Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Only Princesses will wear Pink



Hi Crafty Friends,

It's Larelyn from Handmade from My Heart.

My October project for Paper Crafting World is an Awareness reminder and also a message of hope.


I've used the Bear Princess Sitting DS file from Paper Crafting World which comes with the sentiment and pre colored images as well as the line art.

I colored using Copic markers and added Spectrum Noir Sparkle glitter pen to the crown and ribbons.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month but please remember that many, many people are battling other forms of cancer and need your support as well.

Thanks for visiting.


Wednesday, September 20, 2017

You are a Blessing to Me


Hi Crafty Friends,

It's Larelyn from Handmade From My Heart.

Today I'm sharing a print then cut project.


Although this image was in my stash and is no longer available, Paper Crafting World has a large variety of print then cut files.  They are so easy to use, especially when you need something quick OR you don't want to color.  I printed the image and then scanned and cut it using my Scan N Cut2.

Some pretty papers and a crinkle bow - easy peasy!

Thanks for stopping in today.


Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Two Scoops of Fun


Hi Crafty Friends,

It's Larelyn from Handmade From My Heart.

I'm sharing another one page layout using two cut files from Paper Crafting World.


I love the cut files that are titles - so easy to cut out and assemble.  I knew the layout needed a little something more so I added a bear file I had.  It's the Bear with Popsicle cut file but I made extra ice cream cones from the Two Scoops title file and then gave the bear a cone rather than a popsicle!!

The background papers are from Doodlebug Designs and the cut files were all cut from American Crafts Heavy Weight card stock - cuts so well using the Silhouette.

You can find these files by visiting Paper Crafting World (link above) and you can also find some amazing projects created by our artist/designer/leader/blog owner, Melin by visiting her personal blog,  My Paper Crafting.

Thanks for stopping in today.