Tuesday, September 28, 2010

PKS Challenge #37 (Autumn - Otono)

Hello Everyone. PKS Team Challenge #37 - Sketch With a Twist.  I love autumn colors so this was a perfect sketch for me. We were asked to do a new card or layout and use the sketch below with kraft paper, but I ran out kraft paper :o( (had to use my resources) Spanish Lesson 101 - Otono means Autumn

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Paper: Colorbook, DCWV
Cartridge: Create a Critter, George
PKS-943 Everyday Character Face Parts
Embellishments: Soft Spoken, Michaels
Boarder Die Cut: Papertry Ink Eyelet Lace
Embossing Folder: Cuttlebug Seeing Dots
Boarder Punch:  Fiskars Leaf Boarder

Have a Great Autumn Day!

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Pumpkin Treat Container

PKS has kicked off a new challenge on Fridays (in addition totheir Tuesday Challenges) that will make you think outside of the box when you use your Peachy Keen Faces.
Here are the rules: projects must contain a Peachy Keen Stamp face to be eligible for entry.
Your project should be new and linked up to Mr. Linky by September 30th @ 12 a.m. Pacific!
( http://www.peachykeenstamps.blogspot.com/ )
Paper: DCWV, Recollection
Cartridge: October 31st and Plantin SchoolBook
PKS: 905 2" BPD No.6
Ribbon: Offray
White Gel Pen
Yummy Candy :o)

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Hello Everyone.    Over at http://www.mycreativetime.blogspot.com/ Emma has done it again!
This weeks Thursday Throwback Challenge #98 Emma said

Why not create a card using NO machines~ lets make our cards "Old School" style! hehehe! Remember when there was no fancy die cutting machines or anything like it back in the days!! All I remember is cardstock, pattern paper, scissors, glue & stamps!

B-E   I-N-S-P-I-R-E-D!

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Hello Kitty - Autumn Layout

As Autumn makes it's debut, I cannot help but to like this time of year.  The leaves change color and the weather is cool and not cold.  My goal this fall is to take my kiddies to Starve Rock, Illinois to be able to enjoy a moment of fresh air, nature and help them to reflect on the simplicty of life without our high tech hustle bustle.

Paper: DCWV, Colorbook
Cartridge: Hello Kitty, Stretch Your Imagination, Create a Critter
Embossing Folder: Leafy Branch
Ribbon: Offray
Bling: Michael's
TA Glimmer Mist - Iridescent Gold

Thanks for stopping by...
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Saturday, September 18, 2010

Trick or Treat!

Here is my Throwback Thursday Challenge #93 card with http://www.mycreativetime.blogspot.com/. I love the fall weather and the warm colors that it brings. Her name is Emma and she is quite a sweetie. This is her favorite time of the year. Always asking all of us to dust off the old cartridges we have on our shelves. Makes you appreciate them once you look at them again.

Paper: Recollection, DCWV, Colorbook
Cartridge: A Child's Year
Glitter: Glue: Joann's
Ribbon: Michael's

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Friday, September 17, 2010

PKS - Color Combo Challenge #36

Hello and thanks for stopping by -  Here is my layout for the Peachy Keen Color Combo Challenge #36.  I've also made this for Jessica's daugher over at KinderStampO celebrating her 16th birthday.  I hope she likes it.  Rock On!

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Paper - Recollection
Cricut Cartridge - Rock Princess
Clear Stamp - PKS-660 Laughy Taffy Faces
Cuttlebug Embossing Folder -Diamon Plate
Glittler Glue - Stickles & Joann's
Glossy Accent -  Inkssentials
Ribbon - Michaels
Punch - MS

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Kids Just Want to Have Fun Blog Hop Winner!

Hi everyone:

Phew! It's been a blast this past weekend.  I read and THANK each and everyone who left a comment and joined my blog.  It is YOU that inspires me to do what I do.

Special thanks to Jess from KinderStampO who set this up. She is the BEST!!!! Woo Hoo!!!   I appreciate all the ladies in this circle. All of them are talented and uplifting in so many ways.

My little ones helped put all the comments in a box and pulled the winner's name.........................

Without further a due....

Beckie W- beckie123@yahoo.com  said...

what a great project. Thanks for sharing! you did an aweseome job



Please email your address to thatzuneek@gmail.com, so your prize can be mailed to you asap!!

See at the next blog hop!

Jess B.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Kids Just Want to Have Fun!!!

Hello everyone and welcome! If you have hopped from Debbie's blogs then you are in the right place.


Empty 1 liter soda bottle (remove lable)
Xacto knife (adult supervision)
Sharpie Marker

Cricut Machine
Cartridges - Basic Camp, George Basic; and Plantin School Book

Cardstock: solid and patterned
Black Gel Pen
Tombo Aqua Glue


Embossing Folder - Number Collage
MS: Paper Punch - abc123

ATG Adhesive Tape

Green Ribbon
Cello Bag
Green filler

 Draw a semi-square cut on to you bottle then cut with your box cutter (adult supervision)

Pace all of your survial items in the cello bag and tie with

Green Ribbon

Cut your cardstock:
5"x1"1 Black 
4"x12" Patterned Paper
Draw your stittching with the Black Gel Pen
Use your Tombo Aqua Glue and ATG to adhere all your pieces together

wrap your bottle with cardstock

Type the survival kit list (below)
Page layout - Landscape
Cut your tags 4"x5"
Emboss your solid cardstock
Paper Punch your pattern paper to make side boarder

Adhere everything together


Toothpick - Pick out the good qualities in everyone, including yourself.

Band-aid - To heal hurt feelings.
Extra Gum - For all the extra things you do. Stick with it and you can accomplish anything.
Crayon - To color your day.
Cotton Ball - To cushion the bumpy roads ahead.
Eraser - To remind you always start each day with a clean slate.
Happy Face - Smiling is contagious.
Candle - Remember to share the light with others.
Rock - To remind you of the stability of your teaching skills.
Rubber Band - So you can be flexible when dealing with students.
Marble - To replace the ones you might lose from time to time.
Paper Clip - To help you hold it together when everything seems to fall apart.
Wiggly Eyes - For when you wish you REALLY did have eyes in the back of your head.
Penny - To remind you that you are a priceless part of our school.
Star - To remind you to shine and always try your best.
Button - To remind you that some things are best left unsaid.

Thanks for hopping along with our Kids Just Want to Have Fun Blog Hop! I hope that you enjoyed my creations and got your creative juices going!

Yes, I have blog candy to give away. Just leave a comment below.

I hope join my blog for new inspirations and a journey into the crafting world!
Thank you to KinderStampO for putting on this blog hop.

~Click on the picture below to go to your next blog~

Kids just want to have fun

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Kids Just Want to Have Fun Blog Hop

Kids just want to have fun

Saturday, September 11th - 12:00am
Monday, September 13th - 12:00am

It's all about the KIDS! Many fun projects offered by 15 wonderful bloggers and fabulous blog candies.  So turn off your TV's and Video Games and come join the hop this weekend with us. 
It all starts with our fantastic hostess, Jess at http://www.kinderstampo.com/

Jess Baker