Peachy Keen Stamps
Peachy Keen Stamps feature the incredible art of Kathy
Jackopovich, the artist and president of this family company.
Although all of Kathy's images are darling, her unique face
stamps have the industry buzzing. As personal die cut
machines explode in popularity, her variety of faces make their
way onto art desks as the perfect complement to paper piecing.
These adorable faces add the perfect touch to anything
from dolls to marshmallows leaping out of a cup of
hot cocoa. Not sure what size face to order for your
projects? No worries. The Peachy Keen Stamps
website offers a size chart or
you can call for exceptional customer service.
The Sip by Dora Phillips
Supplies: Paper: Teresa Collins, BasicGrey,
Crate Paper, Alphabet: American Crafts, BasicGrey, Font:
Traveling Typewriter, Ink: ColorBox
(Clearsnap), Markers: Copic, Other: thread. Tools: Stamps: Peachy Keen
Stamps, Sewing Machine: Brother, Corner Rounder: Marvy Uchida.
Design Note: Every day I drive past a
grocery store billboard with for long narrow pictures and love
the look. I used if for my inspiration for this page.
Journaling: Hot chocolate marks the
start of a long Chicago winter with a smile! Allie loves
her marshmallows little and her mug big. I love the look
on her face when she sips her perfect hot treat.
Wasn't Me by Pamela Young
Crate Paper, Die Cuts: Crate Paper, Stickers: Pink Paislee, Glitter: Scribbles, Ink:
Stampin' Up!. Embossing Powder: Stampin' Up!, Adhesive: Helmar. Tools: Stamps: Peachy
I used a artisan sticker from Pink Paislee and some
glitter to create my title, making it look kinda like the decorations on the
Can you guess who decorated the cookies?
Snowbirds by Lindsey Krauss
Supplies: Paper: My Mind's Eye, Alphabet: EK Success, Flowers: Bazzill Basics
Paper, Brads: Recollections (Michaels), Ink: Ranger Industries, Staz-On
Tools: Stamps: Peachy Keen Stamps, Edge Scraper: Making Memories.
Ever have too many "x"s? I layered 4 "x"s, two small and too big,
to make the snowflake effect in the middle of the flower. I also rotated an "i"
for an exclamation point.
December 09. Winter is for the birds!