Tag Archives: Hero Arts

Sundays With Lorraine

Hello my crafty friends, and welcome back to our blog!  First, I’d like to wish all of you amazing moms a “Happy Mother’s Day.”  It makes me smile knowing that you are having a nice relaxing day and that part of it is spent chilling in your happy place, also known as your craft room. I’m So […]

Saturdays With LeAnn

Blessings To Call You Friend

Welcome back to another wonderful Saturday here on our Weekly Scrapper blog!  I have some very fun treasures to share with you today.  I hope that they will inspire you to jump out of your comfort zone and create something uniquely you! Cottage Rose Mini Album By Alicia McNamara Who says you have to put photos only […]

Smile, Laugh & Giggle

This darling card designed by Lin, author of The Hearts Hugs and Flowers Blog, reminds me of a warm summer day.  Can you picture yourself sitting on an old worn quilt under a big shade tree sipping on a cold glass of lemonade. Welcome to summer! I love how Lin used embossing to give the illusion […]

Let’s Hang Out

I am happy to share this adorable card designed by the very talented Karin Åkesdotter, author of one of my favorite blogs Peppermint Patty’s Papercraft. Karin used Hero Arts adorable clothes stamps on some magazine paper & stamped the background with their sweet clouds background stamp.  The frame was embossed using kraft cardstock then cut out using dies from Spellbinders (rectangle) and Wplus9 (banner). What […]

You Mean The World To Me

Are you wanting to be inspired to do great things with all of the product that you have?  Like many of us, we buy such great products then not sure down the road how to use them.  This is a fantastic layout using many different techniques and all sorts of different product. Such a great […]

First Day

It is so fun to scrapbook that very first day of school.  What a treasured memory for your child to look back at as they grow older.  The first thing that catches your eye in layout is the darling photo.  It is great to add all the charming embellishments around it but keeping the photo […]

Vintage Mini Pop Up Book

Today I would like to share with you a wonderful tutorial on how to make a Vintage Mini Pop Up Book.  This is very simple to make and so much fun doing it.   I found this wonderful project on Layers of Ink blog.  This was created from Karen Burniston with Sizzix.  Pop-ups are a […]