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Emily Kluender :: Snowglobe Tutorial

Hello everyone! This is Emily from Creations of An Army Wife and today I am sharing a tutorial on how to make a homemade snow globe with your Peachy Keen Stamps.


Here is a picture of supplies needed to make the snow globe.

I first stamped and paper pieced the adorable snowman from PK-330 Snowman Doll Set. His pipe was stamped and paper pieced from PK-329 Chill Baby Chill Snowman Set. I colored the pipe, his nose, and his shoes in with Copic markers. I chalked his cheeks with Inkadinkado chalk ink. I also added a few white gel pen accents. Then I took it to my local Staples to be laminated.
Cut around your laminated image. However, you do not want to cut too close to your image. If you do, water can seep in and ruin your image.
Using super glue, make sure you have a nice and tight seal on your lid. Any tiny space will allow water to come through. You may want to give the glue a bit of time to fully dry.
Once your lid is dry, use your glue gun to add your laminated image along with any accessories to the inside of the lid. I found this tree at Hobby Lobby in the miniature section and the lamp post at the Dollar Tree. Though I ended up having to switch to a different tree since this one turned my water blue.
Fill your jar with water and leave just a bit of room at the top. Then add a bit of Glycerin to your water. This helps your glitter fall slower. You can find Glycerin in the baking section of your local craft store usually. Pour in the glitter and use a spoon to mix it up.
Now glue your lid onto the jar and you’ve got a homemade snow globe. You can leave the lid plain our decorate it as I did. I decorated the lid with Recollection’s polka dot ribbon, My Creative Time: Snowflake die, and a silver sequin from my stash.


This is what it looked like with the blue water caused by the tree. I didn’t care for it, so as I mentioned earlier, my son helped me use the same concept and switch out the tree that wouldn’t dye the water a different color. I found it at the Dollar Tree
Here is what is looks like all shook up!! So pretty!!
Here is another example of one I made using PK-1346 Picture Snow Day.
All the stamps used in the snow globes are Peachy Keen Stamps: October Specials!! So they are running a great sale on them along with many other fantastic Peachy Keen Stamps.
I hope you all enjoyed my tutorial today and I have inspired you to try one of these yourself with your Peachy Keen Stamps!! 
Thanks for stopping by!! Happy stamping!!

Gigi McKellips :: Face Day

Hello everyone! This is GiGi from The Cricut Bug here to host Face Day.  I am sharing this super fun treat box using one of my ALL TIME FAV Peachy Keen face sets, The Cornies. This was my very first set of Peachy Keen faces and I still love them as much today, as I did when I first got them!



I cut the box from SVG Cutting Files Candy Corn Box and inked all the edges of the cuts. I stamped that adorable toothy Cornie face on the front coloring the eyes and teeth in with a white gel pen. I also added chalk to the cheeks and freckles. I cut the sentiment tag using the Jaded Blossom Flag Dies 2 and stamped the sentiment from the Peachy Keen Spider and Web stamp set.
I covered the candies using the Jaded Blossom Candy Wrap Dies and keeping with the candy corn color scheme, I did them all in orange, white, and yellow. I punched out circles in orange and white and stamped the faces using more super cute Cornies faces. 
I hope you all enjoyed seeing my project today and thanks for visiting!
Have a great day!


New Stamps :: Weekly Recap :: New Release Winners!!

Good morning and Happy Friday, friends!

This has been a busy and eventful week at Peachy Keen Stamps and today, instead of our usual Peachy Keen Round-Up, we’d like to recap what’s been happening this week and share the new stamps available NOW in the PKS Shop.  We also have winners from our New Release Facebook Page Hop.  Let’s get right to those lucky winners first!

Winner of all the stamps from our October Release from Jessica Esches Facebook Page – Kimberly Jenson, who commented:

Kimberly Jensen So cute!!! I love Candy corn and yours look so happy!

