Thursday, November 25, 2010

NEW ORNAMENTS at Peachy Keen!!


NEW AT PEACHY KEEN STAMPS!! Acrylic Ornaments! The clear acrylic ornaments come with paper adhesive on each side. GOT COPICS?? and an airbrush?? This was really fun! Take the paper off of one side of the ornament and airbrush with your vibrant copic colors to match your decor! When copic color dries - remove the paper from the other side of the ornament and stamp your face with JetBlack StazOn ink. I used acrylic paint over the StazOn to paint the mouth, and highlighted with white acrylic paint under the eyelines. In the snowflake I painted the inside of the eye whites. So super cute and oh so easy! To make these, I used my 1 3/8" face from PK-460 Happy Lashes and on the snowflake I used PK-471 Happy New Year 1 1/8"

I also used twine from The Twinery. :) LOVE THAT STUFF.. PKS will be carrying that soon too!


MORE PICTURES will be posted after I make the mashed potatoes. :) HAPPY THANKSGIVING EVERYONE!!

I used a new product that we are carrying to make the icing on the gingerbread teardrop. It is a snow writer by DecoArt.. LOVE THIS STUFF!! Sprinkle glitter on it while it's wet for added sparkle!


BLUE CHRISTMAS Snowflake! BAH HA HA


7 comments:

  1. Wow Kathy, these are BEAUTIFUL! I love the twine too. It is such a nice touch and adds to these sweet little ornaments.

    Also thanks SO much for the sweet comment you left on my blog. I can't tell you how much it meant to me that you took the time out of your busy schedule to leave me such a thoughtful comment!

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  2. These are so cute! I'm loving playing with these! ;)

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  3. Kathy, these turned out wonderfully! I love the way the acrylic ornaments turned out, and the fact that you can see the light through them, and the snow people are just adorable! AWESOME!!!

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  4. These are awesome too! Thanks for the explanations on how to color or paint them!

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  5. These ornaments are fantastic Kathy! Just beautiful! :)

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  6. OMG, Kathy, these are so adorable!!!

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