Thursday, September 24, 2009

My Little Shoebox & Hero Arts Stamps

This month at My Little Shoebox we were lucky to get to do a product swap with Hero Arts Stamps! I KNOW!!! WOW!!!! :D :D :D

I worked with My Little Shoebox's "Imagine a Forest" line and chose these Hero Arts stamps to go along with them.



Scattered Leaf Border - #K5230



Dots & Flowers - #S5213



Simple & Basic Alphabet - CL312



Here are 4 layouts and a card that I created combining these super fun products.

My Family Tree is Full of Nuts - We love to go out to eat together as a family. These silly shots were taken at Texas Roadhouse this past summer when the kids discovered my camera hiding in my purse. :)

It's a little hard to tell becauseu I covered it up with my photos, but I used Bed of Roses Spritz and Olive Branch Spritz by Shimmerz on the cream plaid paper. :)




Hula Girl - Camryn received a hula girl set for her birthday from her Grandma and Grandpa Eubank who are serving an LDS Mission in Hawaii. She looked so cute in that little coconut bra and immediately started swishing her hips the second we put the skirt on her! I used the Dots & Flowers background stamp to create the bright pink circle accent. I used the Simple & Basic Alpha as part of the title. The letter stickers are by K & Company. The flowers are by Prima.




Little Girls - When you have a house full of little girls, you tend to stumble into lots of little "scenes" set up all over the house. I love these toy vignettes and started taking pictures of them at the beginning of the summer. They always make me smile and I know that someday I will miss having them around. :)

I used the Dots & Flowers Background stamp here again to make another circle accent. The words "Summer 2009" were created with the Hero Arts Simple & Basic Alphabet.





To make the American Crafts Thickers shine I coated them with Choc-o-lat Shimmerz paint. The background also gets a hint of shimmer with Baby's Breath Spritz by Shimmerz. I love the way it shows up on the dark brown cardstock!



Sweet Sisters - These little cuties are my sister's girls. I used the Scattered Leaf Border in several colors, then cut out the leaves by hand to make accents to go around the title and journal block. The title was created with the Simple & Basic Alphabet stamps.




Nuts 4 You Card - This was such a fun little card to make . . . and I'm thinking these would be really fun to do for Valentine's Day in February! The pink/cream background was created using the Dots & Flowers Background stamp by Hero Arts. The sentiment was created using the Simple & Basic Alphabet. That cute ribbon is by Adornit.



I do have one more card to share with you, but that will have to wait until tomorrow when I can get a decent picture of it in the sunlight. :)

Thanks for stopping by! I'll see you again soon!
Jana

17 comments:

Tara Powell said...

Can your layouts get any better?!?
LOVE them!
I will be stopping by daily for more inspiration :)
Have a great weekend!
:)
Tara

Michelle Lanning said...

Just lovely Jana - I love that alphabet - I think I picked that one - but I need to get my hands on it!!!

Aphra said...

LOVE these....all of them! Add Hero Arts stamps to my shopping list, please. You really did a good job with that flowers and vines one. And they all work so well with the MLS line,too!

Laurel said...

I love that set of papers and you used them perfectly! Love it all!

Diana Fisher said...

Everything here is so cute! And that last card is amazing. Love it all!

Amy Coose said...

Great, great projects!!! ITA about the little girls. It always cracks me up to see all the little scenes Georgia has staged. Have a great weekend!!

laterg8r said...

at first i thought i read 'nuts 2 you' LOL :D

love those LO's - the little girl scenes are adorable and i love the family tree page :D

love your style :D

Deanna said...

Once again you've wowed me! I looove these Jana! and you KNOW I've got enough 'pink' pictures to use with these papers! But I love your titles, your play on words are just too too cute!

Wendy Lee said...

Jana, I enjoy looking at your work....it is always so refreshing. you really are wonderful at pulling it all together.....thanks for your inspiration!!

Debbi T said...

Your layouts are so adorable! They're so lucky to have you design for them!

Norma Kennedy said...

Oh Jana your work is always so inspiring !

Melanie said...

Gorgeous stuff, Jana! Love the LO's--especially the hula girl. She is a cutie :)

You do fabulous work combining different companies' products.

ahappyscramper said...

Holy cow Jana....I am absolutely in awe of the awesome work you have posted here...those layouts are soooooo gorgeous and full of so many adorable details. Thanks so much for the inspiration to use lots of pics and capture the special little moments in our everyday. Cheers!

SamieLove said...

Simply amazing as always Jana! You are so inspirational!! Thank you!

jenallyson said...

these are WAY TOO AMAZING, seriously gorgeous. you do such inspiring work. thanks for sharing!

LG said...

I am speechless. I am amazed. Everything is breathtaking

Crystal Brothers said...

Jana, You are by far my favorite designer. You take products I don't even like and make me want them because of the awesome things you do with them. Seriously. I am amazed every time I visit your blog. :)

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