Winner of all SVG files from our October Release comes from Emily Kluender’s Facebook Page – MaryAnn Samuelson, who commented:

MaryAnn Samuelson OMBroomStix!! The ghost card is amazing, had to scraplift!! Thank you for sharing

Winner of the handcrafted item created by Kathy Jakopovich from Liz Munoz’s Facebook Page – Jennifer Cartier, who commented:

Jennifer Cartier cute I love candy corn!

Ladies, you may contact adrianne at peachykeenstamps dot com to claim your prizes.  She has your names and prize list so she’ll be expecting to hear from you.  ENJOY your prizes!

Oh Monday, Jessica Esch shared these sweet Santa Treat Boxes for Face Day, using the very versatile and adorable PK-481 Christmas Character Faces 1 1/8″.

Follow the link and you’ll find them on special in the PKS Shop through the end of this month.

Wednesday brought us an amazing and “trendy” project from Saundra Rega using her cleverly chosen inspiration photos and PK-1340 Clearly Autumn Jar Contents.

Be sure to check their individual posts here on our blog (just scroll down) for all the details about their terrific projects!

Thanks for an inspiring week, ladies!!

We celebrated the arrival of NEW STAMPS and some exclusive SVG files of Kathy’s designs in the PKS Shop this week with a Facebook Page Hop, and while the commenting has closed for a chance to win one of the awesome prizes we’re giving away, you can still stop by the designer pages and have a look at their wonderful creations for the hop.  We were blown away once again by their creativity.  Here are the links to their pages and if you’re looking to be totally inspired, we recommend you check them out to see these new images at their finest!!

Gigi McKellips – https://www.facebook.com/TheCricutBug
Emily Kluender- https://www.facebook.com/CreationsOfAnArmyWife
Amy Crockett- https://www.facebook.com/ScrappingMommy
Lorie Souther - https://www.facebook.com/thethinkinspot

Liz Munoz- https://www.facebook.com/lizspaperloft
Brigit Mann- https://www.facebook.com/BrigitsScraps
Jessica Esch- https://www.facebook.com/chicknscrap
Saundra Rega- https://www.facebook.com/pages/Luv-Scrapping-Together/162610233773077

Here’s a look at the new stamps and SVGs availabe NOW  in the PKS Shop, along with the current sale info!

The photo is the bundle price, but you can buy them individually as well.  Just click on the shop link above and grab ALL of your favorite new items at a great price!

Bundle of Fall Fun

We are happy to announce our OCTOBER 15th 2014 release will be available today!
OCTOBER 15th 9:00 AM CST through NOV 1st 12:00 AM CST!
In order for you to SAVE 25% on the new releases and on anything else you may have on your wish list:

  • USE Promo Code SAVE25
  • Minimum Purchase is $5.00

For anyone that purchases the ENTIRE RELEASE BUNDLE of STAMPS and SVGS (within the sale dates 10-15 through 10-31):

  • You will be entered to WIN one of three $75.00 Gift Certificates (Drawing will take place on NOVEMBER 3rd)
  • You will also find a FREE SVG when you purchase the BUNDLE.
  • YOU WILL SAVE AN ADDITIONAL percentage off The Entire Bundle will be marked at 10% off RETAIL, then with the above PROMO CODE, you will save the initial 25% off!

Thanks for stopping by and have an AMAZING and crafty weekend!!

Saundra Rega :: Trendspotting

Hi Peachy Friends! Saundra here from Luv Scrapping Together!
As I perusing pictures for some inspiration for today’s post I came upon a trend that I have seen lately and looks to be one of the trends for the upcoming holiday season.
I used these pictures as inspiration for my card today.
I started with a gold base and added my white background to it. To my background I add a sentiment from PK-1340 Clearly Autumn Quart Jar Contents.
I used the pine cone and branches that come with this same set and colored them with Copic marker and fussy cut them. Before adhering to the front of my card I added a little sparkle with my Pica pen. It’s a little hard to see in the picture but I love the subtle sparkle it adds.
My Backer’s Twine has a little gold thread that runs through it and I thought it went great with the design. I added a few gold sequins and called it finished.
I hope you found some inspiration on how you can add a little gold to your projects.
Until next time,
Happy Stamping!

