Friday, September 30, 2011

Peachy Keen LFIF Challenge #25

Good morning everyone!  The Peachy Keen "Let's Face it Friday" challenge this week is to incorporate leaves into our creations using Peachy Keen face stamps.  I was so excited to use my brand new stamp set called PK-648 Faceless Scarecrow Dolls combined with the PK-649 Scarecrow Accessories stamp set (face and greeting).  The leaves are from a Stampin' Up! set called Gently Falling.


Supplies:
*All papers, inks and accessories by Stampin' Up!
Soft Suede card stock embossed with Houndstooth embossing folder
Spice Cake designer series paper
More Mustard card stock for base of scarecrow
Crumb Cake card stock for face of scarecrow
Soft Suede card stock (embossed) for hat on scarecrow
Island Indigo card stock for pants on scarecrow
Basic Black, Early Espresso, More Mustard, Regal Rose ink pads
Cherry Cobbler, More Mustard markers
uni-ball white gel pen
Small Heart punch on hat
1-1/4" Circle layered on 1-3/8" Circle for greeting.  Designer Label punch for backing
Treat Tubes (Stampin' Up) filled with almonds and praline pecans
1-1/4" Early Espresso striped grosgrain ribbon
3/8" Pool Party ruffled ribbon
1/8" Early Espresso taffeta ribbon
Leaves stamped using Early Espresso ink pad and Gently Falling stamp set

Scarecrow Instructions:
(1) Stamp scarecrow with black onto More Mustard card stock and cut out.  Sponge edges with More Mustard ink pad. If you want to add more shading to straw, gently color a stroke along each straw with a More Mustard marker.  Stamp just the head onto another piece of More Mustard and cut out just the straw laying on the face and sponge edges.

(2) Stamp head with black onto Crumb Cake card stock.  Stamp face from accessories set with black.  Stipple rose onto cheeks.  Color in nose with Cherry Cobbler marker.  Add white hilights to eyes with uniball gel ink pen.  Cut out face all the way to hat brim (don't cut around straw on face).  Sponge edges with crumb cake ink.  Glue face onto body.  Glue straw "bangs" onto face.

(3) Stamp head onto embossed piece of Soft Suede and cut out hat.  Glue onto head.  Stamp head onto spice cake dsp and cut out hat band and glue on.  Punch small heart and glue onto hat.

(4) Stamp lower part of body on Island Indigo card stock and cut out pants and glue onto body.

(5) Stamp upper part of body onto spice cake dsp and cut out arms (leave the area across chest in once piece, cutting around straw around neck.  Glue onto body.

(6) Stamp body onto spice cake dsp and cut out dress and cuffs on sleeves. Glue onto body.  Color in buttons with Island indigo marker.

Box Instructions:
Create box following the instructions HERE (follow instructions for Four Tube variation) using Soft Suede card stock.  Use the 1" punch for holes.  For the backing, cut a piece of 4-1/2" x 7-1/2" soft suede.  Layer 4-3/8" 4-3/8" spice cake dsp at top of piece (this is what will show above tube holder). Attach tube holder to backing.

Wrap a length of espresso striped ribbon around box and tie a knot (slip a short length of pool party ribbon into the knot before tightening.  Attach scarecrow with dimensionals.  Stamp greeting with espresso ink onto pool party card stock. Punch out with 1-1/4" circle. Layer onto 1-3/8" early espresso circle.  Layer that onto decorative label punch in spice cake dsp.  Mount onto box with dimensionals.

Stamp leaves from Gently Falling with early espresso ink onto spice cake dsp.  Cut out leaves with stems. Fill bags with treats.  I used almonds and praline pecans.  Seal bags and then tie 1/8" espresso taffeta ribbon around top of each tube. Slip a leaf stem under each ribbon (you may want to secure with a mini glue dot).






Punch Inspiration 9/30/11

Please come back at 10 am today for another Peachy Keen challenge.  I've got an awesome project to share!

