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Emily Kluender :: Happy Birthday Box :: Face Day

Hi Peachy friends!! It’s Emily from Creations of an Army Wife and today I’m sharing a project with some super cute Peachy Keen faces.
I made this fabulous little birthday kitty box for my mom’s birthday with a svg from SVG Cutting Files.
For the kitty’s face, I used PK-111 Here Kitty Kitty 1 1/8″ stamp set. I used a Horizon Green Copic marker to color in the eyes. For the mouth, I used Lite Pink and Peach Copic markers. I added Inkadinkado chalk ink to his face as well as white gel pen accents. I finished his look by adding a sequin to his birthday hat.
For the adorable balloon trio, I used PKSC-33 September 2014Their faces are from PK-1430 Variety Faces 1 1/8″.  I also used chalk ink on their faces and added white gel pen accents. I tied each one of the balloons to the kitty’s tail using American Crafts twine.
For the polka dotted present, I used Veramark Ink, Recollection’s Snow embossing powder, and PK-1395 Circus Polka Dots Size A2. The bow on the present was stamped and paper pieced using PKSC-13 January 2013. 


The “Happy Birthday” sentiment, also from PKSC-33 September 2014was stamped on a cute little tag from My Creative Time’s Teeny Tag Greetings and Dies.
I filled the box with pink Decorative Shred and Hersey’s Kisses.
Well that’s my project!! I had so much fun creating this birthday box with my Peachy Keen Stamps!
Thank you so much for stopping by!!
Happy stamping!
P.S. We have a fun Peachy Keen Stamps challenge going on that we would love for you to join in on!! You can find it here.


Peachy Keen Round-Up!

Hello Friends!

It’s Peachy Keen Round-Up Time and we’ve got another terrific line up of creations shared by YOU!


Debby Pannell

Lori Bowles

Melisa Alazammar

Stacey Hillesheim

Kathy Salido

Sherrie Koning

Barbara Pahl Rouse

Thanks so much for sharing, everyone!  These are just fabulous!!!

Challenge Banner

Many of the designs you’ve seen today were shared for our current PKS Challenge.  It couldn’t get any easier to play along, and there’s  still plenty of time for you to link up and join in the fun.

Here’s the link to our challenge, where you’ll find all the details about how to play.


This where you actually  link up your creations.


Have a VERY happy weekend and HAPPY STAMPING, too!!

Here’s a little something special for all of you who have made the PKS Round-Up.  Grab this badge and proudly display it on your blog, or Facebook page as our thank you for sharing your amazing creations.  If you are in the showcase list today or have been in the past, it’s all yours!!  


Gigi McKellips :: Monochromatic Collage Tutorial

Hello everyone! This is GiGi from The Cricut Bug and I am sharing a tutorial on how to make a monochromatic collage card. 
I love the black and white look of this card! And what better images can you get than the super fun Halloween images from the Peachy Keen August Stamp Of The Month Kit.


Here is a picture of the supplies I used:
Copic Markers- C0 and C3
Paper Trimmer


You will cut the layers for your card
Standard A2 Card Base- 4 1/4 X 5 1/2-White
Next layer will be slightly smaller than card base – Gray
4 X 5 1/4- Black
3 3/4 X 5- White
Next you are going to cut apart your inside white mat.
 With the 5 inch side up, cut at 3 1/4 inches. Then turn that piece and cut at 2 1/2 inches. This will leave you with a 2 1/2 X 3 1/4 and a 1 1/4 X 3 1/4
The next layer you will line up with the 3 3/4 inch side up and cut at 1 1/2 inches. 
This will leave you with a 1 1/2 X 1 3/4 and 2 1/4 X 1 3/4
Now you will stamp the images onto the white pieces and color  the images with the gray Copic Markers.


All that’s left to do is to assemble your card
Carefully line up your mat pieces on the black mat making sure that there is an even line around all the edges and glue down.
Next, glue onto the gray mat and repeat onto the white card base. 
And there you have it! A fun monochromatic collage card!
I hope you all enjoyed my tutorial today and have inspired you to try one of these yourself.
Thanks for visiting and have a great day!

Saundra Rega :: Halloween Treats :: Face Day

Hi there! Saundra here from Luv Scrapping Together!
Today I am here to share some fun little treats featuring Peachy faces!
I made these fun lollipop covers using my Silhouette Cameo and some SVG files from My Scrap Chick called Halloween Treat Toppers and Bags.