Jessica Esch :: Face Day

 Good Morning everyone!
Jessica here from Chick-n-Scrap and it is Face Day on the Peachy Keen Stamps blog!
Today I get to share a Christmas Treat I made using the adorable PK~481 Christmas Character Face which is one of the fun sets on sale all this month in the PKS store HERE
Christmas is always a fun time to make treats and give gifts. When I saw these adorable snowman boxes in the Silhouette Store I knew that with some PK cuteness and a matching sentiment that I could make something anyone would love to receive :)
Hope you like them!
Here is an up~close picture and I will tell you all how I made it…..
I started with the Santa Treat Box from the Silhouette Store and cut out all my pieces using cardstock from my stash. I then inked up the edges of the white pieces using some gray ink and placed them aside.
Using the Santa eyes from the PK-481 Christmas Character Faces, I stamped it onto my cream colored cardstock, added some chalk cheeks, colored his eyebrows in with my white gel pen and colored his nose in with some X-Mas red stickles.
Next I went about putting this all together…I stamped the sentiment onto the bottom using the PK-1345 Putsen & Jude Snow Couple set (also on special this month). Added a sparkly brad to his hat to hold the holly leaves in place. Added pop dots to his stash for a bit more dimension and popped the whole thing up onto the box base.
To finish my project, I added some mints in a clear pretzel bag that I ended up cutting down to fit better into my box and tied it closed with some Candy Cane Trendy Twine.
Here are the stamp sets I used for my project….
PK-481 Christmas Character Faces 1 1/8″   PK-1345 Putsen & Jud Snow Couple
Make sure to check out all the AWESOME October Specials in the store as well.
GREAT stamps for all your upcoming holiday projects!
Thanks so much for stopping by and have a GREAT day!!

Peachy Keen Round-Up!

Good morning!

We’re rounding up some amazing creations today, but first we want to make sure you know about our SUPER SAVER WEEKEND!!!  Details can be found  HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Liz Munoz (PKS DT) using Garden Wheelies

On Sale NOW in the PKS Shop!

Mel Haas

Using PK-1410 Christmas in July Face Assortment

Check out the sale and special face stamp deal… Buy 2 get 1 FREE offer (ends at 6 pm on October 12th)


Raven Bacca


Janis Lewis

AWESOME work, everyone!  Thanks so much 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!!  


Brigit Mann :: Tealight Tutorial

Hi everyone!!
It’s Brigit here from Brigit’s Scraps sharing a super simple tutorial using the
This adorable tealight ornament makes such a cute gift for family and friends or even Christmas gifts for Teachers.  You can make a bunch in no time at all with just a few craft supplies that most of you have already and some adorable Peachy Keen Face Stamps!
Here’s a photo of some of the supplies I used…
Punches 1 1/2″, 1 3/4″ and 2″.
White Cardstock
Paper Punch 1/4″
Label Die
Hat Cut File
Chalk and Chalk Brush
I punch a 1 1/2″ circle and folded in quarters and use the 1/4″ to punch a hole directly in the center, I use this one as my template, it helps when you’re making a bunch at a time.
Punch your three circles using the different size punches.  Now use your template to punch a 1/4″ hole in the 1 1/2″ circle.  Stamp your face image onto that circle lining the nose up in the center hole.
Chalk the cheeks and ink the edges before putting the face on the tealight. 
Gently push the face over the tealight, it’s tight so go slow, will expand a little.
Glue the snowman together and decorate, I added a top hat that I cut with my silhouette.  Some ribbon as the scarf and black gems for buttons.  Tie a piece of ribbon around the tealight so it can be hung.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this tutorial and get to make some of these ornaments!
Have a wonderful day!!
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