Butterfly Trio

Spooky Owl

Circle Challenge

Wedding Birds

Lotus Flower

3-D Project:
Mummy Pillow Box

Petite Pocket 5 Sided Box

Snowman Nugget Box

Video of the day:
Letters to Santa take two

Thursday, September 29, 2011

NEW Peachy Keen Stamps Sneak Peek with TONS OF PRIZES

Hey Everyone! I bet you're SUPER excited to see what Kathy's had up her sleeve for this sweet Fall mini-release! And, did you know we have a new line that will be debuting, too? Here's a hint: the name of the line is... "Country Bumpkin Stamps". We won't reveal the artist until tomorrow! Sneaky, sneaky! ;)

Here are the peeks from PKS!  They include two faceless sets and a new face collection dubbed "The Uglies"!  Perfect for your Halloween Goblins and Ghouls!




And our first "Country Bumpkin" sneaks!






So...who wouldn't want a chance to win these before they're released?!  Here's what we're going to do.
There are two sets of each stamp to giveaway.  So there are TWENTY chances to win!
WHOA! Yes, I'm serious. 20 chances!

That means there will be winners from a variety of places.

Want to enter?
There are several ways to enter and win!  You can do ALL of them for even more chances to win!
(1)  Join the Peachy Keen Connection (if you are not already a member).  Please go HERE to join. Then leave a comment on the Peachy Keen Connection in the forum thread HERE.
(2)  Leave a comment on the Peachy Keen Facebook Wall telling them you're stopping by from the PK Connection!  Go HERE to comment.
(3)  Follow the PKS Blogs HERE & HERE. We'll draw a few random winners from each blogs' followers.
(4) Share this thread with your friends on YOUR Facebook wall or Twitter account. Leave us a link letting us know you did either and we'll choose a couple winners as well!

That's it! Hope you guys are excited, you have 24 hrs to get in on these giveaways! Tomorrow we'll be revealing the sale for the weekend and announcing ALL twenty winners on the PK Connection! See you then! Good luck!

Punch Inspiration 9/29/11

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Punch Inspiration 9/28/11

Sorry I was feeling pretty sick last night so the inspiration links are light today.  Apparently there is a bug going around and I think I might have gotten it.
Wicked Halloween

Stocking Christmas

Housewarming Card

Triple Layer Glitter Cake

3-D Projects:
Santa's Magic Key Door Hanger

Video of the day:
Blossom Petals Ornaments

Monday, September 26, 2011

Punch Inspiration 9/26/11

Sorry I didn't have any inspiration posts this weekend.  I was working at the scrap expo all weekend and just too tired to get it done!

Swing Out Fold Card Tutorial

Halloween Scrapbook

Flirtatious Owl

Boy's Overalls

3-D Projects:
Punched Santa Treat Tube

Halloween Box

Mummy Container Tutorial

Video of the day:
Halloween Mini Scrapbook

Monday, September 19, 2011

Peachy Keen LFIF Challenge 24 - Sunshine

Due to the PKS/Quick Quotes joint hop on Saturday, we delayed the Let's Face it Friday challenge to today.

THE CHALLENGE

We are all craving that sunshine as the days start to get cooler, so make a project that radiates that warmth of the sun using your Peachy Keen Faces! Do you have a Peachy Keen face stamp?  Play along on the challenge for a chance to win the Happy Lashes Assortment stamp set!  Go HERE for the challenge details.

I LOVE the faces in the new Peachy Keen PK-649 Scarecrow Accessories stamp set.  Aren't those little faces the sweetest?  Just a reminder that orders over $25 will get a 10% discount through September.
SUNNY SCARECROW COUPLE


These cute little scarecrows will be featured on my October Craft Project Central tutorial.  Please check back later for all the details.

Are you into scarecrows?  Check out my treat tube basket tutorial HERE.

Punch Inspiration 9/19/11

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Punch Inspiration 9/18/11

Please be sure to come back at 10 am today to check out the Peachy Keen challenge.  I have more fun punch art to show you!

Shabby Chic Giraffe

Birthday Passionette

Yummy Icecream

Thanksgiving Mantle

Fall Themed Birthday

Sweet Baby

Pinwheel Owl

Vintage Christmas Stocking

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Peachy Keen & Quick Quotes Blog Hop

Thank you so much for joining us for the Peachy Keen Stamps and Quick Quotes joint blog hop! 
If you've just came from the Quick Quotes blog, then you are hopping along just fine. I'm the first designer on the hop today.  You'll have until Sunday night to complete the hop and leave comments for a chance to win a prize!