The files come with cute faces but I love using Peachy Keen Faces for more character.


For Dracula I used PK-695 The Uglies 1 1/8 and Phrases for the eyes.


For both of the “scary” monsters I first stamped the eyes on some Xpress-it card stock and colored then with my Copic markers. I, then, fussy cut them out and added them to the faces. Frankies mouth was also stamped with PK-694. To give the eyes shine I added some Ranger Glossy Accents.
The sentiment is part of the The Uglies Face assortment.
These were really fun to put together and would be great for some little goblins that came to your door.
I hope I’ve inspired you to get these stamps out and play!

Peachy Keen Round-Up!

Welcome and Happy Friday, friends!

It’s one of our favorite days, because we’re rounding up some of the wonderful creations we’ve found on the web today!

We hope you enjoy these amazing creations from our talented, peachy friends!

Nikki Foraker

Melissa Miranda

Kathy Salido

Lori Bowles

Migdalia Rodriguez

Awesome work, ladies!  Thank you for sharing!!

Here’s a little something special for all of you who have made the PKS Round-Up.  Grab this badge and proudly display it on your blog, or Facebook page as our thank you for sharing your amazing creations.  If you are in the showcase list today or have been in the past, it’s all yours!!  


Wishing you all a glorious weekend and lots of Happy Stamping, too!!

Jessica Esch :: Trendspotting :: Sequins

Hi everyone! It’s Jessica from Chick-n-ScrapI’m here to share a trendspotting project with you today.  My inspiration came from a picture I saw on Pinterest of these sequins. 
Mercy Tiara: Scraproom Sunday: Sequin Storage
Pinterest image found HERE
I LOVE using sequins on my projects and making shaker cards and tags. Since I have a growing supply of sequins, I am always looking for ways to store them. Pinterest to the rescue :) I actually started storing my sequins in these little glass jars but quickly realized that there is no good way in my small craft space to organize them. So I took to another storage solution….
This is only a few of my sequins…It is the perfect storage solution for me! The container trays can be stacked on top and placed on a shelf..out of the way but still accessible when I am searching for the colors I need for a project.
Now onto my project….I love how fun a card or tag can be when it is made into an interactive one, such as a shaker. I have 2 shaker tags to share, perfect for adding to a treat or gift bag.
Since Halloween is right around the corner and Christmas will be here before we know it, I made these 2 holiday tags. Let’s take a closer look at them.
 My first tag is this cute Halloween one. I used some green and orange sequins for this shaker and added them to the center of a tag I designed in the silhouette studio. This is a very simple tag design, a basic tag shape with a smaller tag shape cut out of the center. If you have never made a shaker card, there are several tutorials on Pinterest and/or YouTube. They are very easy to make!
Anyways once my shaker part was finished I embellished the front with the pumpkin from the Cottage Cutz set and stamped his face using the Pumpkin Face stamp set. Before completely assembling the tag, I did stamp the inside of the shaker part with my Halloween sentiment.
I finished my tag off with some more randomly places sequins, a May Arts ribbon, a fun sparkly button and some Totally Black Trendy Twine.
Peachy Keen Stamps Used:
Here is my Christmas shaker tag. It was done the same way as the Halloween one, except I added green and red sequins inside the shaker part. I found this cute Christmas tree in the Silhouette store and just added my sweet PKS face to him. Some chalk and white gel pen to his cheeks for a little more cuteness and he was placed onto my tag. 
I finished off the tag in the same way as well. Some May Arts ribbon, a green sparkly button and some Totally White Trendy Twine.
Peachy Keen Stamps Used:
So there is my trendspotting project. I know I love adding sequins to my projects.
These are a few other cards I have made using my PKS and sequins :)
Sequins make awesome embellishments
if you have yet to make a shaker card….you should really give it a try!
They are so fun and whomever receives one will surely LOVE it!!!
Hope you like these project and find some inspiration from it, thanks for stopping by and have a GREAT hump day!

Brigit Mann :: Box Card :: Face Day

Hi Peachy Friends!!  It’s Brigit here sharing a cute box card project using the Zombie Face Assortment Stamps.  I also used sentiments from the Ye Old Boneyard and Halloween Sentiments and Labels sets.


This was such a fun project to make, the box card is from SVGCuts, I just turned it into a whimsical Halloween card using these adorable Peachy Keen Faces.  I did alter the project a little by adding the moon and two tombstones, it still folds nicely but needs a little bigger envelope.

Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful day!!
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