Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Market Street Stamps

Market Street Stamps has released some brand new background stamps. They coordinate very nicely with all of the Market Street stamps. These large stamps are very high quality, and fit perfectly on a A2 card! I have made some cards using the new stamps both as backgrounds and textural elements in stamped images. I hope you enjoy!

For this partying pepper, I used Bffs and Bit of Burlap.

I used Too Many Martinis and Simply Stitched Borders to create the ocean scene. The Octopus is from Sea Animals and Creatures, and the sentiment is from Ain't No Sunshine stamp set.

These are just few examples of what you can do with these stamps. Please be sure check out Market Street Stamps website for more information about the stamps in addition to more inspiration!

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Peachy Keen Challenge #41

For Peachy Keen Challenge 41, you are suppose to create a inspirational project for someone who is going through a difficult time in their life. I think people develop a strength they never knew they had. I wanted to create a card to remind the recipient to be strong, in addition to putting a smile on their face. I used Peachy Keen Faceless Fruit, and Everyday Character Face Assortment stamp sets.

Friday, November 12, 2010

Peachy Keen Blog Hop!

Hey everyone! Welcome to my blog, I hope you have been enjoying the Peachy Keen blog hop! Peachy Keen has released a lot of new winter stamp sets,and they are all really fun and adorable. I have created some projects using some of the stamp sets.

These Too Sweet to Eat Gingerbreads are standing in front of their Gingerbread House.

Christmas is right around the corner, and Santa is ready to come to everyone's home. You may be concerned that Santa burned himself coming down this chimney. He actually snuck through a back window to get into this home. I used Peachy Keen Santa Set to create this card.

I absolutely love the Lorie and Al Gingerbread Set I think it is so cute! I love the expressions on the gingerbread's faces.

Oh no it's snowing candy, and this little gingerbread girl is shocked! I used Bite Me Ginger and the Gingerbread House stamp sets.

The Our 2 Angels in Heaven stamp set is a special set that has been created in memory of Lisa's two wonderful children whose lives ended too soon. It is heartbreaking to hear her story, but her strength and courage is so inspirational. Kathy and Dave are both very generous people, and they are donating the profits from this stamp set to Make a Wish Foundation. This organization is wonderful, so please find it in your heart to contribute and honor the memory of Lisa's children.

I have one last piece of exciting news. I am giving away the Gingerbread House stamp set! All you need to do is leave a comment on this post along with your email. I will be drawing one random winner on Monday November 15. Good Luck! Thank you so much for taking the time to look at my blog.

Thank you everyone for the wonderful comments you left on my blog post! I am very happy to announce the winner of the Peachy Keen Gingerbread House stamp. I used to generate winner.

The winner is primpendinpaper!! who said- Very cute cards. You did a beautiful job. I really love the one where it's snowing candy. How cool would that be! Thanks for the chance to win.

Congratulations! I will be emailing you shortly to get your shipping information!

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Sneak Peek!

Hey everyone, I am so happy to share my sneak peek for tomorrow's blog hop! Peachy Keen is coming out with a lot of new stamp sets. They are all so cute and it's hard not to smile when you see them! Please come back tomorrow to view my projects that I have created for the blog hop!

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Peachy Keen Challenge #40

For this Peachy Keen Challenge you are suppose to create a card or layout based on the sketch that is provided for you. This little indian bear is indulging himself with a nice big slice of pumpkin pie! I used the Cottage Cutz Tear Bear for the bear and Happy Turkey Day for the slice of pie.