Peachy Keen Stamps and Quick Quotes have partnered this weekend to bring you incredible creations from both Design Teams. You'll see how versatile our products truly are!  I used paper and vellum quotes from the Live Out Loud collection at Quick Quotes.  Please note that the pretty orange and lime green print papers are the back side of the papers shown on the product page.  I also used 2 of the Peachy Keen face sets to create my punch art characters.  The faces on the birds are from the PK-482 Winter Wonderland Face Assortment.  The face on the frog prince is from PK-741 Baby Animals.

(look below for supply list)

(look below for supply list)

Thanks again for stopping by! I hope you're inspired and ready to create!  Don't forget to leave a comment on each designers' blog for a chance to win either a Quick Quotes prize package or two stamp sets from Peachy Keen!  The deadline for commenting is 11:59 pm EDT, Sunday, September 18th.

Punch Art Instructions:

Love Birds:
Punch the following pieces with Stampin' Up! paper punches for each bird.
Small Oval (current US catalog) for head
1 1/4" Circle for body
2 wings from the Bird Builder punch
1 small Boho Blossom punch for the feet, cut apart to create feet

Stamp faces with black ink.  Highlight eyes with white unibal gel ink pen.  Sponge or stipple regal rose ink onto cheeks. Sponge edges of all orange pieces with Pumpkin Pie ink and lime pieces with Old Olive ink.  Color in beek with pumpkin pie marker. Attach wings and head to body with dimensionals.  Glue feet onto body.

Frog Prince:
Punch the following pieces with Stampin' Up! punches:
Extra Large Oval (wide) for head
1 3/4" Circle for body
(2) 3/4" Circles for eyes
Butterfly cut in half for hind legs
Modern Label cut in half and ends rounded out for feet
(2) Word Window for front legs 
(2) small Boho Blossoms for front feet (trimmed as shown)
several 3/8" Circles from Itty Bitty Shapes punch pack for spots
(2) chest pieces from Owl Builder punch.  Make v slots on top of one piece to create crown.  Glue other piece onto bottom to extend length and trim away excess.

Stamp eyes onto 3/4" circles.  Stamp mouth on head.  Add white hilights to eyes with uniball gel pen. Add pink to cheeks. Sponge edges of all pieces with Old Olive ink.  Glue spots onto body. Glue hind legs onto each side of body.  Attach hind feet with dimensionals.  Attach front legs with dimensionals.  Attach front feet to legs with dimensionals.  Glue eyes onto top of head.  Attach head with dimensional or Action Wobble Spring. Glue crown onto head and add small rhinestones.

Punch Inspiration 9/17/11

Today's inspiration is posted a bit early because I am also participating in a PKS/Quick Quotes join hop today.  Be sure to check out the great projects I have posted on my hop post coming up right after this one.

Got Treats?

Fall Pumpkin

Pennant Golf

3-D Projects:
Stationary Set

Halloween Candy Bar Wrapper Buddies

Trick or Treat Scary & Sweet

Snowflake newsletter holder

This isn't Stampin' Up! but it was so amazing that I HAD to share!
Pop Up House Warming Card

Monday, September 12, 2011

Peachy Keen Stamps Winner!

Congratulations to the random drawing winner of the In Stitches face assortment stamp set by Peachy Keen.

The winner was Nana Jo who had this to say:


Nana, please email me at paperpunchaddiction@gmail.com to claim your prize!

Punch Inspiration 9/12/11

Friday, September 9, 2011

Peachy Keen September Stamp Release Blog Hop

WOW! is all I can say about the newest stamps to come out at Peachy Keen.  Not only do we have 2 more awesome face sets, but there are so many other awesome fall sets as well.  You will fall head over heels in LOVE with the Scarecrows!

If you came from Nikki's blog, you are on the right track.  If you are just joining the hop, be sure to start at the challenge site HERE.  You don't want to miss a thing!  Every stop on the hop is giving away blog candy, so be sure to leave a comment at each blog for many chances to win!

