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Friday, September 17, 2010

PKS Let's Face It Challenge #1

Hello everyone!  Today is the first official challenge for the Peachy Keen "Let's Face It Fridays" design team.  Our challenge was to create a Halloween treat box/bag/package featuring a Peachy Keen face stamp as the focal point.  I just HAD to create this cute little witch using my new Princess Face stamps.  After checking out my tutorial, be sure to check out all of the other awesome projects by the other design team members at the PKS Challenge Blog.  Play along on the challenge blog if you have some Peachy Keen face stamps and you could win a Cottage Cutz Tear Kitty Die with faces set, Snow Bitty Faces stamp set & 2 round acrylic blocks.  What an AWESOME prize!

Pieces Needed for Witch:

Ornament in pink pirouette - HEAD
3/8” Circle (itty bitty shapes punch pack) in pink pirouette - EARS
Small Oval in pink pirouette - NECK
Modern Label and little flower (itty bitty punch pack) in pink pirouette - HAND
3 Wide Oval in early espresso - HAIR
2 Wide Oval in black - HAT BRIM
3 Round Tab in black - HAT & CAPE
2 3/8” Scallop Circle (half) in elegant eggplant - DRESS SKIRT
Scallop Circle (half) in elegant eggplant - DRESS SKIRT
Designer Label in elegant eggplant - DRESS BODICE
 Label in elegant eggplant - DRESS SLEEVE
Word Window in pumpkin and black - TIGHTS
2 Medium Ovals in black - SHOES
3 Word Windows in soft suede - BROOM STICK
Ornament in more mustard - BROOM

Witch Assembly Instructions:

1) Trim the pieces as shown.  Sponge the edges of the eggplant pieces with eggplant ink. 
2) Cut one espresso oval into quarters.  Fringe cut the edges of the pieces for the hair.  Fringe cut the length of the other 2 espresso ovals for the back of the hair.
3) Cut the stem off the pink pirouette ornament.  Sponge the edges of the pink pirouette papers with blushing bride ink.  Glue the ears onto the head.  Stamp the face onto face.  Color whites of eyes with a uniball gel ink pen.  Use a blender pen and suede ink to add a little color to the iris of the eyes.  Sponge a little pink pirouette ink onto the cheeks.  Glue fringed hair pieces onto top of head.  Trim away excess on top of head.
4) Glue 2 fringed ovals together and glue onto back of head at the top (leave open towards the bottom)
5) Glue 2 black ovals together to form hat brim.  Glue hat top onto brim.  Glue hat onto back of head.
6) Glue neck onto head at a slight angle.  Glue dress bodice onto back of neck at a slight angle.
7) Attach scallop circle half onto large scallop half with dimensional to create skirt.  Glue skirt onto bottom of bodice.  Trim the length of the sleeve and attach to body.  Glue hand onto back of sleeve.
8) Sponge edges of cape with white craft ink.  Attach cape to front of body with dimensional.  Glue cape back onto back of body (slip between back of hair and bodice).
9) Glue suede word windows together for broom stick.  Sponge edge with soft suede ink.  Round out sharp edges on broom piece.  Fringe bottom of broom.  Draw detail lines with zig pen.  Attach broom head to handle.
10) Cut the black word window into little strips. Glue onto orange word windows.  Glue feet onto legs.  Glue one leg onto bottom of skirt.  Glue broom handle onto back of skirt.    Make sure position of handle comes into contact with hand.  Glue hand in place.  Cut 2 petals off mini flower to create thumb.  Glue thumb onto back of broom handle.  Glue other leg onto back of skirt.

Treat Box  Instructions:

1) Cut 6 x 8 1/2” for box body.  Score along the long side at 1/2”, 1 1/2”,  4 1/2”, 5 1/2”.  Apply scor tape along the 1/2” score line and tape in place to form a box that is open at the top and bottom.

2) Cut 3 x 5” and score at 1”  on each side.  Clip the 2 short score lines on each end.  Fold the tabs in and tape in place to form an open top box.  Glue the box body into this box bottom piece.

3) Cut 2 pieces 3” x 3” for the box top.  Glue the pieces on the top front and top back of the box body.  Punch the wide oval at the top of each piece.  Tie handles together with a ribbon.


Joanna said...

WOw Kim this is amazing how you make these! Love it! :)

Erika Valdez said...


Angelica Suarez said...

Kim, I absolutely LOVE your little witch! Seeing the tutorial makes me love it even more - what a work of art!! Great job!! :) ~ Angelica

Lauren Y. said...

Wow! Wow! This is all I can say!
You are SO talent!
Thanks for sharing!

Glora said...

Wow Kim! You are amazing. I can't believe you made such an adorable witch out of those simple shapes. FABULOUS! I'm looking forward to your future creations!!!

Unknown said...

Wow this is amazing! She is so adorable, I could not believe that you made her with punches. You are very talented. So glad I found your blog..I will be stalking you often:)


Miss Giebel said...

Kim, you're little witch bag is so adorable. I'm amazed at how you figure out the intricate patterns to make these wonderful creations!!

bumblebee creations said...

OMGOODNESS!!!tHis is just the cutest little witch ever! I love her! and wouldn't ya now I just ordered a couple of those punches and even the early expresso! I can't wait till they get here!

Sentimental Scrapper said...

WOW!!!! Very cute!

Anonymous said...

This witch is just plain adorable! Thank you for sharing!

Shelly Schmidt said...

Geepers- this is outstanding!!! Thanks for the visuals! I love your creativity!

Vicki Burdick said...

Wowzers, this is awesome, she is so cute!! Love it!!

francork said...

You are so talented. Thank you so much for the tutorial. This witch is adorable

Marg said...

This is wonderful! I don't know how all you talented people can design punch art. I am amazed.

Cape Craft Crazy said...

What an adorable witch! Thanks so much for sharing & for the great tutorial. Can't wait to try it!

Unknown said...

It's no wonder you're on the team Kim! This is just brilliant! How on earth you can 'see' the shapes totally amazes me! Brilliant stuff!
Hugs Viv xxx

Linda said...

How cute is that Witch. You did a wonderful job designing it.
Thanks so much for sharing.

KathyJ Peachy Keen Stamps said...

Kim!! You are amazing and oh so talented! Your witch is simply adorable!! LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!! Thank you for all you do for us at PKS!! We appreciate you!! Big Hugs and Lots of Love! Kathy

KathyJ Peachy Keen Stamps said...

Had to leave another comment.. I am EVER SO impressed with your tutorial! Thank you so much for sharing and for the awesome tutorial! Hugs, Kathy

Raven B said...

WOW! She is just tooo cute! I think I'm going to have to buy up all of SUs punches. lol

Janice W. said...

You are so cleaver. Thanks for sharing how you made her. I was wondering how you did the witch hat. Thanks for inspiring me to look at my punches more creatively!

Samantha Casey said...

Wow! I can see why you were chosen to be on the design team! You are very talented! I absolutely love this witch, you did a wonderful job! i am excited to see what else you create in the future!

Sam Woodruff said...

Wow! She is adorable. Love your blog, Thanks for directing me here from your comment on mine, I'll let the lady know, that gave me that witch, she did a pretty good job from your tutorial.Thanks for Sharing it. Now on to stalking some more☺ Hugs


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