Monday, October 29, 2012

Happy Harvest Wall Decor'

Hi! This is my entry for the Peachy Challenge 41 :: 3-D Objects :: Wall Art!

I had so much fun working with all these Peachy Stamps!! I also did a ton of fussy cutting.  I really love how my little crow and squirrel turned out. They are so cute!

Ok, I tried scanning it real quick to see if it would look a little better. Not too bad.                                            

Products used:
PKSC-September--Leaves and Scarecrow
PKSC-October--Turkey, Pie, Squirrel, Acorns, and Corn
In Stitches Face Assortment--Scarecrow's Face
Tim Holtz Swirls (turkey), Burlap (scarecrow), and Woodgrain (Stump) embossing folders
Stampin' Up Square Lattice (Acorns) embossing Folder
Mother's Day Bouquet Cartridge: Flowers @ 1", 1.25", and 1.50" Circle @ 1"
Inkadinkado Blending Chalks
Tim Holtz Distress Ink: Frayed Burlap
Memento Ink: Tuxedo Black
Pop Dots
Whitle Gel Pen
Various Copic Marks
Wood Decor' Panel 

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Grab a broom, Cast a Spell, and Shake your Booty!

Used PSKC-September and June

Other product used:
MS Spider Border Punch
Studio G Ribbon and Button
K& Co. Paper
MS Black Embossing Powder
Heat Gun
MS Scoreboard
George: Circle @ 1 1/4" and Happy Haunting: Witch Shoe @ 6" Cartridges
Memento Ink: Tuxedo Black
                                                             White card stock
                                                            Printer for the sentiment

                                   Entering this in the : PKS Challenge #40::Just Cards::Word Up
                                        Fantabulous Cricut Challenge #134 Black and Orange
                                        The Pink Elephant Challenge: Halloween

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Peachy Keen Color Challenge 39

This is my creation for the Peachy Keen Color Challenge 39. I used stamps from the PKSC-February and June. They are so fun to work with!

Other products used:
Spellbinders Label One Dies
Various Copic Markers
Martha Stewart Butterfly Punches
Martha Stewart Scoreboard
Polka Dot Embossing Folder
Cindy Loo Embossing Folder
Scalloped Edge Embossing Folder
EK Success Corner Punch
White Gel Pen
Recollections Button
Glue Dots
Glue Gun

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Peachy Keen Challenge 38: Anything Goes

I created this wreath for the Peachy Keen Blog Challenge 38: Anything Goes. You could create whatever you like, however, this time you had to used PK stamps to enter. I used PK stamps from the September-09 Club Stamp kit. These stamps made it so easy to complete my Halloween Wreath. They are so spook-tacular! 

Rosettes @ 1" by 8", 1.5" by 12," 1.25" by 12"

Cute Peachy Keen Stamped Images 

Products Used:
PKS Club Stamps September_09 2012
Cricut Expression w/George Basic Shapes: Circles @ 1 1/4 and 1 1/2
Studio G: Black Buttons
K & Co Spooky Designer Pad: Rosettes
Memento Ink: Tuxedo Black
Various Copic Markers
12 inch wood ring from Michaels
MS Scoreboard
Glue Dots
Hot Glue Gun

Monday, October 8, 2012

Peachy Keen October Stamp Release Challenge #1

Use 3-Buttons, 2-Pattern Papers, 1-Ribbon

For the Peachy Keen October Release Challenge 3,2,1, I used a vampire face stamp from PKS-09_ September for my bee. I cut my bee from the Cricut Create a Critter 2 cartridge @ 4 inches. I then used clear embossing ink and powder on the bee head and stinger. I then used black and white Gel pens to create the faux stitching around the wings and body. I did the same with the background shapes. 

My two pattern papers, the ribbons, and buttons are all from the Studio G line at Walmart.I then cut out the printed sentiment with the Stampin' Up Modern Label Punch and EK Success Ticket Punch.

Peachy Keen Stamps October Release Challenge #2

Created this layout for the October Stamp Release Challenge over at Peachy Keen Stamps. It was to create a background using PKS. I used the leaves from the September Club Stamp Kit. As well as the small pumpkin, flourish stamp, and happy fall sentiment. I also used two faces from the June Club Stamp Kit for the acorns.

My leaves I inked in Colorbox ink and then used MS clear embossing powder on them. 

With my cricut I cut this bear at 4 inches and added a layer of feathers on the back. Embossing folders used were: Swiss Dots, SU Square Lattice, and Give a Hoot. The larger pumpkin is a spellbinder die and the small pumpkin is also from the September PKS Club Kit.

Cute little acorns from the Art Philosophy Cartridge. Embossed tops with the SU Square Lattice and stamped with the PKS June Club Kit.

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Peachy Keen Challenge 37

This is my creation for the Peachy Keen September Sketch Challenge. Since Halloween is nearing, I used the Cricut Lite Trick or Treat Cartridge to create my two little trick or treat kids. The witch and the scarecrow were cut at 4.5 inches. The witchy girl I used a face from PKSC-09_September. I also used the Cuttlebug to bring some dimension to her. I used distressed stripes folder for the hair, herringbone folder for the skirt, and swiss dots folder for her shirt. On my scarecrow I used the hounds-tooth folder on his pants. For his face I used PK_550 Pumpkin Faces with white gel pen accents. 
 These little trick or treat kids are so darn cute! I wish I could have had more room to add more.

 For my moon I used the largest circle from the Spellbinders: Standard Large Circles dies. I then doodled stitches on it with a black Faber-Castell XS art pen. Then I used the musical flourish embossing folder. Though hard to see: I used Martha Stewarts Deep Edge Punch Haunted Fence for my strip behind the moon and used a strip of white card stock to make it pop.