BLOG CANDY ALERT!
Please leave a comment here for a chance to win the PK-486 In Stitches Face Assortment!



Be sure to check out all of the new stamps at Peachy Keen.
  Peachy Keen Anniversary Sale!  ALL stamps on sale!
Spend $25 - $39.99 - 15% off
Spend $40 - $74.99 - 20% off
Spend $75 + and get 25% off!
ORDER HERE

My first project features the PK-486 In Stitches Face Assortment set.  LOVE IT!
(scroll to the bottom of this post for the instructions to make this)

My second project features the PK-442 Happy Go Lucky Dog Face Assortment paired with the In Stitches Face Assortment.  I've been waiting for a dog set.  SO HAPPY!
 (scroll down for details on how to make this card)

The next stop on the hop is Janice who has an awesome scarecrow project!

In case you get lost, here is the complete list of blog hop stops:
Kim - http://www.paperpunchaddiction.com   YOU'RE HERE


Ghost Candy Box Card Instructions:
Go HERE for the step by step instructions to make the treat box card.  I used the DCWV Ghosts & Goblins paper stack.  The greetings are from the My Creative Time "All Around Halloween" stamp set.

For the ghost, punch the following pieces out of shimmery white card stock using Stampin' Up! punches:
Ornament for head
4 Blossom Petals
Extra Large Oval for body

Use the small oval punch (currently in US catalog) to punch sleeves as shown.  Trim away the bottom of 2 blossom petals to form body pieces.   Use glue pen and dizzling diamonds glitter to outline edges of all pieces and add strokes of glitter in the center of each piece (except the head).  Stamp the In Stitches face with black on the ornament.  Stipple or sponge regal rose ink onto cheeks and add glitter to nose.

Glue 2 petal pieces onto body.  Glue arms onto body.  Attach head with dimensional or Wobble Action Spring (as shown here).  

Pumpkin Pooch Instructions:
Card was created with the DCWV Ghosts & Goblins paper stack.  Punch the following pieces with Stampin'  Up! punches:

(3) Extra Large Ovals in Peach Parfait for pumpkin 
(2) 1-3/8" Circle in Creamy Caramel for dog head and body
(2) wings from Bird Builder punch in Creamy Caramel for ears
(2) 1/2" Circles in Creamy Caramel for paws
several flowers from itty bitty punch pack in Chocolate Chip for spots

Sponge edges of all creamy caramel pieces with close to cocoa ink.  Stamp face from Happy Go Luck Dog face set with black ink.  Add hilights to eyes with white unibal gel pen.  Color in tongue with blender pen and cherry cobbler ink.  Color in mouth with black marker.  Stipple or sponge regal rose ink onto cheeks.  Glue spots onto head and body and trim excess away from edges.  Glue ears onto head.  

Sponge edges of peach parfait pieces with cajun craze ink.  Stamp face from In Stitches in black.  Add white hilights with unibal gel pen.  Color in nose and mouth with blender pen and cajun craze ink.  Overlap 2 ovals and glue together.  Attach 3rd oval in center with dimensional.  

Glue dog body onto back of pumpkin.  Glue paws onto front of pumpkin.  Attach head of dog with dimensional or Wobble Action spring (as shown).

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Punch Inspiration 9/8/11

I'm off to my girls stamping retreat today!  I won't be posting any punch inspiration until Monday morning.  Please check back here tomorrow to check out the latest and greatest Peachy Keen stamps!  There will be a blog hop with a chance to win a FREE stamp set at every stop on the hop!  Plus another fun punch art tutorial from me!  You won't want to miss it!

Check out this fun video:

Video of the day:
Satin Flower tutorial

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Win Some Peachy Keen Stamps!

This week, Peachy Keen is previewing all of the new stamp sets over the next 3 days with our official design team blog hop on Friday.  Jump on over to the challenge site and leave a comment.  Every day, they will be giving away stamps to the lucky winners!  Following are the preview posts.  Be sure to leave a comment on each one for a chance to win lots of stamps!

