Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Lots of Peachy Keen Goodness

Hello everyone!  I hope you all are having a wonderful week!  I spent most of the morning watching the Olympics and making cards.  I actually have three to share with you today.  The first one is for the color challenge at the Peachy Keen blog.  The other two are for the Peachy Keen challenges going on over at the Peachy Keen Connection.  Here is the color palette they gave us to work with:

Here is the card I made.  The adorable bear is an SVG from My Scrap Chick's Birthday Bear collection.  I used clear embossing powder and heat embossed Peachy Keen's Lattice Background on the orange mat.  For the face, I used Peachy Keen's Cute and Cuddly assortment.  I added some twine, glossy accents to the face, and some doodling.
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The first challenge at Peachy Keen Connection is a sketch.  Here is the sketch:

Here is the card I made:

The second challenge is to use three patterned papers and have a special fold.  The card is a Lori Whitlock file from the Silhouette Store.  The adorable candy corn is an SVG from Lettering Delights.  I used My Creative Time's scallop and circle die for the band that goes around the card.  The adorable face is from Peachy Keen's Cornies Assortment.

I hope you enjoyed my projects.  Thanks for stopping by and have a good night!


  1. Girl you are rocking those PK stamps! Love all three cards, you did a great job on each one! I especially love the last card with the cute band...what fun!

  2. your cards are adorable!!!!!!!! love the peachy faces


  3. WOW! Your cards are great- Thanks for posting your project at Peachy Keen's Challenge this week. I can't pick a favorite, they are just awesome. :)

  4. Oh my, you did a fabulous job on all of your cards!! Thanks so much for joining us at Peachy Keen Stamps..

    Scrappy Hugs,
    Amanda :0)

  5. What wonderful takes on the PKS challenges this week. Thanks for playing along!!


  6. They are all adorable cards, but I really love the corny candy corn! The face was the perfect addition and that paper you used is just gorgeous.