Saturday, October 29, 2011

Let's Face it Friday - Creepy Cute!

Just love Peachy faces, here is another challenge that I had a lot of fun with

I went to my one and only local scrapbook store, Archiver's, and they did a make and take of a little luminary.  So I decided I wanted to try some at home.  Well, I didnt want to buy that face punch and tried to hand cut out the face with an exacto knife, well, I didnt like that at all.  So I decided to use the little things I mad and redo them with some fun little Peachy faces!
is the basic luminary pattern, without the punch.

The little ghost is from one of the paper dolls Cricut Carts, and the bat is from Doodlecharms.  I distressed them with Ranger distress ink, tried forest moss on the bat and orange marmalade on the ghost.   I used Peachy Keen faces for both.  Added some sparkle with my sparkle gell roll pen.  I did not have any neat little sentiment stamps for halloween, so I printed out these on the computer then punched them.  Added some ribbon to one and then twine for the other.  They can be filled with candy for a nice little treat!


DoBea A. said...

Love these, so adorable!!!

Cheryl Valadez said...

Oh, these are so cute and I love the sweet faces! Perfect Halloween projects ;D

Thanks for stopping by my blog!

Hugz, Cheryl

joeygirl86 said...

these are super cute! thanks for playing with us at PKS Let's Face it Friday, good luck! :)

Percilla G said...

Kemma I wanted to let you know that you won the B is for boy's cartridge
please send me your information so I can get it mailed out to you
Email me at perderg{at}q{dot}com

Miss Giebel said...

Hi Kemma,
I love your luminaries, they are so cute! Much nicer than the typical brown paper bag with some sand in the bottom!! I'm so happy that you created with us at Peachy Keen Stamps LFIF this challenge!!

Ruthie @ SeptemberNinth said...

Hi Kemma!

OMGosh! These are darling!

Thanks so much for playing along with us at Peach Keen Stamps LFIF challenge!

Ruthie :)

erin lee creative said...

These are adorable Kemma! Thanks for joining us this week for the LFIF Challenge!