 Leave a comment at the challenge site for a chance to win the new Faceless Scarecrow dolls or the Scarecrow Accessories stamp sets.  2 winners will be drawn!  Click on the link below for details on the drawing:
http://peachykeenstamps.blogspot.com/2011/09/peachy-keen-stamps-september-release_06.html

If you missed the first day of previews, please go to the challenge site at this link for a chance to win one of the Faceless Fall Fun stamp sets:
http://peachykeenstamps.blogspot.com/2011/09/peachy-keen-stamps-september-release.html

Be sure to visit the challenge site Wednesday and Thursday for a chance to win more of the new release stamp sets as well!


Punch Inspiration 9/6/11

Hey all, before I get to the inspiration today, just wanted to let you know that I posted a brand new punch art class last night!  Check out my Halloween Bears HERE.

I don't have many for you today.  I was working extra hard yesterday to get my new class completed.  Here are a few items I wanted to share.

Elegant Bird

3-D Projects:
Wine Holder tutorial

Frankie Milk Carton

Video of the day:
Out on a Limb

Peachy Keen Blog Candy Winner

Congratulations to Ashley who was the winner of the random drawing for the Peachy Keen Snowmany Faces 1 1/8" stamp set.  She was commenter number #46 and she had this to say:



Halloween Bears Punch Art Class

Finally!  I just completed a new punch art class.  These little bears in costume will capture your heart!


$5.50

Each class features full color step by step picture tutorials in pdf format.  The designs use Stampin' Up! paper punches.  

Included in this class are the following patterns:

Count Bear
Frankenbear
Devil Bear
Mummy Bear
Interchangeable treat box


These are digital classes that are delivered via download. After completing payment, you will receive an email from Fast Wagon with a link to download the class. If you don't receive the email, please check your spam box before contacting me.  If you plan on ordering classes from me in the future, you may want to add service@fastwagon.com to your address book to avoid spam filtering.

Contact me with any questions or issues at paperpunchaddiction@gmail.com

Thank you for your purchase!

Monday, September 5, 2011

Pentagon Roll-Up Compartment Box & Card

Give a gift that is truly unique and special!  I designed this pentagon roll-up compartment box for Craft Project Central.  It opens up to reveal 5 triangular compartments with windows to see the contents within.  Fill with an assortment of candy, trinkets or other surprises.  This makes a great gift for any holiday.  Imagine making this with halloween, baby, easter, birthday or other celebration themed paper!

Please visit Craft Project Central and subscribe to September to get the full color step by step instructions.  There are 10 awesome projects this month and this is only one of them!  $10 for 10 projects, what a bargain!
http://craftprojectcentral.com/sept-2011


BLOG CANDY ALERT!!!
Leave a comment on this post for a chance to win a free subscription to this month at CPC!  I will be drawing the winner on Wednesday night. If you don't have an email in your comment profile, please make sure to check back to see if you won!


Punch Inspiration 9/5/11

Sorry for the delay today.  Before I get to the inspiration, I just wanted to remind you of some Blog Candy give-aways on my blog.  To win a free subscription to Craft Project Central, go HERE.  To win a free Peachy Keen stamp set, go HERE.  I will be drawing for the CPC prize on Wednesday and the PKS prize tonight!  Also, for a chance to win ANY month on CPC, check out the Pretty Card Challenge HERE.

Vintage Wallpaper Gatefold

Furry Folk

Spice Cake box card (SCS tutorial HERE)

Butterfly Congratulations

Sparkly Butterfly

Stampin' Pastels Tutorial

Glittery Stocking punch

Video of the day:
Medallion Christmas Ornament

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Pool Party

I used to teach a monthly scrapbooking class at the local library.  I just don't have the time anymore but I did create some pretty cute layouts for the class.  Check this one out.  The girl on the tube is a paper piecing from Precious Piecings.  The patterns there are awesome! You should check them out.


Beautiful

This was always one of my favorite pages.  This retired Stampin' Up! designer paper was the perfect match to her cute little flowered dress.  I should have scanned these instead of photographing.  I think they would have came out much clearer.

Daddy's Girl

Here is another layout I did.  Lilly is most definitely daddy's girl!  She has him wrapped around her little finger.


