Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Peachy Keen Challenge 59

Good Morning Friends!  Time for another Peachy Keen Sketch Challenge with a twist.

Here is the sketch.  The challenge is to make a card or project
with the sketch and add buttons somewhere on your project.

Peachy Keen stamps are not required for the Tuesday sketch
challenges, but if you have them, we always appreciate seeing what you create with them.

Guest Designer: Glorajean - http://glorascrafts.blogspot.com

Most of you, I am sure, are familiar with Glora and her amazing talent!  She is a very loyal Peachy Keen fan and has participated in just about every PK challenge.  Welcome Glora!

Now for my card.  I used the adorable Bewitched Stamp.  Too cute to be a witch, don't you think?

The bat was stamped on shrink plastic, cut and colored, and then shrunk using a heat gun.  Shrink plastic is so fun!

I used Copics to color the image.  The web is a Stampin' Up rub on.  The skeletons were cut from a piece of patterned paper.

I hope you will play along with us.  Please visit the Peachy Keen blog to see what the other designers have created.  They inspire me, and I am sure they will inspire you as well.  Thanks so much for stopping by.

Hugs and smiles,


  1. Hi Janice! OH HOW CUTE THIS IS!! I love love love love HALLOWEEN.. and your card is just as sweet as can be! CANNOT wait to see you again!! Love ya!! Kathy

  2. Great witch - love the bright colors and the BUTTONS! This whole card is awesome. HUGS!!!

  3. Beautiful job as always, my friend! I love the colors and that witch is adorable. Thanks for your kind words too. You ladies are going to make me cry. It was so fun to design right along with you! Hugs- Glora

  4. I love Halloween cards, and this one is no exception! I love the colors and all the detail you put into it... just wonderful!

  5. WOW great Halloween card Janice!I just LOVE the colors and the COOL ribbon,SUPER CUTE little witch!AWESOME job!!:)

  6. Another Janice triumph!!! This looks to me like a living room, with the cute witch in the doorway and the strip at the bottom, (which I took for ribbon), is the carpet!! OK, you need a BIT more imagination for that image, Ha Ha! All I can say is, IT'S BRILLIANT! xxx