaven designs to embellish my page. I used the 3D now, Small Scalloped border & the doily pattern. As I was making this I kept trying to add more embellishments to the circles but in the end I decided I really liked them just like this. This is my grandparents home, the picture was probably taken in the late 50's. This was one of my favorite places to be, the other was my other grandparents home. My grandparents owned a grocery store & their home was attached to the back of the store. This view is looking from the back yard at the back of their store & their home is to the left. My Grandma was quite a homemaker. I always thought her home looked like it should be in a magazine. She had very classy taste & decorated her home so lovely. I wish I had more pictures & pictures of the inside of her home.
Here's a page I made with one of the newest patterns at LSHD, Floppy Bear. Tricia offered this pattern for a free a couple of days ago with one catch, you needed to create something with it in the next 48 hours.
I started my whole process different then I normally do. I started with the pattern since that was what I needed to use. Then I went through my papers. I found a beautiful paper kit that I had completely forgotten about. It is called Kaisercraft Needle & Thread. When I saw that I knew I wanted to make a patchwork bear. I was picturing a little bear that looked like he had been made out of Grandma's old quilt. I always wanted to do that with my Grandma's old bedspreads. It's still on the long list, lol. After I decided all that I decided to use a baby picture. I wanted to use a picture of one of my three granddaughters, so I got out my printed photos and started looking. I found these two of Jellybean right away & decided they were perfect for this project.
I love this page & I love this little bear. He will be used quite often in my projects!
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Today I'm sharing a page I made for the Sketchy Thursday challenge at Scraptastic. I almost didn't get it done in time :)
For this page I used two patterns from LSHD. I used the Love frame from the Live Love Laugh pattern & the Large Lace Mat Hearts.
August was my first month to get a Scraptastic kit & I had pretty much used it up. For this page I did use a small piece of paper I had left. It's two tones of pink & has star burst on it. I also used the wood veneer banner from the August kit.
Here's the sketch I used for inspiration...