I fought the spaghetti and I won!

I have a few scrapbook pages that I have not shared.  I thought you would all get a kick out of this one.  My daughter has always been a messy eater.


Punch Inspiration 9/4/11

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Halloween Party Scrapbook Page

I created this page quite a long time ago but never got around to posting it!  This was my daughter's first halloween.  She looked so cute in here little costume!  The mummy was created with the ornament punch for the head and 3/4" Circle for hands.  Punch strips of paper with word window and layer onto pieces.  Teardrop punch for eyes and trimmed 1/2" circle for nose.

Punch Inspiration 9/3/11

Friday, September 2, 2011

Peachy Keen LFIF Challenge #23 Back to School

This project was so fun!  I love owls and instantly thought of a smarty owl when I got the new Peachy Keen face set called Winter Wonderland Faces 1-1/8" (PK-483).  Check it out HERE.  Once again, I got to use an Action Wobble Spring to attach the head.  These are so fun!  PKS has the springs in stock HERE.

Let's Face it Friday Challenge #23 was to create a teacher gift featuring a PKS face set.  Check out the other great project ideas at the challenge site HERE.  Instructions for my project are below the picture.

BLOG CANDY ALERT!!
I have the Snowmany Faces 1-1/8" Face set to give away!  For a chance to win, all you have to do is take a moment to check out the newest release of PKS stamps HERE (towards the top of page).  Then, leave a comment mentioning one other stamp set besides the Winter Wonderland or Snowmany Faces (this way I know you visited).  On Monday morning, I will randomly select a winner.  If you do not have an email on your profile, please make sure to check back to see if you won!

Instructions:
Punch out the following pieces using Stampin' Up! paper punches:
1-3/4" Circle in Crumb Cake - HEAD
2-1/2" Circle in Crumb Cake - BODY
(2) large petals from Blossom Petals Builder in Soft Suede - WINGS
(2) large petals from Blossom Petals Builder in Crumb Cake - LEGS
(9) large petals from Blossom Petals Builder in Very Vanilla - CHEST
(5) Small Hearts in Peach Parfait - FEET & BEAK
(2) medium petals from Blossom Petals Builder in Crumb Cake - HEAD

For the glasses, first punch a hole in black cardstock using the 1/2" circle.  Line up the 3/4" circle over the punched hole to create a ring shape.  Punch 2 of these.  Punch or cut a small piece of black for the bridge on the glasses (I used the retired slot punch).

Sponge the edges of all crumb cake and very vanilla pieces with crumb cake ink.  Sponge edges of soft suede pieces with early espresso ink.  Sponge edges of peach parfait pieces with cajun craze ink.

Stamp the bird face from Winter Wonderland Faces 1-1/8" (PK-483) with black ink on the 1-3/4" circle. Color the whites and highlights of the eyes with a uniball white gel pen.  Stipple or sponge regal rose ink onto the cheeks (I love the cheek chalk brushes from PKS. details HERE). Glue the glasses onto face.  Attach one of the small hearts with a dimensional over the stamped beak (or color the beak instead). Glue the medium petals onto top of head to create "tufted horns"

For the body, first glue the crumb cake petals onto bottom of 2-1/2" circle for legs.  Glue soft suede wings onto each side.  Glue 2 hearts together to form each foot.  Glue feet onto bottom of legs.  Layer the vanilla petals onto the chest.  Starting at the bottom, layer one on each side and then place one in the middle.  Place another 3 above those and then the last 3 above those.  The tops of the petals in the top row will go above the body circle.  

Attach head to body with an Action Wobble Spring.  You can buy them from PKS.  Details are HERE.  An alternate is to attach with a dimensional.

For the treat box, I filled a small gusset bag with Werthers caramel candies and tied the top closed with a striped grosgrain ribbon.  Create a small box bottom by measuring the width and depth of the filled bag and add 2 inches to both dimensions.  Cut the designer paper or card stock and then score at 1" on each side.  Clip on the 2 score lines on 2 ends and then fold the tabs up and glue in place to form a box bottom.  Use sticky strip to attach gusset bag into bottom of box.  Make a tag to tie onto the top of bag.

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