Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Peachy Keen Stamps: Halloween Release Blog Hop




Welcome Friends to the Peachy Keen Stamps Halloween Release for 2014.
The time has FINALLY arrived!  We’re here and we’re ready to get hopping!  We’ve shared four fabulous days of sneak peeks with you and we’ve been as exited as we could be for the time when we could show you EVERYTHING!  If you’re a Stamp of the Month Club member then you’ve already had a look at the SOTM set. All of these perfectly coordinated stamps are NOW available in the Peachy Keen Shop, and even better, you can grab all your favorites from the August Release at 20% off.  SWEET!!

You should have arrived here from Gigi's Blog, if you’re hopping along in the set order, but if you just happened upon this post then you can go back to the beginning at The Peachy Keen Stamps Blog and start from there so you don’t miss any wonderful project.

This whole release is so spectacular! If any one can make zombies look cute, it's Kathy! I think they are the cutest little zombies I've ever seen! I just knew I had to create a project using them.

NOW share my project for the hop!


I just knew I wanted to create a graveyard and I found the perfect cut file from SVG cutting files to go along with Kathy's amazing creations.

I first cut out each piece of the cut file with various card stock I had. I added white chalk ink to the trees, the base, and fence.

I then added the amazingly creepy sentiments and images from PK-Ye Old Boneyard, PK-Halloween Sentiments and Labels, and PK-August 2014 Stamp of the Month Set to the tombstones and then inked the sides with black memento ink.



I then colored and cut out each zombie kid from PK-Faceless Zombie Kids 1 and 2 by Jessica Weible. Their faces are from the new amazing PK-Zombie Face Assortment. I took a bit of black ink and dirtied them up a bit with it. I then added them to the trees.

I finished by adding the label and sentiment from PK-Halloween Sentiments and Labels anto the front of the fence.

It is meant for cupcakes to go in it but I thought Halloween candy was more appropriate for this project.

PRIZE ALERT :: PRIZE ALERT :: PRIZE ALERT
We want to say thank you to all our loyal peachy friends by offering a little something to say thanks for hopping along with us. For every comment you leave here and on the designer blogs, you'll receive one entry for a chance to win a $50 Gift Certificate from PKS. We'll choose one winner randomly from all the comments.
Good luck and happy hoppin'!!!


Thank you so much for stopping by and please head on over to Amy's blog. 

Don’t forget!
Once you get your new stamps, be sure to share them for our August Linky Party! 
We LOVE featuring fabulous Peachy projects and our Linky Party is one place where we frequently find fabulous projects created by our peachy friends!!  The linky party will go up tomorrow and we’ll be waiting there for you to share all of your brilliant creations using the new stamps!!
Have a beautiful rest of this week and weekend,  and good luck!


PKSC-32 August 2014 Stamp of the Month
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PK-1414-web
PK-1415-web
PK-1416_web
PK-1417-Zombie-Kids-1_WEB
PK-1418-ZOMBIEKIDS_web
PK-1419_Cranky-Franky
PK-1420_web
PK-1421_web
PK-1422_web
PK-1423_WEB

43 comments:

  1. Love your modified cupcake holder for candy. Love the colors you chose!

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  2. More than adorable!! Love the idea
    Babi96 at aol dot com

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  3. oh, this is so fun... i am sure it will be a huge hit for Halloween.

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  4. This is a fantastic project, Emily! So fun for a party!

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  5. Love your display!! How fun it will be to courageously reach for a treat with those teenage Zombies taking guard!!

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  6. TOTALLY cute & SUPER fun!! Yummy candy!
    This is AWESOME!! Fun stamps & images!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    *Crafting With Creative M*


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  7. I absolutely ADORE your little graveyard, so creative! I may have to use your idea with the cupcakes for my grandsons party! Love this!

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  8. What a fun way to display some candy!! Super cute!! Hugs!!

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  9. I can't think of anything better than a ghastly cemetery scene. Your treat holder looks spooky indeed.

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  10. I LOVE your graveyard--it's so cute!

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  11. Love your zombies. You did such a wonderful job on your scene. It is adorable.

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  12. Super cute 3d treat holder. Makes fr some fun spooky décor.

    marg0006 at Verizon dot net

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  13. Such a great and fun treat holder. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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  14. Your graveyard treat holder is super cute!! I just love it!

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  15. This is so cute and will be great to hold the candy that I'm giving out for treats on Halloween. Thanks for sharing a fun idea.

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  16. Oh wow, each project on this hop is better than the last! Your's is my favorite! Simply amazing! !

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  17. Awesome job on your grave yard scene. I like how you inked the white on the trees and your zombies and tombstones are so fun. Great cut and treat holder. Fabulous job.
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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  18. I LOVE your grave yard candy dish. Very cute. Thanks for sharing.
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot

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  19. BEAUTIFUL!!! Very creative, I want one.

    Sue
    http://suek86401.blogspot.com/

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  20. this is so cute, love the graveyard

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  21. Zombie kids are my fave! I can't get over how cute these are.

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  22. Love your graveyard theme treat box!

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  23. Terrific treat box! Your graveyard scene came out fantastic!

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  24. This is such a great treat box. Love the little scene you created with all of the Zombie kids and graveyard!

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  25. Wonderful scene and great idea for the treats! TFS

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  26. Oh my - your graveyard treat box is simply awesome! What fun to create and fun to showcase! WOW!
    ~c

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  27. THIS IS AWESOME!!!! I LOVE IT!!! What a great idea. Kids would just love this! Great design.

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  28. Oh goodness, this is the sweetest graveyard I've ever seen!!! How completely clever and totally adorable!!! I'm SO going to try this too! I just love it! Great job and thanks so much for sharing your other wonderful projects for this release as I've enjoyed seeing and being inspired by them all! :)

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  29. Hi Emily. Your graveyard candy box is a great idea. Great layout, very nice coloring ... time well spent. Thanks for the inspiration! :-)

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  30. Love your graveyard candy box. Super Cute :)

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  31. OMG LOVE your AWESOME treat holder Emily, SUPER DUPER job as always!!! :)

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  32. How darn cute is this??? VERY darn cute, I'd say!! What a fun and adorable display for some yummy treats!! Love it!!
    Hugs,
    Lori

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  33. Amazing project Emily. I love all the little details about it.
    Melisa
    Lovemycricut2@gmail.com

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  34. How stinkin' cute! And yummy too!!! Great job! This is such an awesome release..I can't wait to play!!

    cassandracauble at yahoo dot com

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  35. Great idea! and very good job on you project.

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  36. Totally awesome!!!! I so love it!!! :)

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