I can't tell you how exciting it has been to be sharing peachy goodness with you as guest contributor on the Peachy Keen blog for February! One of the first PK stamps I ever got were these faceless veggies. Well, I literally squealed with delight when I saw the sentiment sets for the faceless veggies and fruits, so you know I had to have them! BONUS PROJECT: scroll to the next post and see another new Peachy creation I made for this month's Sketch Challenge!
Aren't these hot little peppers the cutest! The cute squiggle stamp at the top also comes with the veggies. Had to choose the adorable cornies faces to go with these silly guys. I stamped one pepper backwards so they would be facing each other. Then I outlined it with a fine marker to simulate the stamp line and drew on the reflections with white pen. The tiny sombrero is a Quickutz die and the tortilla chips I made using my paper crimper. Don't eat them....they wouldn't taste as good as they look, I guarantee. LOL
I popped the peppers with foam tape onto the label, AND, ay caramba, they wobble!!!! Thank you so much for checking out my card today. I sure had fun with this one!
Then this release came out..... Holy heck, it's outta this world! I love it all! Here's a quick card I did using the February release set, PKSC-14 and PK-173, Great Vibes Robots. And more wobbles! After nearly 33 years together, I still get butterflies when I hear hubs' truck coming home after work. :)
She's on a wobble....
and she has a clear shield in her helmet. LOL
And he wobbles too!
Product List, You Still Send Me:
Peachy Keen, PKSC-14, February release
Peachy Keen, PK-173, Great Vibes robots
Paper Trey Ink, banner die
Pattern papers by Pebbles, Inc.
Ink, twine, white pen, glossy accents, clear acetate, dots embossing folder, corner rounder
Product List, You're Hot:
Peachy Keen, PK-270 Faceless Veggies ONE
Peachy Keen, PK-163 Veggie Sentiments ONE
Peachy Keen, PK-293 Cornies Assortment
Spellbinders, Nestabilities Labels Twenty Two and Embossibilities folder Asian
Quickutz, Mexico collection and zigzag edgers
Paper crimper, white pen, ink, marker, foam tape, wobble spring
Pattern paper by MME, Vanity Fair 6x6 paper pad