Friday, November 29, 2013

Peachy Keen Stamps Celebrate Christmas Blog Hop

Hello Crafty Friends and Peachy Lovers! 
Welcome to the first stop on the Celebrate Christmas Blog Hop 

Peachy Keen will be giving away an AMAZING Prize, to enter be sure to leave a comment on each blog post! There will be 1 winner chosen to receive the Christmas bundle over $150 value!

Now onto my project, I am super excited to share!!
 I have had this idea in my head for a few weeks!
to create this cutie you will need the following supplies:

Muslin
Peachy Keen PKK-19 Snow face with Happy Lashes
Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Spiced Marmalade & Worn Lipstick
Fabric or Ribbon
( homespun,Lovebug Creations Rumple Ribbon (Olive You) and May Arts Denim Ribbon)
Small jingle Bells
Glue Gun
Twine

Cut 2 circles out of muslin, stamp face on on side. Color in nose with Spice Marmalade (to do this with inks I pat some on clear block and add some water with a water pen, and just color) next add Worn Lipstick distress ink to cheeks. 
Next you take the 2 pieces of muslin and start gluing together, leaving a small opening to add Fiber Fill, add as much as you want to get thickness you desire. Finish gluing. Add the "scarf" and Bell. Last step is to add twine hanger! 





One more thing! PKS also has an awesome sale you won't want to miss! 


Thanks for hopping by, I hope I have inspired you!Your next stop is the super creative

Here is the hop order for todays hop! :)

Kristi Bennett (you are here!)

81 comments:

  1. These guys are just totally darling!
    kidshomelove at yahoo.com

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  2. What an awesome project!!! thanks for sharing!

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  3. Absolutely adorable!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    Mrodriguez860@hotmail.com
    ♥ Crafting With Creative M ♥

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  4. So cute and creative! Will like to try this with the kids. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Very inspiring. Never thought of this idea.

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  6. LOVE IT.Thanks for sharing.
    evieolendorf@hotmail.com

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  7. What a gorgeous project...love it!
    ♥♥♥ Margreet

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  8. Adorable snowmen. Thanks for sharing the idea.

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  9. LOVE your snowmen! Great project idea to do with kids. :-) TFS

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  10. Those are so adorable. May need to borrow your idea :)

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  11. What a wonderful project; perfect showcase of PK stamps! Inspiration, plus!!
    c

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  12. What a wonderful idea!!! I love it.

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  13. These are so cute and just make you feel happy!

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  14. I love these snow people! Very cute and inspiring! Thank you!

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  15. This is a great project. Those PKS faces are so cute.

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  16. Great idea! I give hand made ornaments every year and I may just add these to my line up!

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  17. I will be getting supplies together to give this a try!

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  18. I love these ornaments, they are adorable!!

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  19. Those are the sweetest little ornaments! Great job! :)

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  20. THOSE ARE ADORABLE, I LOVED THE WAY YOU COLORED THEM

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  21. Super idea, I love homemade things. Will definitely have to try this.

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  22. What a fun idea for Christmas décor. You did a great job with the faces.

    marg0006 at verizon dot net

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  23. OMG! How cute.

    Sue
    rolfe974@prodigy.net

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  24. Adorable project!
    Deb C
    dsc105@live.com

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  25. new follower to your blog,your snowmen ornaments are adorable!!!

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  26. How super adorable is this! What a fun idea and it looks AWESOME on the tree!
    Thanks for sharing!!
    Jessica
    chick-n-scrap.blogspot.com

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  27. SUPER CUTE little Christmas ornaments, LOVE them!!!Hope you are having a GREAT Thanksgiving with your family!!! :)

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  28. These snowmen ornaments are just too cute. I will be making some of these this weekend.

    TFS
    Sue

    shannegan 16 @ att . net

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  29. Love these ornaments Kristy! I love the vintage/ rustic look of stamped muslin!
    Thanks for sharing.
    Have a wonderful weekend!
    Liz O
    unikebyyes {at} yahoo {com}

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  30. Adorable ornaments. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  31. Great idea stamping on fabric. Super cute!

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  32. Can't wait to stamp my family in snowmenThanks for the great idea Thanks for sharing
    Karen sk
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  33. These are so cute; what a great idea.

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  34. These are just too cute, great project... Thanks for such cute inspiration
    Evascrapslife@gmail.com

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  35. Adorable project.

    Tina
    aurathentic@gmail.com

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  36. These are absolutely adorable, I want ❤️
    Jeffbrianna@me.com

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  37. So Cute!! These would make really cute gift decorations too! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  38. what a cute idea - love your ornaments

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  39. Absolutely ADORABLE!! Such fun and very creative ornaments... LOVE them!! :)
    Happy Holidays to you and your family.
    Lori

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  40. Adorable project! Love snowmen!!

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  41. I love snowmen. What a great project.

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  42. These are AMAZING Kristi! LOVE the stitched snowmen and those adorable faces!

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  43. Those are adorable! This is the first time I've seen anybody stamp faces on fabric. I probably never would have thought of it.

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  44. So cute--love the faces and thanks for tips on how to color.

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  45. These are so adorable! That was a great idea to stamp on the muslin!

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  46. How can you not love snowmen?!! This is a great idea and I know my granddaughter will have so much fun helping me put them together next weekend. Thanks so much for sharing

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  47. Super cute ornaments, this was such a clever idea! Amazing job!
    Samantha

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  48. So cute and they look like they will endure all the creatures in ones house. Be it two hands or four paws

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  49. Kristi this is a brillliant idea!! Love it!!

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  50. Such cute snowmen ornaments.
    isoscia at aol dot com

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  51. Wow! These muslin snowmen came out fantastic! I can just imagine them filled with a scented Christmas potpourri to finish it off! Adorable!!!

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  52. Super cute! This is such a great idea! TFS!

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  53. what a terrific idea! I can't wait to get to the fabric store and make these ornaments. so darn cute!

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  54. These are super cute!! :)

    Ashley
    http://especiallymade.blogspot.com

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  55. OH my Gosh your ornaments are so so cute!!!!

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  56. Such adorable ornaments. And so very creative. :)

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  57. Wow, these are absolutely adorable!!
    Kathy
    Salido99@msn.com
    http://3spoileddogs.blogspot.com/

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  58. EKKKK! I love this! what a great idea! I am doing an ornament exchange with a couple of my friends and this would be perfect for it :) thanks for the inspiration

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  59. What an awesome idea! So cute!

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  60. Such a cute idea for homemade ornaments!! It looks like something that would be hanging on our tree! Too cute!

    Jennifer.rose112@gmail.com

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  61. What a neat idea!! Can't wait to try it out!

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  62. Kristi, these are SO amazing! I would have never though of something this clever!! You rocked this hop!!!!

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