Friday, September 26, 2014

So Thankful For YOU Layout

Happy Friday everyone!  Today I'm sharing a layout I just completed using some files from Little Scraps of Heaven Designs that will be retiring effective October 1.  If you like these little cuties and want them, you really need to get over to their website and grab them while they are still available!  Click on their RETIRING SOON link and check out all the files that will no longer be available beginning October 1.  I'll attach a link to that site at the end of this post.

Here is a look at the whole two-page layout:

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I think this turned out so adorable.  I designed my own title in SCAL using a couple fonts I have. The files that were used from the RETIRING SOON category on the Little Scraps of Heaven Designs website are called "Pilgrim Mouse", "Pilgrim Mouse Girl", and "Peeking Turkey".  

Here is a closer look at Page One:

I just love this little Peeking Turkey!

And now, a closer look at Page Two:

The cute little pumpkin files I used are from (yep, you guessed it!) Little Scraps of Heaven Designs and they are in the "Harvest Friends" collection. I've used these pumpkins on a couple layouts now so I guess you'd say I really, really like them LOL!  I'm not sure who I got the scalloped mat file from because I've had it ever since I first started using SCAL many moons ago.  I do remember that it was a freebie someone had offered to everyone on a Yahoo SCAL Users Group that I belonged to at the time.

As mentioned above, here is a link to the RETIRING SOON section on the Little Scraps of Heaven Designs website:

Thanks for looking at my latest project!

Until next time...Happy Scrapping!


  1. Your work is always so beautiful.... a, after you pick out your paper...about how long does it take for you to cut files and put the pages together???

  2. Thanks Susan! Cutting and assembling the paper piecings on this layout took me around 2-3 hours. That includes the chalking. Putting the layout together took me probably about as long. Hard to say because I could only work on it off and on for 3 days. If I started with a plan I could probably get done faster but, unfortunately, I'm one of those "plan as you go" types!