Sunday, March 28, 2010

Peachy Keen Stamps Challenge #25

For this PKS Challenge #25, I made a birthday card for my niece. She's turning 3 (I can't believe it!).
I used my new Once Upon a Princess cartridge. There are some super cute cupcakes on it. I also used my Peachy Keen Christmas Character Face Assortment. I used one of the elf faces, but it was perfect b/c the little nose looks like a sprinkle!!
The pp's are gorgeous Bisous from their Hot collection!

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

It Came!!

My Once Upon a Princess cartridge came today! OH MY Gosh it is the cutest cart ever!!
Here is my first creation using it!! Bazzil Cardstock, Prima Marketing Papers and Sakura Gelly Roll Pens...tfl

Sunday, March 14, 2010

2 St. Pat's cards

I had fun making two little St. Patrick's Day cards today. These little leprechauns are from Cricut's Paper Doll Dress Up. The large shamrock is from A Child's Year and the pp is Prima Marketing (not sure what the small green dots patterned paper is). The little faces on the dolls are Peachy Keen Stamps Everyday Faces Assortment (my favorite).

Peachy Keen Stamps Challenge #24

Here's my card for the Peachy Keen Stamps Challenge #24. This challenge was a sketch challenge and also you need to use a PK stamp somewhere on the card.

I cut this little Easter basket and eggs with my Cricut using Doodlecharms. I stamped the eggs with my Peachy Keen Stamps Basic Paper Doll Face Assortment using the 3/8 inch stamp. I cut the eggs at 1 inch set on real size. I decorated the Easter Eggs using Sakura Glaze 3D Glossy Ink pens. Love these!! I painted the Easter basket using Sakura Koi Watercolors and Waterbrush. These paints are really lovely!

The patterned paper was from Flair Designs Easter Surprise Collection.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Peachy Keen Stamps Challenge #23

Here's my card for the Peachy Keen Stamps Challenge #23! I really wanted to use my Penguin Doll Set and I thought how cute would he look holding a little green shamrock. This shamrock cut is from A Child's Year Cricut cartridge. It had a longer stem than the shamrock I used on my last card, that shamrock was from Paper Doll Dress Up. The background paper I used is Prima (I can't remember what company made the green with tiny circles patterned paper) and the green paint is a Ranger Ink dabber in Citrus.