Wednesday, November 14, 2012

another challenge....

Hello crafty friends!
Time for another Peachy Keen Stamps Challenge
 
This week's challenge is ANYTHING GOES!!
Just use your PEACHY KEEN STAMPS and link up!
We'll be awarding "TOP PEACH" to the player who uses their Peachy Keen Stamps this week and they, along with our three runner ups will receive a spiffy badge to display on their blog!
Guidelines:
  • Design must be new
  • Link up by 11/14 - 11:59 pm EST
  • For this particular challenge, you must use Peachy Keen Stamps to link up. (For other challenges, you don't need our stamps to play along, this only applies to the "Anything Goes" Challenge)
I spent alot of time, well what free time I had this week, making Thanksgiving cards. Here are a few. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE this set!!
Thanks for visiting!
Hope you enjoy!
Gina
 







Sunday, November 11, 2012

another PKS challenge

Hello crafty friends!
Wooohooo, I have another challenge project!
PKS release challenge on the Peachy Keen Connection
 
For my project I made a wall hanging. I can never have too many of those unfinished wooden plaques from the craft store. For this one, I stamped the boy elf from PKS Lauri Love skip faceless elves,  I also used My Creative Time Warm Holiday Fun.
I colored with copics, Tim Holtz distress markers, inked the edge with TH distress ink (salty ocean).
I used my Martha Stewart glitter markers for the shorts, hat and belt. LOVE these markers.
Hope you enjoy and are ready for a wonderful Holiday Season!!

Thanks for visiting!
gina
 


Thursday, November 8, 2012

PKS November Release Challenge

Hello crafty friends!!
I was able to get in some crafting, time for this has become few and far between! I can NOT wait to receive my Peachy Keen November stamp of the month stamps!
For the release party, there were 2 challenges presented. I am still working on Challenge #2, but here is my
tag for Challenge #1. I used PKS September and October releases for the chipmunk, acorns and sentiment. I used My Creative Time's tag dies, curly die and border stamp. Colored with copics, heat embossed the sentiment with Tim Holtz distress ink (YES the distress ink!!) and clear embossing powder! Ribbon is from my stash and a piece of twine.
Thanks for visiting!!
 
~gina~